Key Maintenance Plan - Tip #10

“It is the neglect of a timely repair that is costly". Start Thinking About Your Spring To Do’s Now: (source various websites) Cleaning -There’s certainly no shortage of things to clean outside when the spring season hits. Cleaning siding, windows, foundations, decks, gutters, patio furniture, grills, driveways, pool areas, fences, mowers, and more. Use of a pressure washer is ideal for these cleanings. Touch-up Painting -Exterior paint takes a beating throughout the year, so touching up those areas of your house, fence, or shed where paint is starting to fail is a good way to avoid long-term damage and make everything look new and fresh. This isn’t a task you want to revisit every year, s

Key Maintenance Plan - Tip #9

February is Perfect for these Homeowner Tasks: (sourced various websites) 1. Clean refrigerator coils To keep your refrigerator in tiptop shape and save energy, clean the refrigerator condenser coils located in the back or on the bottom of the appliance. Use a vacuum to clean coils (just make sure to pop on the upholstery attachment first). While you’re at it, vacuum the floor under and behind the fridge, too. Then, shove a duster or refrigerator coil brush (about $5 and designed for this exact purpose) between the coils, and clean the rest of the dust, hair, and dirt still clinging to the coils. 2. Clean out dryer vents Clean the duct that connects the back of your dryer to outside vents. I

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