Is It Time To Winterize Your Property?

Time to Winterize Your Vacant Home

It’s that time of the year again! The record-breaking heat of the North Texas summer has given way to cooler fall temperatures. We’re all breathing a sigh of relief and enjoying the change of seasons.

The cooler fall temperatures will fade into winter. It’s not unusual for North Texas to experience freezing temperatures.  While this might simply be an inconvenience to many of us, it can be a disaster if you have a vacant home.

If your vacant home is not heated, you really need to consider having the property winterized. The winterization process is relativity inexpensive (a couple of hundred dollars) and can save you thousands in damage and repairs that result from freezing pipes.

One local resource in the greater Dallas area is Kissee Inspections. Mark has winterized a number of vacant homes for us over the years and does quality work at reasonable prices. Mark is offering a Winterization Special. Click on the ad below for larger version.

Kissee Winterization Special

Don’t wait until we have that inevitable cold snap as the few contractors who do this kind of work will be swamped.

Photo – Copyright 2011 Tom Branch

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Have you ever just met someone, but felt you like you'd known him for years? That's what most people experience with Tom. He has a knack for making folks feel right at home. After 21 years in the Air Force, loyalty and honesty are the foundation of everything Tom does. In addition to being a Texas Real Estate Broker, Tom is a Certified Distressed Property Expert (CDPE) and a Short Sales & Foreclosure Resource (SFR).

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