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Homeowners often don’t think about their appliances until something goes wrong and they are no longer able to use them. Unfortunately, this also means the need for repairs which can end up costing you more money than if you had caught the problems early. Avoiding appliance problems is not always possible, but there are ways to help prolong the situation as much as possible. Refrigerator and Dryer maintenance. Here is why maintenance is such an important part of keeping your appliances working.
The refrigerator is the most commonly used appliance in a household and the least likely for an owner to have maintenance. We assume that our refrigerator will continue to work year after year until it doesn’t and the repair process begins. The best offense is a good defense when it comes to refrigerator maintenance.
Refrigerator owners can help to avoid repairs with simple tasks that should be performed on a regular basis. Refrigerator manufacturers recommend refrigerators and wine cooler be serviced, at the very least, once a year. Most customers will choose to have their maintenance completed in the spring before the summers months heat up and cause refrigerators to compensate for the rising temperatures. Preventive maintenance is the best way to prevent future repairs and keep refrigerators working at maximum efficacy. Continued recommended appliance maintenance will extend the life of your appliance which is smart and economical.
The clothes dryer is among the most cherished laundry home appliances for the way it has simplified and shortened the laundry process. The old-Clothes Line drying is a blast from the past and not the most efficient way of drying clothes.
Dryer maintenance is extremely important because dryers and lint build-up are a lethal combination. Dryer lint buildup causes thousands of residential fires across the U.S. every year.
Dryer maintenance includes: