Get More From Your Fridge With These Care And Usage Tips

The bad news is that refrigerators are one of the most expensive appliances in the average home today. The good news is that refrigerators that receive proper care and usage can last for many years of service, a feat that is pretty remarkable when you think of how many times a day these appliances are opened and closed. In fact, according to a popular home information site, a well-cared for refrigerator could last as long as 17 years. Read More 

3 Ways To Get The Longest Life From Your Brand New Microwave

You have invested in a shiny new microwave for your kitchen, and it simply makes the space pop with newness and functionality. If you are like everyone else, you will want this new appliance to last for as long as possible. After all, a microwave can be one of the most useful appliances in the entire kitchen. Unfortunately, many new microwave owners make a few mistakes along the lines that compromises the life of their new small appliance. Read More 

Two Reasons Why The Stove’s Gas Burner Won’t Turn On

There are many advantages to having a gas stove, including instant heat and better control over the flame's intensity. However, gas stoves have their own unique maintenance issues, one of which is sometimes the burner will take a long time to ignite or won't do so at all. Here are two reasons why this can happen and how to fix them. There's Debris Stuck in the Burner Ports A common reason why one or more gas burners may not ignite is because there is debris in the port blocking the flow of gas. Read More 

Common Signs Your Dishwasher Needs Repair

Dealing with a malfunctioning dishwasher is never fun. But fortunately, many problems don't indicate the need for a replacement. If you're trying to pinpoint the problem with your appliance, all you need is a little patience and some knowledge. Here are the most common problems with household dishwashers and what you should do to resolve the issue. Dirty Dishes There's nothing more frustrating than finding dirty dishes after a cleaning cycle. Read More 

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