No one wants to find their Wichita homes for sale has been invaded by pests. They're an inconvenience, can cause damage to your property, and sometimes are even a health hazard. It's definitely one of those things every homeowner wants to prevent. Use these five tips to make sure pests aren't making your home their home too.
Seal off entry points
Autumn often sees increased pest activity in the form of smaller animals looking for warmth and places to nest. Take a look at your home from roof to foundation and seal off any gaps, crevices, or other entry points with caulk or expanding foam. Rodents only need an opening the size of a dime to make their way in, so adding door sweeps and making sure weather stripping and door and window seals are intact can help keep them out. Other larger pests like squirrels, raccoons, birds, and bats can enter via garage doors, gaps in siding, exhaust fan and dryer vents, torn screens, and chimney openings. Make repairs and cover vent and chimney openings with screens. Check attics, basements, and garages from the inside too for potential entry points.
Cool, creamy, and decadent — nothing beats a well-made milkshake. September is Shake Month, and if you're a milkshake lover, you should head on over to Wichita. And while you're in town, check out these Wichita homes for sale and experience the best of Kansas culture and architecture. You might find your dream home in this serene yet exciting city.
Recent surges in property prices make it very tempting for homebuyers to jump at what appears to be a great deal. But is it really? How can potential buyers know whether they are jumping headlong into a money pit or making a great investment? There are some lovely older homes among Wichita homes for sale that may require careful inspection. Our real estate agents have some suggestions to help you decide.
Few things smell more delightful than freshly baked bread. Sourdough bread is a favorite of our real estate agents, and we were surprised to learn that sourdough recipes date all the way back to back to 1500 BC when it was created and enjoyed by the Egyptians.
With Sourdough September upon us, there couldn't be a better opportunity to visit your favorite Wichita bakery and indulge in this delicious treat. Below are some of our favorite local places where you can go for sourdough bread.