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When Your Dishwasher Rots Your Kitchen Floor: How To Address This Issue

Proper installation of a dishwasher should never result in leaks or water damage. If you are experiencing this issue, you need to contact the contractor that installed the dishwasher. He or she should be willing to correct the problem. If you are experiencing these issues in less than a month from installation, your service call should be free. If you are unaware of leaks, and these leaks rot out your kitchen floor, here is how to address this serious issue. Read More 

Three Easy Washing Machine Fixes You Need To Know About

If you're like most people, you don't give your washing machine machine much thought until it malfunctions — and when that happens, it has the potential to throw your entire life into disarray. Loading up the car with dirty laundry and heading for the nearest laundromat is time consuming as well as highly inconvenient, especially if you don't live in an urban location with a commercial laundromat located every few blocks or so. Read More 

Is Your Fridge Running Out Of Liquid Refrigerant?

Having a working refrigerator in your home gives you the ability to purchase perishable foods and keep them fresh over a specified period of time. The cool environments created within your fridge and freezer are made possible by a liquid refrigerant that runs throughout a closed system in the appliance. While most homeowners don't think to check the status of the liquid refrigerant, any loss of this liquid could render your fridge useless. Read More 

3 Appliance Problems That Can Increase Your Electric Bill

If your electric bill seems to be higher than it should be, even though you are careful about how much electricity you and your family members use, you may want to investigate several of your electric appliances to see if you can find the culprit. Sometimes, appliances use more electricity than they should—even though they seem to work fine. Here are 3 appliance problems that could cause your electric bill to increase and how to fix them. Read More 

Caring For Your High Efficiency Washer: Tips For Everyday Use And Weekly And Monthly Cleanings

According to the Green Building Advisor, 82 percent of American homes have a washing machine, and that trusty machine is used to do about 300 loads of laundry each year. If you've finally made the switch to a high-efficiency model, you might not be aware of the special needs of your new, high-tech appliance. Unlike a traditional washing machine, your high-efficiency model has special instructions and requires a little more care. Read More 

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Spending Less On Appliances

How much money have you spent fixing appliances? If you are like most people, you might find yourself trying to decide between living with a new appliance quirk, or calling a professional who can fix it the first time around. However, you don't have to let a broken appliance ruin your day. By understanding how to take care of your stuff, you can avoid problems that can run your finances into the ground. I have been a homeowner for the past thirty years, and I know how to keep refrigerators, dishwashers, and trash compactors alive and well. Read my page to find out more!

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When Your Dishwasher Rots Your Kitchen Floor: How To Address This Issue
21 June 2017

Proper installation of a dishwasher should never r

Three Easy Washing Machine Fixes You Need To Know About
3 March 2017

If you're like most people, you don't give your wa

Is Your Fridge Running Out Of Liquid Refrigerant?
21 February 2017

Having a working refrigerator in your home gives y

3 Appliance Problems That Can Increase Your Electric Bill
22 June 2016

If your electric bill seems to be higher than it s

Caring For Your High Efficiency Washer: Tips For Everyday Use And Weekly And Monthly Cleanings
9 December 2015

According to the Green Building Advisor, 82 percen