3 Signs That Your Household Clothes Dryer May Need To Be Repaired

Posted on: 18 January 2016

Household clothes dryers are relied on virtually every day in homes across America. Unfortunately, they are often taken for granted and homeowners avoid regular maintenance on their clothes dryers. Failing to maintain the dryer can sometimes lead to home fires. Here are a few problems that you may face without regular maintenance and how to troubleshoot them: Problem #1: Your Clothes Aren't Getting Dry. At the end of one drying cycle, if your clothes are not dry, then there may be an issue that requires a technician.
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3 Of The Biggest Mistakes That Will Cause Excess Condensation In A Commercial Cooler

Posted on: 3 November 2015

Regardless of what type of business you are in, if it revolves around food service, your commercial cooler is easily one of the more important kitchen features that you have. Maintaining a clean cooling atmosphere that is free from moisture will prevent problems with mold and mildew that can result in damaged food products. However, if you are like a lot of commercial kitchen owners, you will have practices in your business that get in the way of keeping excess condensation out of the cooler.
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Four Tips To Help You Choose The Best AC System To Retrofit An Historic Home

Posted on: 19 August 2015

If you are restoring an historic home, it is likely that there is no modern HVAC. Cooling can help make your home more comfortable, but can also be difficult to install in historic homes, which is you may want to choose alternatives like ductless systems or compact ductwork. Here are some tips to help you choose the best AC to retrofit your historic home: 1. Choosing The Areas Where AC Is Essential In Your Home
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How To Get Rid Of The Moldy Smell In Your Dryer

Posted on: 10 August 2015

If you open the door and the smell of damp and mold comes out, then you have a problem. Not only has something gone horribly wrong, since the dryer is supposed to dry things, but now anything you run through the dryer is inevitably going to smell. You might have left wet clothes in the dryer for an extended period of time because you forgot to start the dryer or cycle, or when you put wet clothes in, they dripped on the lint catcher and made the lint start to mold.
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