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Get your home ready for winter


As the days begin to get shorter and colder, it is a good idea to start thinking about what you might need to do to protect your home in the winter months.


You don’t have to be an expert in DIY to prepare your home for the winter there are a number of easy steps you can take to make sure your home is as ready as possible.


Clear the gutters and drains


Clearing the gutters and drains is probably the last thing on your to-do list, but it’s an essential task. Debris such as leaves and mud can block the drains and once it becomes too much, it can cause


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leaks into the roof and walls. Making sure the gutters are clear from any possible build-up will minimise the risk of water damage.


Have your boiler checked Having no central heating over the winter period is the last thing you want to be dealing with. So be sure to get your boiler serviced before the cold weather really kicks in. Always use a Gas Safe registered engineer when you book in your service


Sweep the chimney If you have a chimney, it’s important to maintain it. Many of us underestimate the severity of chimney fires and therefore forget about cleaning out the chimney. But chimney fires can occur fairly frequently during the winter months, so think about employing


a professional to clean and take care of your chimney.


Get insulation Typically, you can save at least £145 per year on your energy bills by having insulation installed, according to the Energy Saving Trust.


Around a quarter of heat in your house is lost through the roof, so insulating the loft is a good place to begin. Cavity wall insulation is also worth considering.


Protect your pipes The best way to keep on top of pipes during the winter is to protect them with a foam layer which will help to prevent them freezing and bursting.


Make sure you’re on the best energy deal


It always pays to check whether you’re on the cheapest energy tariff – you could save more than you think.


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Be sure to also remove any vegetation that surrounds the pipes as this can also cause damage.


So check that your home insurance policy offers adequate protection and that you would be covered in the event of fire, flood, subsidence and theft. You may also need to look into accidental damage or storm damage as most home cover policies won’t include this as standard, so you may need to add it on.


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