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Are you doing everything you can to keep your valuable appliances in tip top shape? You don’t have to be an expert to take advantage these simple steps to help keep your appliances running efficiently. The best things you can do to keep your appliances running smoothly and efficiently are actually much easier than you think. All it takes is a little can do attitude and some elbow grease.

Read below to find some helpful tips and tricks on how to keep your appliances running smoothly and avoid steep replacement or repair bills.

Home Warranty Care Tips: Refrigerator

The best way to keep your refrigerator running smoothly is to clean the condenser coils. You may need to remove a kick plate or panel to reach the coils. You can use a vacuum or stiff brush to clean them. This easy step will help your refrigerator cool more easily and effectively.

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Home Warranty Care Tips: Clothes Dryer

A clogged dryer exhaust is inefficient and can be a dangerous fire hazard. To clean the exhaust you may need to loosen a clamp before you gently pull the exhaust hose from the back of the dryer. Once removed, simply clean the inside of the exhaust with a vacuum, then reattach the exhaust hose to the dryer unit.

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Home Warranty Care Tips: Air Conditioning

Everyone knows that you are supposed to change or clean your air conditioner filters quite frequently. But often overlooked are your A/C output vents. It doesn’t matter if the vents are in the floor or the ceiling, you should clean them once in a while. First, it keeps the air that you and your family are breathing clean. But it also helps with the efficiency of your air conditioning and your heating unit.

Simply take a paint brush and run it over the spines of the vents in your home air conditioning unit to remove any loose dirt or particles.

Remove the vents from the ceiling or floor and vacuum both the backside of the vent and the area where the ductwork comes into the floor or ceiling. Once your vents are clean, you will not only be saving energy in your home, but you’ll breathe a little easier too!

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Home Warranty Care Tips: Heating and Furnace

Keep your heating system up and running for a warm and cozy home during the winter. About a month before you expect cooler weather to move to your part of the country, it’s a good idea to have maintenance service performed by a qualified professional to make sure that your unit can perform properly.

It’s important to check your heating systems filters every month and to clean and replace them as recommended by the manufacturer. Clean filters will help your heating system run more efficiently, which results in lower energy costs, as well as improving your home’s overall air quality.

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