Summer doesn't last forever, and we are getting to the point where people need to figure out the best ways to protect their summer homes during the winter.
SAN DIEGO, CA (PRWEB) August 01, 2013
PropertyHistory.us.org is about to release a comprehensive guide that will show their customers the best way to close their summer homes in September, the company said yesterday.
“Summer doesn't last forever, and we are getting to the point where people need to figure out the best ways to protect their summer homes during the winter,” a PropertyHistory.us.org spokesman said. “If you don't do so correctly, you can come back to a lot of problems next year.”
The guide is going to be emailed to existing PropertyHistory.us.org customers. The most important advice will also be included on their social media sites and blog, PropertyHistoryBlog.us.org, he said.
“There are all sorts of problems that can crop up if you don't winterize your home properly,” the PropertyHistory.us.org spokesman said. “You can come back to find it full of bats or an insect infestation. The roof could be damaged. Your pipes could have burst, or you could have broken windows. We want to help our customers avoid that.”
PropertyHistory.us.org contacted winterization experts to create the guide, which will be available at no extra charge, he said.
“It will take you a few hours of extra work after Labor Day, but it will be worth it,” he said. “Not closing your home for the winter properly can cost you thousands of dollars in repair work next year.”
PropertyHistory.us.org allows consumers to look up the value of any home on or off the market. View property records like foreclosures, flood damage, previous owners, current market value and more. Get more information about a current residence or a property you are interested in purchasing with this large property database. Visit PropertyHistory.us.org to chat with a live representative, call 1-866-605-0311, or email Manager(at)PropertyHistory(dot)us(dot)org with any questions or concerns.