When we first moved into our home, it was incredible to see how many problems there were. We were always trying to figure out how to fix one thing or another, and it was really discouraging. We realized that we needed to work hard to make sure that our appliances wouldn't just bite the dust when we were least expecting it, so we started thinking about different ways to do things. We started working with an appliance services company that offered fast and efficient service, and they worked wonders on our outdated equipment. Check out this blog for great information on improving your appliance functionality.
30 July 2018
With a bakery, restaurant, or deli on your hands, you probably already recognize that your refrigerator is by far the most important appliance you've got. Spoiling food means money lost; it could also mean sick customers and lost hours as you wait for repair and new supplies. However, a bustling eatery can take your attention away from constant monitoring of the walk-in fridge; what actions can you and kitchen staff take to protect this vital machine?
23 February 2018
It's a good idea for you to learn about the more common issues that each of your home appliances can suffer from. By being armed with this information now, you can help yourself to avoid dealing with these problems by learning how to prevent them. You can also catch them early on when you know what to look for and this can help you to have them repaired before you find yourself in a bind.
29 November 2017
You might not quite realize how thankful you are for your freezer until you have to make do without it for a week when it is out of commission for freezer repair. It is then that you learn a lesson or two and try to take time to tune your freezer more often in order to make sure that it is running at optimum.Here are five ways to ensure your fridge and freezer are tuned up.
19 June 2017
If the gasket seal that is attached to your refrigerator door has small holes in its surface and the door won't remain closed when you shut it, room temperature air may enter the refrigerator and subject food items to spoilage. The following project describes how to remove the damaged gasket seal and install a new one. Supplies utility knife measuring tape replacement gasket seal cordless drill disinfectant bucket of warm water sponge with slightly abrasive surface microfiber cloth Remove The Damaged Seal And Use Disinfectant To Clean The Door
13 June 2017
If your refrigerator isn't cooling properly, or makes loud noises, the condenser fan motor may need replacing. Condenser fans are common features on frost-free refrigerators. The condenser fan changes the liquid coolant to gas from by running it through coils, and it also evaporates liquid in the drain pan. It is simple to replace the condenser fan motor by following these tips. Prepare to Work For this project, you need: