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How to Complete a Thorough Cleaning in Your Home


The birds are singing, the days are getting longer, and the snow is starting to melt. Spring is well on it’s way, which means that it’s time to do your spring cleaning.

For many home owners, spring cleaning is about cleaning out your closets and decluttering. But there’s so much more to the process. There could be larger problems inside and outside your home that have built up over the cold winter months.

Getting Started

You may not know where to start, but that’s okay! This handy checklist will help you get on the right track to making sure that you’ve got all your bases covered. It’s also a good idea to check the inside and outside of your home. It may seem like a lot, but if you tackle one task at a time, you’ll be sure to have a thoroughly cleaned home that’s ready to enjoy for the rest of the year!

Spring Cleaning Your Water Heater

Spring is a great time to service your water heater. After the winter months, your water heater has experienced quite the workout! Keep in mind that full maintenance of your water heater isn’t a job that you’ll take care of on your own. The first step involves contacting your water heater provider to inspect its overall performance and condition.

If you’ve noticed strange noises coming from your water heater or the water coming out the tap looks or smells odd, the right licensed technician will be able to fix these problems. Something that you can do on your own when it comes to your water heater is to monitor its temperature. A general rule of thumb is to make sure that it stays around 120 degrees Fahrenheit for safety and energy conservation purposes.

Spring cleaning may seem like an overwhelming undertaking, but it doesn’t have to be. Let CLARITY by ClimateCare take care of your water heater and help you and your family live comfortably all year round! If you are currently renting your water heater and you want to start owning, then it’s time to break free from your contract. Give your nearest CLARITY by ClimateCare provider a call today to learn more.