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Just like that summer is over and September has appeared. But in the rush to ensure your children have a new school jumper and you’ve remembered to pack the garden furniture away for another year, we can often forget that September is a great time to think about starting new routines and getting your property and lifestyle into shape. Plus there’s always the chance of an Indian summer!
1. Cut some flowers from your garden - This last minute prune will bring the last of the sunshine into your home and might even prolong your plants flowering season just that little bit longer.
2. Check your boiler is in autumn shape – Whilst it might not be time to put the central heating back on, September is a great time to ensure that everything is working well. After all, if you do need to call a qualified engineer you don’t want to wait until everyone else is discovering they have boiler problems too.
3. Pack away holiday clothes – Whilst we haven’t quite seen the last of the sunshine you probably won’t need that bikini again this year (unless you have some winter sun booked – lucky you). Now’s the time to invest in some storage solutions, such as under bed boxes, to tidily store away those things you won’t need again until next year.
4. Think about remortgaging your property – Not sure when it’s time for you to look for a new mortgage? Why not book an appointment with your mortgage adviser and find out if you’re paying the best rate for you. Freeing up some extra cash is a great way to combat those winter blues.
5. Organise your photographs - Missing your holiday already? Relive those special moments by auditing your holiday photographs. Print and frame your masterpieces to bring your memories home. Photo books look great when displayed on your coffee table and are a great way to organise lots of photographs.
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