Sure, you know you’ll have to do a little cleaning come spring. Easy stuff, like dusting, sweeping, knocking down cobwebs, and firing up the fridge, right? Ideally, that’s all you’d have to do. But the reality can be much different – especially if your cabin has been left alone all winter. Here are some issues that can befall a Minnesota cabin if it sits unoccupied for the winter months.
Minnesotans love heading up north for some time at the cabin. But once Old Man Winter blows the leaves from the trees and ushers in cold weather, we tend to hunker down in our homes. Meanwhile, our cabins sit, lakeside, waiting for us to show up again in the spring. But the elements continue to take a toll on your cabin even when you’re not there.