Three Steps to Get Your Home Ready for the Summer

As the weather starts to heat up, you may be starting to think about the upcoming summer season. If that’s true, you may be asking yourself, “Is my home ready for the summer?” Smart homeowners know that it’s important to prepare your home for any kind of inclement or tough weather, and the summer season is full of that. From summer rainstorms to sunny days where the temperature soars into three digits, there are many things that happen during the summer that can damage your house. Luckily, you can act now to get your home ready for the summer and keep it in good shape all year round.

The first thing that you should do to get your home ready for the summer is to make sure that your roof is in good condition. Your roof, after all, is your first line of defense against everything that nature brings. Look for signs of roof damage, such as lose shingles or small leaks, and call a local pro to get your roof fixed quickly if you see any problems. For example, if you need roofing St Louis, look for an established company like Angle Roofing to get the job done right. Don’t take chances when it comes to keeping your house free of water damage.

Next, make sure that you have cleaned up from the winter and spring seasons. Look for any damaged trees or branches that could fall down in the event of a summer storm. If you are planning to spend time outside this summer, clean all of your outdoor furniture well. Look for any signs of pests that may have taken up residence in your home over the past couple of seasons and remove them if necessary.

Finally, check your air conditioning and make sure that it’s working well. You don’t want to have to call a repairman when it’s already hot outside. Instead, avoid the hassle by changing your filters now and by making sure everything is in good working condition. Then, relax and enjoy your summer.

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Happiness # 6 : On Traveling

I will be traveling together with my friends in summer, it is not only a vacation but we will be attending of my daughter’s swimming competition in PSL. I missed traveling and I really wish I could travel outside the country, Singapore perhaps? Or Hongkong, I wish to set foot in Disneyland. How I wish to wish my dreams will come true.

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First Party At School

The teacher told my sister the other day that since on Friday would be their last day of their summer class; they will be having small party at school. It’s my Faith first party at school, and you bet I am so excited with this event for Faith. So since there is no assigned food for us, that means we can bring any foods, so I contacted my friend to bake a moist cake for me and we will get it tomorrow morning. My niece Moreen will be the one to accompany Mj at the pool until they arrive home, since after school, I’ll be having my driving lessons again.

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First Day For Her Summer Class

I woke F so early this morning since she has to attend her class for the first time this summer, I was so nervous, thinking she might won’t listen to her teacher and she will just roam around the classroom yet I was so excited that finally my little tea pot would be attending a regular class this summer.
She was still so sleepy when I woke her up and she was almost closing her eyes when I fed her for breakfast but right after I bathe her, she started to become active. When we arrive at her classroom, I immediately introduced her to her teacher, the teacher guide her to her seat and was behave in a minute. I tried to make a peep every time I had the chance and I’ve seen her singing and listening at times.
I left her alone after a while, I went outside but I could still hear the kids inside the classroom then I heard my little tea pot talking or arguing to someone over something, she said “No, it’s mine give me that” I was smiling when I heard her voice, I am so proud of her for taking good care of herself while I was not around. And I am so proud of her for being so brave, she did not even asked for me nor she cried when the teacher took her hand and led her to her place.
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