Posts

  • Looking For A Way To Earn Extra Money? Repair And Scrap Old Appliances

    If you are looking for a way to make money and you are interested in scrapping or reusing old appliances, there is some money to be made. You can go around and take the items that people don't want to fix, or just don't want to keep around, and turn those items into cash. Some people would rather put out an appliance for the garbage instead of taking it to a scrap yard, or paying some money to fix it.
    [Read More]

  • Installing a New Central Air Conditioner: What Is the Overall Cost?

    If you are planning to have a new central air conditioner installed in your home, then obviously one of your main considerations is going to be the overall expense. There is no easy answer to the question of how much the project will cost, however. The answer depends on several important factors. This article takes a look at some of the relevant considerations.  Size  One of the most important cost factors is the size of the air conditioning unit that you want installed.
    [Read More]

  • Three Warning Signs That Your Refrigerator Or Freezer Is Having A Problem

    If your refrigerator and freezer are currently off due to a problem with one of the parts, you know getting the part fixed or replaced quickly is crucial. Figuring out which foods are safe to keep after the fridge and freezer have been off can be a dicey task. The best solution is to catch power and temperature issues when they first start, but that can be tough. For example, you really have no way to tell without help if that seemingly warmish fridge is due to a real problem or due to your imagining it might be warm.
    [Read More]

  • The 3 BIG Tips To Wisely Buying A Used Front Load Washing Machine

    With the capability of washing a load of clothes with a small amount of water, quiet rotation action, and super efficiency all the way around, a front load washing machine is a desirable appliance for a lot of reasons. If you spot one of these washers in a used appliance store, there is no doubt that you will be drawn to it over the top-load counterparts. However, front-loading washing machines can have their problems if they are improperly used and maintained by their previous owners.
    [Read More]

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

    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.
    [Read More]

  • 3 Of The Biggest Mistakes That Will Cause Excess Condensation In A Commercial Cooler

    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.
    [Read More]

  • Four Tips To Help You Choose The Best AC System To Retrofit An Historic Home

    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
    [Read More]

  • How To Get Rid Of The Moldy Smell In Your Dryer

    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.
    [Read More]

  • Refrigerator Door Seal – Does It Need Replaced?

    If you are having issues with your refrigerator, the problems could be caused by something as simple and inexpensive to repair as the rubber door seal. What problems could be caused by this? How do you determine if the seal is the problem and how do you fix it if it is? Below, you will find the answers to all three of these questions. What issues can a failing door seal cause?
    [Read More]

  • Simple Hacks To Keep Your Washer And Dryer Healthy

    Washer repair must always be done by a professional, which can leave you without the use of a machine until you can schedule an appointment. If you want to avoid having more than your yearly servicing for the washing machine, you must take care of your washer and dryer on a regular basis. In order to avoid repairs on a regular basis, here are some things that you can do to keep your washer and dryer in tip-top shape.
    [Read More]