There are plenty of reasons to dread going to the local laundromat to wash your laundry. You shove your hard-earned money into machines that often fail to work properly, and there’s always the fear of having another sweater ruined by a dryer with a faulty temperature control.
You can say goodbye to the laundromat when you create your own laundry room at home. And you can save all the money you used to shove in machines that often worked less than desirably. Read More»
Is your refrigerator not running as efficiently as it should be? Do you notice the engine running and loudly throughout the day? Does your food not seem to be as cold as it used to be? If so, you may need to have your refrigerator serviced. However, there are many things that you can do on your own that could improve the efficiency of your refrigerator. This article explains how to check and clean your evaporator coils and fans. Read More»
You would be hard pressed to find milk, cheese, drinks, meat, and more that didn’t encounter some type of ammonia refrigeration before arriving at your house. The use of ammonia refrigeration has even expanded into being used in labs, hospitals, universities, and more applications. While many people do not understand how ammonia refrigeration is used, North America alone produces about 18 million metric tons of it every year in an effort to cool foods, beverages, and buildings. Read More»
When one of the appliances in your home dies, you can greatly reduce the amount of time you’ll be inconvenienced if you call a repair person right away. If the repair person is in demand, you might have to wait a few days until the person can visit your home, which is why you shouldn’t wait to get on the list. Your next priority is to prepare your appliance and the area around it for the repair work. Read More»
Dryers are a vital part of any modern laundry room and the warm air is the heart of the dryer. Technical difficulties can cause an electric dryer to either fail to produce warm air at all, which leaves you with a drum full of wet clothes, or produces overly warm air that causes a safety risk to both you and the clothing.
What causes an electric dryer to experience hot air problems? Read More»