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You’re ready for Summer Vacation. Is your Home?

Confirm reservations.
Stop paper and mail.
Pack suitcase.
Prep HOUSE!
Before you walk out the door for that much-deserved break, take a few minutes to give your home a break, too. With this quick checklist, you’ll not only maximize your home’s energy efficiency and minimize your utility bills, but you’ll lessen the chance of any unwelcome surprises when you return.
Of course, now is the time to make sure all your home's systems are in tip-top shape. Contact us! We’ll come out and perform a thorough inspection to increase your home’s efficiency, safeguard against potential problems … and give you peace of mind!

Here's A Checklist for Your Home


Check off this quick list before you leave … and save energy, money, and hassle when you return!

  • Turn your thermostat up to 80 degrees. After all, you don’t need it to keep you comfortable when you’re not there, but neither do you want to turn it completely off and risk excessive heat damaging household furniture, valuables, plants, and food items. Plus, the hum of the AC unit will give the illusion that you’re home and deter home invasions!
  • Turn your water heater to the lowest setting (or to the vacation setting). Shut off your home’s main water valve. If that’s not possible, at least turn off the supplies to the washing machine hoses. Murphy’s Law says that if you’re going to have a damaging leak, it’s going to happen while you’re away!
  • Replace air filters before you leave for an extended vacation. A dirty filter can lead to additional strain on your air conditioning system.
  • For additional energy savings, unplug small appliances and electronics around your home.
  • Finally, don’t forget to share your plumbing and HVAC service contractor’s contact information with your house sitter or pet sitter in case of an emergency!