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Is Your Puerto Vallarta Home Ready for Summer?

June 09, 2020

The average amount of rainfall in the greater Puerto Vallarta area between the beginning of June and the end of September is about 47 inches, or 119 centimeters. Get your home ready for the annual deluge!
Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, Mexico - Spring 2020 has come with some challenges, but in Puerto Vallarta, the weather is not one of them!

This year, April and May, generally the months when the weather starts getting warmer and the humidity index starts to rise as we move into the summer season, have felt notably cooler than in past years. The lovely temperatures and spring breezes have made staying home and enjoying time on our own terraces and patios much more enjoyable.

But our rainy season is just around the corner, usually running from about July to October. Our rainstorms are generally short and roll in during the evening or early morning but are impressive with the amount of water they bring and the brilliant shows of lightening that light up Banderas Bay.

While we are still staying at home as much as possible to help keep good health in our community, it is a perfect time to take on a few DIY projects to keep your home healthy during the rainy season.

Seal the metalwork in your home with a protective coating. The metal bars on your doors and windows can leave rust stains on the exterior of your home during the rainy season if they are not protected. Now is a great time to go over them with fresh paint (if needed) and a coat of sealant to keep oxidization at bay.

Clean the exterior drains on your terrace, patio, or parking area. The drains around your home are essential to ensure you do not have any issue with flooding during the rainy season, so check yours to verify that they are free of trash, leaves or other debris.

Climb up and clean the ceiling fan blades. This task is often overlooked during everyone's normal cleaning routines and the blades will not only pick up a lot of dust which can cause homeowners to suffer from sneezing or congestion, but the weight of the dust also lessens the efficiency of the ceiling fans.

Change the window wipers on your vehicle. While not a home maintenance project, per se, you will be happy to have proactively changed your window wipers rather than discover, while driving during a rainstorm, that they need to be replaced.

For many, the rainy season, with its amazing lightening displays over Banderas Bay and the rains making our Sierra Madre jungle lush and green, is their favorite time to be in Puerto Vallarta. And now, while we still have a little extra time on our hands, is an ideal time to put in some easy upkeep to help protect your real estate investment.

Click HERE for more Puerto Vallarta real estate and lifestyle tips from Tropicasa Realty.

Since 1997, Wayne Franklin and his team at Tropicasa Realty have been a trusted name in Puerto Vallarta real estate. Tropicasa Realty is the region's representative for "The Leading Agents of the World" and with over 100 years of combined experience in real estate, all agents of the company are affiliated with AMPI. Wayne Franklin or any member of his knowledgeable team can be contacted in-person at their Romantic Zone Office - Pulpito 145-A at Olas Altas. While in PV they can be reached at (322) 222-6505 or by calling 866-978-5539 (Toll-Free) from the U.S.
Click HERE to learn more about Tropicasa Realty, or visit tropicasa.com.