Another hot and sunny summer season has come to an end. As the kids head back to school, and work shifts back to a standard routine, you will be spending less time at the cottage and are preparing to shut it down for the season.
When closing your cottage, there are many tasks to complete. One of the most important is to ensure the electrical safety of the building over the harsh winter months. Here are a few tips.
One final tip: Take photos around the outside of your cottage and each room before you leave. If there is any damage over the long winter months, you can show your insurance company the state of your cottage when you left it which can help with your claim.