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Maintaining Your Home's Appliances Long-Term

It’s important to have your home’s appliances serviced and repaired on a regular basis to ensure optimal performance and to keep wear and tear to a minimum. Luckily, not all servicing and repairs need to be done by a professional! Things like replacing the refrigerator coil, cleaning the interior of your HVAC unit, and repairing a dishwasher knob can all be completed as do-it-yourself projects which will allow you to save time and money on appliance maintenance as time goes on. This blog is dedicated to providing you with various tips and tricks you can use to keep your household appliances in good shape between professional maintenance visits.

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When an appliance, such as your washing machine, breaks, homeowners often wonder whether to fix the item or replace it. This is a big question to ask when you experience a problem with an appliance, but there is a good way to make this decision. When your washing machine breaks down and is not working, you can decide whether to fix it or repair it by evaluating the following three factors. Read More 

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A refrigerator is an investment, and like most large appliances, it should run well for many years. Unfortunately, there are things that can go wrong that will ruin the fridge or necessitate repairs. Knowing the mistakes that are most likely to damage your fridge can help you avoid them. #1: Ignoring the coils On the back of your fridge are the condenser coils, which are responsible for keeping your unit cold. Read More 

Two Things To Know About Furnace Replacements

A functional furnace may be the most important appliance that you own. However, these devices can become remarkably worn and suffer extensive damage over the years. While many problems with furnaces can be repaired, replacement will eventually be unavoidable. Due to the costs involved and the importance of the furnace, homeowners may be wise to enhance their understanding when it comes to furnace replacements. Will There Be Any Warning Signs That You Need Your Furnace Replaced? Read More 

Deciding Whether To Repair Or Replace Your Appliance

It's not fun to throw money into repairing and replacing appliances, but if you find yourself with a faulty appliance, you'd probably like to get the issue taken care of while spending as little as you need to. This article will help you decide whether repairing or replacing your item is a better idea. Is it Under Warranty? First of all, check your manufacturer's warranty. If your appliance is still covered, then it certainly makes sense to take it in for repairs if it's the first time the appliance has broken down. Read More 

4 Common Washing Machine Problems

Washing machines are all made a little differently, built with varying features and extras you can get depending on your needs and budget. But they also come with some common core elements that make them function virtually the same as they get your clothes clean. Whether you've recently purchased a brand new washer or you've had yours for years, knowing how to troubleshoot certain problems can save you a lot of grief. Read More