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Maintaining Your Home's Appliances Long-Term

It’s important to have your home’s appliances serviced and repaired on a regular basis to ensure optimal performance and to keep wear and tear to a minimum. Luckily, not all servicing and repairs need to be done by a professional! Things like replacing the refrigerator coil, cleaning the interior of your HVAC unit, and repairing a dishwasher knob can all be completed as do-it-yourself projects which will allow you to save time and money on appliance maintenance as time goes on. This blog is dedicated to providing you with various tips and tricks you can use to keep your household appliances in good shape between professional maintenance visits.

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Stay Cool...And Know Your Refrigerant Fittings
8 April 2021

Refrigerant fittings are a broad topic encompassin

Why Is Your Refrigerator Leaking? What You Can Do
11 August 2020

If you are finding a puddle beneath your refrigera

Things You Should Think About When Installing a New AC System
3 December 2019

If your local air conditioning services contractor

Too Much Shaking Going On? The Importance Of Leveling Your Washer
18 July 2019

One of the selling points of a good washer is quie

Should You Install A Fire Sprinkler System In Your Home?
12 March 2019

Fire sprinkler systems are common in commercial bu

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Stay Cool…And Know Your Refrigerant Fittings

Refrigerant fittings are a broad topic encompassing plenty of different fittings for a variety of cooling appliances. So, how do you know which fitting you need? Thankfully, you personally do not have to know that; your HVAC technician does. Still, it helps to take a look at the different fittings that exist and learn to recognize when the right fitting is used versus the wrong fitting and how it may be adapted to be the right fitting with the right cooling appliance. Read More 

Why Is Your Refrigerator Leaking? What You Can Do

If you are finding a puddle beneath your refrigerator, it can be a few different things. First of all, you shouldn't have a puddle beneath your appliance, and if you do, it's an issue you need to repair. First, make sure it wasn't a spill that didn't get cleaned up, then figure out what the problem is by troubleshooting the issue. Read on for a few troubleshooting tips below and what you can do to repair this issue. Read More 

Things You Should Think About When Installing a New AC System

If your local air conditioning services contractor is telling you that you need a new air conditioning system, you might be tempted to just have them replace it with whatever they have to get your home cool faster. However, there are a few things that you should consider before you go ahead and invest in a new HVAC system for your home. Here are a couple of things to think about. Read More 

Too Much Shaking Going On? The Importance Of Leveling Your Washer

One of the selling points of a good washer is quiet operation with little or no vibration during the spin cycles. Homeowners who buy a washing machine that has been advertised in this manner can feel betrayed when they begin to notice increased levels of noise and vibration that seems to get progressively worse with each use. Before making a complaint to the manufacturer or leaving a scathing online review, appliance owners should do a simple test to see if the problem is the washer's fault or a simple leveling issue. Read More 

Should You Install A Fire Sprinkler System In Your Home?

Fire sprinkler systems are common in commercial buildings, but they're less common in residential homes. In fact, other than luxury properties, they're pretty rare. But that's surprising, because not only are they affordable, but they can greatly increase your home's safety. Here's what you need to know about installing a new fire sprinkler system in your existing home. It's More Expensive to Retrofit—But the Cost Is Based on Size Your fire sprinkler costs will usually be based on the size of your home. Read More