3 Common Signs Your Dishwasher Is In Distress

In most households, the dishwasher is a favorite appliance that cuts time and reduces the stress of washing plates, pots, pans, and glasses. Unfortunately, this well-loved appliance also sees a great deal of abuse over the years. Buying a new dishwasher can cost between $400 and $700, but diagnosing and repairing your existing one will be a more affordable option. Of course, you will need to learn the signs that your dishwasher require repair. Read More 

3 Tips For Deep Cleaning Your Gas Stove This Spring

If you have a gas stove this spring, you are going to want to make sure that you give it a good deep cleaning when you clean the rest of your kitchen. Here are three tips that will help you effectively deep clean your gas stove this spring. #1 The Grates The first thing you are going to want to do is take the grates off your stove. Then, use some warm water and regular dish soap to clean off the grates, scrubbing them with a scrub brush. Read More 

Where All Dead Furnaces Go: Choosing Eco-Friendly Options For Your Old Furnace

When you are looking a home furnace replacement in the face (or, in this case, the grate), you may be wondering what the technician will do with the old furnace after the new one is installed. After all, it is a large, cumbersome and mostly metal piece of equipment. If you are also worried about the impact your old furnace will have on the environment, the following eco-friendly options will help. Read More 

Got Mold In Your Fridge? Follow These Easy Instructions To A Mold-Free Fridge

One of the last places you want to run into mold is in your fridge. However, your fridge is the perfect place for mold to thrive, with all that moisture inside and the dark quarters. Luckily, with a few basic supplies, you'll be able to eradicate the mold in your fridge. Act Fast It is important that you act fast. As soon as you spot mold in your fridge, you need to make time that day to clean and remove the mold. Read More 

Three Tips To Prepare For An Appliance Repair Visit

Your heart sinks when you realize that one of your household appliances is no longer working correctly, but you can quickly reverse this disheartening feeling by calling an appliance repair company and booking a technician to visit your home. Whether the repair person is planning to visit in a few hours or won't arrive for a day or two, there are a handful of steps you can take to make the visit go more smoothly. Read More