The whole point of investing in a cabin is to be able to take a break from the stresses of real life. Whether your focus is on snagging the next big catch, finding new vistas to hike or enjoying quality time with good friends, the last thing you want to worry about is having your cabin serviced. With DuAll Cabin Services, those days of worry are over.
One of the many advantages of having a cabin is that you can get away from it all with little to no notice. If you rent your cabin out, then you likely count on the extra income that comes as a result. While you probably have cabin services lined up to provide maintenance on a regular basis, there are some events that come up unexpectedly that you might need them as well.
It's too early to think about scheduling your cabin services right now. At least, that’s the conventional wisdom. In reality, though, now is the perfect time to pick up the phone and schedule your cabin service needs. Whether you rent out your cabin to summer vacationers, your family likes to get away to your cabin for a few weeks during the warmer months or you rent it out for winter getaways, the chances are good that it can benefit from some professional cabin services.
Owning a cabin is a luxury many people don’t get to experience. It’s a luxury in which homeowners can enjoy year around. Unfortunately, many cabin owners don’t get the chance to spend much time at their cabins due to the demands of their everyday life. As such, they reserve their cabin for getaways and vacation.
Many cabin owners don’t really put much consideration into winterizing their cabins when they leave. They simply make sure everything is off and switch off the power. Unfortunately, if you a cabin owner who doesn’t take the time to winterize your home, then you are missing an opportunity to save money.
To begin the process of winterizing your cabin, following these simple steps and cover all your bases at once.
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.
You read that title correctly: DuAll is working on rolling out a full suite of cabin services. As you know, we have a long history of restoring, rebuilding, and maintaining all kinds of properties throughout Minnesota. Frequently, when we’ve been working in northern Minnesota’s Lake Country, local cabin owners ask us if we work on cabins. Too often, they say, they call to get some work done, only to get the runaround. Sometimes they hired workers who never even showed up!