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    Repair Or Replace That Appliance?

    The question often comes up, should you repair or replace your broken appliance? We don’t want you to waste your money either and we’ve compiled a list of things you should consider.

  • Cleaning Your Dishwasher

    Cleaning Your Dishwasher

    It seems strange, but you should regularly clean the inside of your dishwasher. To do this; remove the bottom rack, then check and remove solid debris. Place the bottom rack back in and place a cup full of vinegar on the top rack. Run the dishwasher on the hottest cycle. Once complete, sprinkle some baking

  • Clean Your Fridge Condenser

    Clean Your Fridge Condenser

    Clean the dust off your fridge condenser before the weather gets hot. This will save you money by allowing your fridge to run more efficiently over the summer. The fridge condenser is usually located under the fridge and can be accessed by removing the front toe panel.

  • Wet Dishes in Dishwasher?

    Wet Dishes in Dishwasher?

    Plastic and glass dry at different rates. Cleaning plastic items in your dishwasher will decrease the drying performance and may mean wet dishes when your wash is done. It’s best to wash your plastic dishes by hand and leave your dishwasher for everything else, unless you don’t mind wet dishes.

  • Cleaning Your Washer

    Cleaning Your Washer

    Most front load washers have a “clean washer” cycle used for cleaning the washer drum. Use this cycle monthly to prevent detergent scum build up inside the washer. If your washer does not have a “clean washer” cycle, run the largest hot water load with no clothing in it, once a month. Do not use

  • Refrigerator Door Gaskets

    Refrigerator Door Gaskets

    Clean your refrigerator door gaskets with warm water regularly. This will prolong the life of the gaskets by keeping them soft and flexible. If you need a new gasket for your fridge or freezer, contact us today and order the replacement part.

  • Save Your Food Before It’s Too Late

    Save Your Food Before It’s Too Late

    Keep a tray of ice in your freezer. Melting ice cubes are the first sign of trouble with your refrigerator or freezer. This will help you save your food before it’s too late.

  • Rubber Washer Hoses

    Rubber Washer Hoses

    Rubber hoses on your washing machine can bubble and burst, flooding your home. Inspect your hoses twice a year or replace them with metal braided hoses which do not have this issue. 3/4 in. x 3/4 in. x 5 ft. Stainless-Steel Washing Machine Hoses are available at your local hardware store for about $30. We

  • Clothing Taking A Long Time To Dry?

    Clothing Taking A Long Time To Dry?

    Is your clothing taking a long time to dry? Check your dryer vent inside and outside for blockages. A blocked dryer vent is the number one cause of long dry times. If your dryer vent has many bends or is longer than 6 feet, it is more likely to clog. These vents should be checked

  • Less Laundry Detergent

    Less Laundry Detergent

    People often use too much laundry detergent in their Front Load and HE Topload Washers. Not only is this wasting money, its causing major issues in these appliances. We recommend you use one tablespoon of a high quality concentrate soap. After using less soap, your clothing will be cleaner with less soap residue and the soap will fully rinse

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