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Winterization season

Everyone ready for winterization season? I feel very under prepared.
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WTF are they starting Sept 1st in 3D for?? Crazy!
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hi

i heard hud rates went up this year,anyone else hear this?
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WTF are they starting Sept 1st in 3D for?? Crazy!



In 09 it was 1 sept thru 30 april.

Later it changed to 1 oct thru 31 mar.
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9/1 here. Expecting to be slammed come Tuesday. Short week nonetheless.
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Absolutely nuts. All my broker direct properties will not be winterized until early to mid October. Brokers leave it entirely up to my discretion. I like it that way..............
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Yeah high of 90 degrees here on the first day of winterization season. I think they just should just winterize year round IMHO.
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Yeah high of 90 degrees here on the first day of winterization season. I think they just should just winterize year round IMHO.
No thank you. To busy with grass and to damn hot in these houses to wint in the summer. By October i have slowed down enough where i have time to do wints.............
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Yeah, but doing it with initial secure/lawn just saves another trip to house. With wint season starting in September, now we have both lawns AND a rush of winterizations to do. Followed by a rush of plumbing repairs.

There are a few banks that do year-round winterizations. Somehow I always miss that detail the work order because it's only maybe one property per month, and end up having to go back to winterize.

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No thank you. To busy with grass and to damn hot in these houses to wint in the summer. By October i have slowed down enough where i have time to do wints.............
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Yep, we are getting wint orders now too, and the note that if we don't get them done in a timley manner and the pipes freeze, we may be held liable, lol.
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