8 Steps To Getting Your Home Appliances Ready for Thanksgiving

8 Steps To Getting Your Home Appliances Ready for Thanksgiving

How To Get Your Home Appliances Ready for Thanksgiving and the Coming Holidays?

Are your appliances ready for thanksgiving?

Are you excited that the holiday season is almost here? We have been through so much over the last year.  It's almost time to celebrate another year complete, but in the meantime, we need to prepare for the holiday season,

What is your favorite part of the holidays?  Eating turkey and all the amazing food?  Being around the people who you love and that love you?  Watching Christmas movies?

No matter what you enjoy, the holiday season can be the most joyous time of the year or the most frustrating time of the year.  Keeping the stress down is important and can make our holiday season one to remember instead of one to forget.  The difference between the two options is planning, and preparation vs not planning. 

At my home with lots of grown children and spouses, we need things to go smoothly since they have multiple other places to go for the holidays.  So having my kitchen appliances running well and everything cooked on time is critical to having time with my family.  And you might think that it's only the kitchen that needs to work well, however, if you have people visiting from out of town then that broken or not working great dryer makes a difference in everyone's experience at your home. 

8 Steps to make sure your appliances are working great for Thanksgiving

  1. Protect your appliance by having preventative maintenance done annually. This lowers the risk of high-cost unnecessary repairs.
  2. Check your appliances for proper operation at least once one month before the holidays arrive, 
  3. Clean out your appliances, including your refrigerator and oven,
  4. Get rid of clutter in your kitchen so things are not in the way causing potential problems
  5. Get a cover to put on the food in your microwave before the holidays are here.  
  6. Double-check the temperature of your refrigerator and oven. 
  7. Have any issues with your appliance is taken care of two weeks before the holidays arrive
  8. Get Informed: Find a local appliance repair company that you trust. Make sure you know what issues your appliances can possibly have so you can be on the lookout and be prepared.

The holidays are a time for celebration and family, but they can also be stressful if you're worried about your home appliances not functioning properly. If this is the case, don't worry! We've got all of your appliance service needs covered. Contact us today at  972-210-0599 to schedule preventative maintenance on your appliance if you have not had it done in the last 12 months. 

Or if you currently have a broken or malfunctioning appliance. These can eliminate problems that can affect your Christmas morning. Our professionals will make sure everything is working great at no cost to you! Which one of these tips do you think would help with holiday stress?   -

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