Am I right in saying that a “winterized cottage” is technically one that has been prepared for winter in the sense that no one would be living there…?
I often hear of the term “winterized” used in a different sense, where it has been insulated, for example, so that one can live there in the winter as well. Would that be “all season”? Came up again today when a client called for a winterized cottage inspection. I started asking about utilities, water… What they meant was that they live there all year long, so it is a well insulated cottage suitable for winter living.