3 Home Appliances to Add to Your Summer Chores



Home-ownership can be a very emotionally rewarding experience. Owning a home gives you the opportunity to personalize your space based on your style and design needs. You have the flexibility to paint your walls any color you wish, replace dated cabinetry, and decide what kind of flooring you want. With all of the freedom of choice you have for your home, there are some responsibilities you need to take on as a homeowner to care for it. You know that the lawn needs to be mowed regularly, gutters cleaned out, and other such chores. But there are some maintenance chores you may not put much focus on. Below are three things in your home that you should add to your honey-do list.



Your refrigerator is one of the most critical appliances in your home. You don’t realize how much you need it until it dies. Suddenly, it’s like you’re on a game show with the time ticking away while you try to use up or save your food before all of it goes bad. And not only is it expensive to do without a fridge, it’s also not a cheap item to replace. To keep your refrigerator running as long as possible, do some maintenance work on it a couple times a year. Check out this step-by-step guidance.



Unless you have a large yard where you can string up your freshly washed clothing, your household likely has a clothes dryer. This appliance is a great time saver, but it has to run efficiently for you to get the most out of it. You already know to clean out the lint trap, but how often do you clean out the exhaust? Here is some advice on how to maintain your dryer.


Air Conditioner

Now that the summer is upon us, your air conditioner is going to be put to work more and more. As the unit tries to keep you cool amid increasing temperatures, you don’t want it to struggle and increase your electricity bill or worse, die on you on the hottest day of the year. There are a few areas of your air conditioner that require maintenance to prolong the life of the entire machine. You can find resources covering how to do the work yourself, but if it is beyond your abilities you should hire a professional.


Maintenance of your home and its many parts is the best way to get the most out of your investment. By putting in the work now, you can save on energy costs and extend the life of some of the most expensive features of your home.


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