Diagnosing And Repairing 3 Common Dryer Problems

Even though you can hang your clothes out to dry on a line, having a dryer that works properly will ensure your laundry is completed in an effective and efficient way. Unfortunately, issues with the dryer may occur even if you use and maintain this important appliance properly. With this guide, you will be able to diagnose and repair a few common dryer issues. Dryer Doesn't Dry Obviously, your dryer needs to dry your clothes. [Read More]

4 Reasons You Need A New Washing Machine

A washing machine is a luxury that many homeowners have. Without it, you will find yourself having to hand wash your clothing, which, to be honest, how many people in the world do that nowadays? However, washing machines aren't perfect. There may come a time when repairing the machine isn't enough and you have to replace it. Here are four reasons that might be: It Leaks Often: Leaking often is a sign that your washing machine needs replacing. [Read More]

4 Mistakes To Avoid When Storing A Refrigerator

If you need to put a refrigerator in storage for an extended period of time, it's important to avoid some common storage mistakes to make sure that your unit will function properly when you need to use it again. Poor storage practices can cause you to waste money and lead to frustrations down the road when your unit malfunctions. By avoiding the following four mistakes, you can keep your refrigerator in the best possible shape while it's in storage:  [Read More]

2 Potential Reasons Your Washing Machine Is Making So Much Noise

It's easy to tell when a washing machine has gotten out of whack, especially since this often results in less than comforting sounds, such as squeaks, gurgles, and abrupt bangs. If you would like to learn more about what these untoward sounds might mean, read on. This article will discuss two potential causes of a noisy washing machine. You're dealing with one or more broken damper straps. A top loaded washing machine has to be capable of spinning with incredible speed, in order to remove as much water as possible from the cleaned clothing. [Read More]