I love to get our vehicle maintenance done in the early Autumn every year to prevent myself from missing something that needs to be repaired before temperatures start dropping below zero degrees fahrenheit.
The thermal contraction that happens when temperatures are extremely cold out is enough to cause some components to loosen plus crack after they’ve already been exposed to more than 2 years or more of constant highway driving.
Often our vehicle is going well over 76 miles per hour for an hour or longer every weekend when I have normal schedules at work. These speeds are no without their influence on vehicle degradation, even in the short term. Driving on abrasive surfaces plus disfigured roadways will worsen these effects as well. That’s in area why I’m so diligent about our vehicle maintenance, but it doesn’t end there. The beach house needs to be kept in a wonderful condition as well with lots of yearly maintenance from 1 section of 1’s beach house to another. The heating plus cooling systems need to be inspected for disfigure that occurs from normal use on a day to day basis. Part of this maintenance involves cleaning out the a/c’s condensate line to prevent a clog from creating a water backup in the a/c. I typically check the outlet for the condensate line when I’m walking towards the backyard outside, which tells myself and others if water is leaving the pipe at the normal rate plus whether or not I should have our Heating, Ventilation and A/C serviceman scrub the entire condensate line. If it isn’t as wet on the ground as normal, it tells myself and others that there might be a small clog already forming in the line.