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Only your home's decorations should be scary this Halloween 

It getting colder - here's how you can protect your home from wind, water and pests this fall


Last updated 10/18/2018 at 6:42pm

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The roof is a home's biggest protector from the weather, and often the single biggest ticket item for repairs, so it's advisable to have it checked for cracks and other damage by experts before bad weather sets in.

With Halloween around the corner, homeowners around the country are beginning to decorate with the scariest sights of the year. From ghosts and skeletons to creepy crawlers and spider web decorations, these frightful sights can make this season more fun. But now is also the time to make sure that only scary sights around your home are your decorations.

Fall and winter can bring a mixture of humidity, rain, ice, snow and high winds that will find many Americans unprepared for the havoc it can wreak on their homes.

As temperatures turn cooler, homeowners should be mindful of some scary sign...

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