Most people know to clean the lint screen after every load of laundry. Keeping that filter clear will shorten the drying cycle, save you money, and prevent any potential fire hazards.
It is also good practice to regularly, but at least twice a year, remove the lint that accumulates at the bottom of the housing that holds your lint screen.
Here are some quick tips of other things to do:
Check smoke and carbon monoxide detector.
Change the air filter.
Change the water filter in your fridge.
Unclog any drains in the house.
Vacuum the coils of the fridge condenser to ensure it’s operating at maximum efficiency.
Buy some de-ice melt or road salt to have on-hand if/when needed.
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