Clean intake vent screens
With a forced-air heating system (furnace and ducting), fresh air is brought into the home from an intake vent located near the ground at one side of the home. Ensure this vent is clear from debris.
Inspect condensate line of air conditioner
Dirt, dust and the occasional ice crystal can plug your homes condensate line — inspect and clean the drain on a regular basis.
Check and test carbon monoxide and smoke detector batteries
Make sure you read the owner’s manual for both your CO and smoke detectors. Experts recommend having both battery-powered and wired-in models for an added level of protection.
Clean range hood filters
Kitchen range hoods are an important part of your home’s ventilation system to remove odours and improve air quality. Clean and replace filters in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations.
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I do see I need some repair on my windows ie caulking but not sure how to do that . Do I need to remove all the current caulking in the problem area? A video would be helpful you have one .
Hi Pat, thanks for your comment. You should remove all the old caulking material and make sure the area is clean before applying the new caulking. New over old will not bind or seal properly and will fail to provide a good weather-tight seal.