In the past when we thought about “staying in” or taking a day to just do nothing and relax at home, it had a different connotation than it does now. After more than a month of much of the nation being on strict lockdown to help flatten the curve of Coronavirus infections, many have started to realize that there are things they wish they had to make staying home a bit more comfortable.

While it certainly is important to practice social distancing in the era of COVID-19, that doesn’t mean you can’t add features to your home that make time spent there a little more enjoyable and protected.

Here are some ideas on how to maintain comfort while in quarantine.

Maintain Appliances and Gadgets

Nothing worse than being in the middle of a cleaning spree only to have your washer or dryer break or worse, the TV or Internet go out. It’s very important to keep your devices and electronics in the house well-maintained so they are always working and don’t break down suddenly. Take time to clean and service them as needed and update any Internet-connected devices for patches and security updates needed.

Climate Control

A big part of comfort in our homes is the temperature it maintains. Nothing’s worse than fluctuating indoor temperatures or rooms that are too hot or cold. Spring for a programmable or smart thermostat and identify any drafts or broken seals that could be lowering efficiency in the home. It’s also a good idea to have your HVAC system services and cleaned for optimal efficiency and safety.

Get a Generator

Catastrophes and unexpected conditions can happen at any time. If you want peace of mind that your comfort levels and that of your family go uninterrupted then installing a backup power generator is a smart move. Not  just to keep us connected to entertainment, but also for those critical applications that require power – hot water, central air etc. you want to know you have a system in place that will kick on during an

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