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Even though winter in the Los Angeles area doesn’t mean ice or snow, it is still a good idea to do seasonal maintenance to keep your home in tip top shape.

Winter is California’s rainy season. Gutters on your home can get clogged with leaves leading to poor drainage. Clear gutters so that they can do their job and guide water away from your house. 

A leaky roof can cause serious damage to your walls and ceilings. Check roof, eaves and interior ceilings to make sure they are in good repair. Replace any shingles, tiles or other roofing materials that show signs of wear.

Inspect trees on your property for dead limbs. These can blow down in storms, leading to costly damage to your home or car.

Is your home adequately insured? Medwin Insurance Agency has homeowners insurance policies to suit ever situation. Contact one of our agents today.

 
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