Should You Call For A Repair To Your Dishwasher?

Posted on: 19 March 2018

If you would like to make sure that you will always have access to a working dishwasher, you need to know what the signs are for it beginning to malfunction. This way, you will be able to promptly call an appliance repair technician who will be able to fix it before the machine completely stops working. Here are some of the signs of dishwasher trouble that you will want to keep an eye out for: [Read More]

Get The Stink Out Of Your Washer

Posted on: 27 November 2017

It's a great feeling to get out of the shower and wrap yourself in a fresh and clean towel, that is unless your towel stinks like mildew from a stinky washing machine. Your towels may have that foul odor and your clothing may too, which then your skin may begin to smell the same way as well. Start with the source and get your washing machine clean to prevent this from happening to you. [Read More]

3 Factors To Consider When Selecting A Range Hood

Posted on: 28 June 2017

Proper kitchen ventilation is necessary for removing odors and smoke from your home. Without the ventilation, grease can sometimes build up in certain areas of the room. To help you select the right ventilation for your home, here are some factors to consider when buying a range hood.   Hood Width  One of the most important factors to consider when selecting a range hood is the width of the hood. The hood needs to be wide enough to cover the surface of your stove so that it adequately collects cooking smoke. [Read More]

Replace A Torn Gasket Seal On A Freezer Compartment's Door

Posted on: 10 May 2017

If your freezer compartment's door will not stay shut because the gasket seal running around it is torn, remove the seal and install a replacement by completing the steps below. Afterward, maintain the condition of the gasket seal so that you can continue to safely store food inside of the freezer. Materials screwdriver measuring tape white vinegar mild detergent water spray bottle sponge lint-free cloth replacement seal putty knife metal pry bar talcum powder narrow paintbrush Remove The Damaged Seal And Clean The Door's Edges [Read More]