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Keeping up with A/C and heating system service

When I was growing up, I never had to help out around the house.

My parents both worked and brought in adequate income to pay for a turf crew, cleaning corporation and swimming pool service.

They hired out just about every home improvement, service and service task. After school, I moved into an home complex with all sorts of amenities. I had access to a swimming pool, boiling tub, fitness center and game room. If I had any issues with the garbage disposal, washing machine, air conditioning or any of the numerous appliances or systems, I simply called the service department. I didn’t even need to change lightbulbs. I eventually got exhausted of throwing away my money on rent and decided to buy my own home. While I have a task in my chosen field and there’s enjoyable opportunity for upward mobility, money is still a bit tight. The mortgage on my up-to-date home left no room in the budget to hire everything done. Taking care of my own home and apartment has been a sizable learning experience. I am absolutely thankful for google. I had no idea that the aerators on faucets could clog and diminish water pressure. I have watched videos on how to disconnect the back of the panel of the refrigerator and vacuum out a buildup of dust. I learn up on how to properly maintain a heating system and air conditioning. I wasn’t even aware that each system was equipped with an air filter that needs to be correctly substituted. I’ve taught myself how to clean the condensate drain, evaporator coil and condenser coils. I’ve figured out how to drain the water heater, clear out the gutters and downspouts and clean air vents. I correctly test the smoke alarm, carbon monoxide detectors and check the batteries in the thermostat.


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