Being a homeowner comes with all the ups and downs you can imagine.
From the keys being placed in your hands for the first time high to the first winter pipes freeze and burst -- lo there is no lack of excitement in either situation.
While being a homeowner comes with many responsibilities that can be stressful and hard on our soul there are also many things out there today that can make these responsibilities seem less daunting.
With the holiday season beginning tomorrow with Thanksgiving, it seems only fitting to list four things that homeowners can be thankful for.
4 of Things Homeowners Can Be Thankful For
From technological advances to staying warm and cozy, here are just a few of the things homeowners can be thankful for.
A video doorbell can give you peace of mind for your family’s safety, as well as making sure no porch pirates make off with gifts that are delivered.
Here’s how it works.
Once installed, a video doorbell can be programmed through your mobile device. You will be notified when someone is at your door or if motion is detected.
Depending on the specific brand you choose, you can even have a pre-recorded message or video that will help deter any would-be burglars. A video doorbell also provides a clear statement to a burglar and can discourage them to attempt breaking into your home.
Many energy providers also grant rebates for their customers who upgrade their insulation and thermostats.
Being Thankful for Not Just a House, But a Home
Lastly, grab the tissues while we get sappy here.
Being a homeowner does not just mean you have a house. It means that you have something to call your own. It means you have a safe place to wake up to every morning and come home to every night. It could be the place that you build your life with the ones you love to make your home.
We hope this list can help you this holiday season.
Maybe it gave you ideas for what your home needs. Maybe it sparked the perfect gift idea for a loved one, just saying I'd love a video doorbell. Whatever the case we all wish you a wonderful Thanksgiving Day with your loved ones.
Ashley has office management experience working with customers from her previous work in childcare and the medical field and also has completed the Dale Carnegie course where she was invited back to be a coach for other students.
From answering phones and calling leads to prepare invoices for installs, Ashley also processes energy rebates for homeowners and makes follow-up calls on leads, estimates, and installs.
When Ashley isn’t being a Jack-of-all-trades, she is spending time with her daughter, husband, and family.