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5 THINGS EVERY LANDLORD SHOULD DO NOW TO PREPARE PROPERTIES FOR WINTER

Posted by Property In Turkey on 18 January 2016
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Before the cold weather comes to the town, it is a must for the landlord or the property owner who bought a property in Turkey to take care of some important things so as to prepare the property for the winter season. With the necessary precautions, your property in Turkey can overcome the harsh conditions of the winter quite easily. Here are some tips to carry out the preparation process.

1) No gaps! The gaps that are around doors, windows and similar areas can be the future main reason for your property to have heat loss. In addition to this, bugs or even mice can easily come to your house via these gaps. It is better to fill in these gaps that are around the exterior of the property in case of these possibilities so that your house can be dry and warm and you can prevent the heat from getting outside.

2) Clean the gutters. Before the winter comes, cleaning these gutters is highly necessary since it can block the water (water from rain or even melting snow) drain from the roof leading to some damages with high expenses. The gutters should be checked out if they have any leaves or similar things that have potential to block the road.

3) Check your property’s roof. Just bought a new property, a beautiful villa in Turkey? Now it is time to check the roof. We assure you that you wouldn’t want to deal with a damaged roof during winter; it must be such a good condition that it can be perfectly resistant to the harsh conditions of the upcoming season.

4) If you are the owner a villa having a stunning cosy garden, now it is time to prune and trim everything in it; trees, shrubs and more. Even a strong wind can cause the tree fall down all of a sudden; the harsh season will not show mercy to the garden and it may damage them and even the property unfortunately.

5) What about the pipes? There is always a risk of pipes freezing and bursting. What to do then? Try to keep the central heating on low when the property is not rented yet or when you are not at the house. This can certainly prevent this potential damage.

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