3 Tips to Keep Your Microwave in Good Shape

30 January 2019
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When it comes to performing maintenance on your kitchen appliances, you probably don't spend a lot of time thinking about your microwave. While a microwave is relatively simple to operate, there are still some things you can do to ensure optimal performance and longevity. Here are a few tips to help ensure your microwave will remain in good condition for a long time to come. Respect the Weight Limit Microwaves with a turntable often include a maximum weight limit that the turning dish inside the microwave can hold. Read More 

Is Your Ice Maker Having Inlet Issues? Try This DIY Tip

24 October 2018
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Inviting a few friends over for drinks and snacks is a great way to relax and enjoy some much-needed fun after a long, hard work week. But making a last-minute ice run because your ice maker is not working is not a good way to start the evening. If your ice maker is acting in a less-than-reliable fashion, the following tips may be able to help you get it back on track in time for your next party. Read More 

Maintenance Tips For Your Water Softener

29 July 2018
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If you have a water softener, you most likely have hard water that may cause harsh calcium buildup in your sinks, faucets, tubs, and toilets. You may also notice iron if you have hard water, which can stain clothing, sinks, toilets, and tubs. The water softener uses sodium to replace the ions in your water so it isn't as harsh. Maintaining your water softener is essential to prevent it from breaking down and unable to do its job. Read More 

Refrigerator Condenser Coil: Is That The Problem With Your Unit?

24 February 2018
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How long has it been since you pulled your refrigerator out of its space and cleaned the condenser coil on the back of it? If your refrigerator isn't working as well as it should, it's probably time to get those coils clean. Here are some tips to clean it before you need to call for refrigerator repair. Why do dirty condenser coils cause refrigeration problems? The function of the condenser coil is to provide the unit with a way to release heat that is formed during the cooling process. Read More 

Think You Need A New Air Conditioning Unit? Some Alternatives You Might Want To Consider

2 December 2017
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When you notice that the air blasting out of your air conditioning unit isn't as cold as it used to be, it can bring on a sense of worry. Although keeping your house cool is definitely a top priority, finding the money to pay for a brand new air conditioning appliance can be hard to come by. The budget may already be stretched to its limit and you don't know how you're going to make the purchase. Read More