Why You Should Hire A Home Appliance Service To Help With Hook Up

Are you looking to get a new washer and dryer or perhaps a new dishwasher or another type of appliance? If so, one consideration besides your actual purchase is how you are going to get your new appliance hooked up inside your home. Some stores sell hookup services but not all do, and you'll also have to hook it up yourself if you purchase your new appliance online. There is, however, a better solution to this problem. Read More 

What’s Wrong With Your Dryer? Troubleshooting Tips To Repair Your Dryer

Your dryer is an important appliance, although it isn't a necessity in your home. You could take your laundry to your local laundromat or hang your laundry outside to dry, but it is a bit more work and can be a pain. If you have a dryer, you want it to continue working over and over again so you can just put your clothing in the dryer and get back to doing whatever you need to get done. Read More 

Signs That Tell You It’s Time To Have Your Microwave Repaired

Too many people make the mistake of assuming that when their microwave starts to malfunction they simply have to throw it away and buy a new one. However, you can actually call for microwave repair services. After all, some of the microwaves out there can be incredibly expensive to replace, so it is better to try to fix the one you have first. Here are a few signs that it is time for you to call for a microwave repair technician. Read More 

Tips For Preventing Dishwasher Issues

Having a dishwasher around is quite convenient unless it fails just when you have a sink full of dishes. Dishwashers can be quite prone to failure. This is somewhat expected due to the frequency with which they're used. However, many dishwasher failures are completely avoidable. As with any appliance, the key to trouble-free dishwasher ownership is to use the appliance correctly. Many people use their dishwashers in the wrong way, increasing the possibility that something will go wrong at some point. Read More 

Your Refrigerator Seal – Is It Failing?

If your refrigerator isn't keeping as cool as it should, the first thing that you should check is the seal around the door. Over the years, that seal can become damaged, caked with old food and coated with mold. Here, you'll find a few tips that can help you clean the seal, test the seal and replace it if it needs to be replaced. Clean the Seal You will be using white vinegar and water to do the cleaning. Read More