As the weather gets warmer, people naturally spend more time outside. They are more likely to get dirty. As a result, there is more laundry to do. Make sure you look at the hoses to ensure that they are in pristine condition. Get a new one every few years. Also, make sure to take out the dryer lint after every load.
Your washing machine should not be right up against the wall because it could cause issues with the hose. There should be approximately four inches of space there. In addition, only run the laundry when you are home.
Humidity often causes a buildup in condensation on the duct work. This can lead to problems, particularly if the drains have something in them. Always check your drain pan to ensure that it is free from water. If you see some, get in touch with a professional to rectify the situation.
Your kitchen disposal should not be a “catch all” for the food that you don’t eat. For example, anything that is stringy or fibrous does not need to go down the disposal. In addition, oils and fats are not good for the disposal because they clump up in the pipes and cause problems. If you are using the disposal, let cold water run through first to clear out the drains. Make sure that all rice, pasta, instant stuffing and potato mixes get thrown into the trash rather than the disposal.
If you are leaving the house for an extended period of time, make sure the temperature on the water heater is reduced. Consequently, the temperature on the refrigerator needs to go up. Do not leave perishable foods in there, though, because they will go bad.
If you want your plumbing to work well all season long, make sure it is maintained on a regular basis.