Podcast: Winter Home Maintenance

Podcast: Winter Home Maintenance
Brick chimney

Brick chimney

When winter arrives and colder temperatures begin to set in, you may be tempted to hide under the blankets until spring arrives. However, just because there’s a chill in the air doesn’t mean that you can’t accomplish some tasks around your home, or even take some preventative measures that can make a world of difference and keep your home safe from costly repairs.

On this episode of the Chat with the Experts podcast, Duane Ward, president of David Hazen Group, offers up some helpful advice for dealing with ice dams, protecting your home’s masonry work, and keeping your siding in good repair. Listen in!

You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and Stitcher.

Additional Resources:

Angie’s List Guide to Winter Maintenance

Ice Dams and Removal

How to Maintain Your Hot Water Boiler in Winter

About this Experts Contributor: Duane Ward is president of David Hazen Group, providing home repair services in Indianapolis. Since 1992, David Hazen Group has been providing roofing, siding, gutter installation, wood repair, ice and snow removal, drain pipe installation and much, much more. You can follow David Hazen Group on Twitter.


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