Autumn can be the most beautiful time of year for many, and the transition from summer to winter is often an enjoyable stretch for homeowners to prepare their yards for those post-winter glory days.
There are plenty of autumn jobs that score huge dividends for the coming months—tasks that go beyond closing down gardens. We’ve gathered some of the most important points to address, whether you’re doing it yourself or hiring pro contractors or landscapers.
1. Check eavestroughs, gutters, and downspouts
It doesn’t matter how little or how much snow you get where you live, all precipitation turns to water at some point, and that water can be a threat to your home if not addressed and routed away from problem spots. Your roof is your biggest…
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