Posted by: islamicfinancingnews | August 3, 2013

Islamic mortgages and summer maintenance tips

islam-11 Obtaining proper Islamic mortgages to help purchase a  home is important to practicing Muslims and undertaking some practical home maintenance chores will help to keep your home running smoothly for the remainder of the summer. Here are a few suggestions:

  • Change the air filter. This simple maintenance routine will help to keep clean air flowing freely through the air conditioning system in your home. Look for a high quality filter that is rated to remove particles like mold and pollen from the air and make sure to replace the filter every one to three months.
  • Clean the bathroom vent fan. By removing excess humidity in the bathroom after a bath or shower, this device is designed to prevent the accumulation of mold or mildew. Using a brush, clean the dust from the vent cover and vacuum dust from inside the fan box as well as the blades. A clean fan can also help reduce odours in the bathroom and should be cleaned at least once a year to keep it running properly.
  • Clean the dryer vent. Removing the dryer hose and the outside vent pipe cover will allow easy access to vacuum the inside hose and pipe. Regular cleaning will not only help to improve the dryer’s efficiency, but removing accumulated lint in the vent pipe and hose can help prevent a dryer vent fire. Of course, you should always remember to clean the lint filter every time the appliance is used.

Using Islamic loans free from Riba is a great way to initiate your journey towards home ownership and implementing a regular home maintenance schedule can help you maintain your investment.


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