You’ve had months of summer fun at your cottage and you’ve been hoping the warm weather would stay just a little bit longer so you could get a few more weekends of bliss. Unfortunately September’s cooler air is already among us and you know what that means – ‘close shop’ for the winter.
It’s hard to lock up and bid farewell to all the good times but that’s what makes them so special. And before you know it, you’ll be back doing what you love best – hanging out at the cottage.
For now, the dropping temperatures serve as a reminder that your cottage will soon need to be put into hibernation. You’re probably used to the routine by now, but we thought we’d provide you with a handy cottage checklist to make sure that you’re not forgetting the essentials. Not only is this a good step to take, but it will also give you peace of mind knowing that your vacation home is protected while you’re away.