Following an intensely hot summer, homeowners might be facing unforeseen expenses as the effects of the extreme heat become evident. Diana Rodriguez-Zaba, founder of (a certified woman and minority-owned business) cautions Georgia homeowners about latent damages that might have occurred during the summer, such as blocked gutters, mold growth, and fading paint, which could now surface as we head into cooler weather.
“It’s easy to forget the toll that nature takes on our homes,” remarks Rodriguez-Zaba. “This summer’s extreme heat is a timely reminder to always be vigilant and proactive, ensuring our homes remain the sanctuaries they’re meant to be. Regular checks and maintenance are small prices to pay for long-term peace of mind.”