Your central air conditioning system needs to be maintained regularly not only for your comfort, but safety and efficiency.
Turn off the oven and remove the power plug from the wall socket before cleaning.
Test and calibrate alarm sensors per the manufacturers specifications. Knowing your systems testing requirements, failure modes, and re-installation requirements is very important.
Clean the blades of the fan every week.
Keeping your dryer entirely lint free is easy, improves energy efficiency and safety from lint fires.
It is a good idea to check your washing machine for leaks, examine the hoses and clean filters about once a year to make sure you do not experience damage from any water leaks.
With the fall and winter months upon us, now is the time to do some routine maintenance around your home to prepare for the changing weather ahead.
Do not leave the garage door partially open.
You can easily sharpen the blades in your unit and clean them by placing a few ice cubes in, grinding them and flushing the disposal with cold water.
You need to have your furnace serviced annually by a competent professional for efficiency and safety.
Keep your hood and fan/filter clean.
Drain piles can clog and valves and fittings develop leaks.
Generally your refrigerator's condenser coils are underneath a pop-off panel, at the bottom of the unit.
You must keep your roof clean, pressure washed and treated to greatly reduce the chances for moss, dry root, and fire during the dry summer season.
This Spring Home Maintenance Guide will help you prep for the warmer months ahead, helping you save energy, money, and time.
Five to seven years is the typical life span on a sump pump, but this will vary based on usage.
It is important to maintain your water heater for efficiency, safety and the life of the unit.
Drain and replace spa water every 60-90 days, depending on usage.
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