According to the Farmers Almanac, the best time to make home repairs are August 21 to October 19. Avoid further foundation damages, by calling an expert.

 

According to the Farmers' Almanac, the Best Days for Home Repair are upon us. The 2009 Farmers Almanac reports that the timeframe to perform home repairs are August 21 to October 19. Do not hesitate, schedule your foundation repair and other home improvement projects to take advantage of the weather and other general conditions. Whether it be heaving, a settling basement, bowed walls or a water problem foundation problems will not go away until you focus your attention upon them.

 

Once you have had your foundation underpinned, the Farmers Almanac says that the best days to go fishing are September 3rd thru the 6th. You will not want to miss these days of relaxing and spending time with a friend fishing and enjoying this great time of year.

 

Other “best days” of note are listed below:

 

            Aug. 23rd – Cut firewood, mow to increase growth, dig holes, go hunting, wax floors

 

            Aug. 24th – Bake, cut firewood, mow to increase growth, dig holes, go hunting, wax floors, get married, buy clothes, entertain friends, host a party

 

            Aug. 29th – Cut firewood, mow to increase growth, castrate farm animals, dig holes, wean, potty train, wash windows, advertise to sell, travel for pleasure

 

                        Sept. 4th – Cut hair to retard growth, mow to retard growth, castrate farm animals, dig post holes, wean, quit smoking, potty train, wash wooden floors, paint, start a diet to lose weight, kill wild onions and weeds, host a party

 

            Sept. 8th – Dry fruits and vegetables, cut hair to retard growth, mow to retard growth, pick apples and pears, quit smoking, perform demolition, wash wooden floors, start diet to lose weight

 

            Sept. 14th – Can fruits and vegetables, harvest, get married

 

Now that your next few weeks are planned for you visit www.perfectpier.com for the newest engineered solution for foundation repairs.