October 7, 2019
Appliance Repair Tips For Improving The Lifespan Of Your Home Appliances
Appliances are necessary for modern living and most major appliances such as fridges, stoves, washing machines etc are not cheap! As a result, it is important to properly maintain and take care of these appliances so that you can get the most out of them. With that said, we’ll now look at a few tips that will help you to do just that.
Firstly, we’ll start with the refrigerator which tends to work its best when it is regularly cleaned. In addition to cleaning the interior of the fridge, you should also keep the condenser coils clean as well. This can be easily done with a condenser coil brush. Additionally, it is important to defrost the freezer regularly. The need for this depends on the type of freezer you have and most modern freezers don’t frost. However, if you do have a manual defrost freezer then it is important to defrost it once or twice per year. You can use a wood or even plastic scrape to remove the frost but be careful not to use any knives to do so.
Next, we’ll look at the washing machine and dryer. It is important that you never overload these two appliances since it will cause a great deal of strain on them and they likely won’t be able to properly wash, clean and dry your clothes. When it comes to your dryer, you should clean the lint screen as regularly as you can to prevent the vent from becoming clogged. If it does become clogged, it will become a fire hazard and it will make your dryer have to work harder to dry your clothes which actually shortens its life.
To wrap things up, we have just looked at how you can improve the lifespan of your refrigerator, washing machine and dryer. So, be sure to implement these tips and your appliances will continue to serve you well for many more years. Click here for more tips.