There are plenty of DIY jobs that need good weather for them to be carried out in, and furthermore that are going to be a necessity for those who want a safe and comfortable home over the winter. From fitting wall cladding to ensuring that your gutters are clear and in good condition, not only will you almost certainly need to make the most of the drier weather to get jobs done, but you will also no doubt need to get such jobs done before winter brings far more adverse weather.
Whilst the majority of years will have warm and dry summers to offer the perfect conditions to get such jobs done, this year, such days were few and far between. However, whilst the autumn offers colder spells and less sunlight, many of those short autumn days are crisp and cold, buy dry. As such, it may well be that the autumn is going to offer far better conditions for you to get those DIY jobs finished off than this summer did.
Simply avoiding making such changes is likely to leave you experiencing many problems once winter sets in, and not only might you be far less comfortable in your home and in turn waste far more money on heating bills if you do not make any necessary repairs in time, but you are also likely to find that the winter may actually simply damage your home far more too. From overflowing gutters leading to damage to the exterior of your home or even the foundations to simple structural issues that can be significantly worsened by excessive cold, by making sure you change your guttering to ones that are up to the task and making sure that any cladding or suchlike are added before the worst of the weather arrives, you may well find that not only is it cheap and easy to make such changes at this time of the year, but also that it saves you a great deal of money and hassle in the long run.