Affton Heating Contractor: Getting in the Mood for Autumn

Around Affton, autumn is a much welcomed reprieve from the summer’s muggy temperatures. As summer ends on September 21st, a few tasks transition preparations for the autumn in Affton. Seven task’s around the home beckon

Clean the gutters.

A clogged gutter can wreak havoc on any Affton residential property, from roof damage to mold growth. Avert any unnecessary mishaps by clearing up your home’s gutters, using a tall ladder, garbage bag, hanger and safety equipment.

Make touch ups.

Caulk windows and doors where air leaks are countering heater. If the deck is looking worn, and you don’t plan to redesign it for next year, put a slab of wood protectant to whether the snowy and rainy seasons. If paint is peeling on your home’s exterior, add a layer of primer to stunt the chipping process over the winter months.

Attend to the greenery.

Fertilize trees and shrubbery in preparation of the winter. Remove any weed growth, clip perennials, and bushes.

Store away patio furniture.

To prevent corrosion, wear and tear, relocate patio furniture indoors to a dry environment. Modify timers.

If your home’s exterior lighting fixtures are on a timer, adjust the on time by an hour and a half to account for the shorter days.

Schedule other household repairs. From the furnace, water heater to water lines, be sure to schedule all tune ups before the winter season sets in. The Farmer’s Almanac and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) are predicting another extreme winter season in Affton A dependable heating system is needed to whether another polar vortex winter.

“Right now, we’re offering special discounts on preventative maintenance for the heating system. We have coupons and other special deals on heating service in Affton,” divulges a customer service representative of the Affton heating service provider.

Stop by Hoffmann Heating’s web site to learn more about heater maintenance in Affton (

Contact Hoffmann Brothers to schedule preventative maintenance (314) 664-3011.

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