Keeping Appliances Clean

3 Ways To Take Care Of Your Dishwasher This Spring

Spring is a great time to pay a little extra attention to your dishwasher. Here are three different ways you can take care of your dishwasher this spring. #1 Inspect All Gaskets Around the outer edge of your dishwasher door is a seal that ensures that when the dishwasher door is closed, no water leaks out during the washing process. This seal is created by a gasket that runs around the interior edge of your dishwasher door.   Read More...

Washing Machine Flooring: Multiple Problems That Can Occur With Poor Appliance Positioning

The location where you place your washer can have a huge impact on the way that the appliance works and operates. Over time, the conditions of an area may warp or change, impacting the even level of a washer. What may seem like minor problems at first can quickly change to major problems in the future. If you are experiencing multiple problems with your washer, then purchasing a new washer may not be the solution because the ground level that it is on is just uneven.   Read More...

HVAC Maintenance To Reduce The Symptoms Of Allergies

From itchy and watery eyes to a runny nose and constant sneezing, seasonal allergies can wreak havoc on your well-being. Managing these symptoms is possible with allergy medications, but reducing your exposure to pollen, dust, and dander inside the home is also smart. While surprising to hear, focusing on your home's heating and air conditioning system can reduce your exposure to these allergens. If you are part of the 50 million Americans suffering with nasal allergies, consider following simple steps to clean and maintain your home's HVAC system.   Read More...

Types Of Maintenance Your Appliances Need To Last Long And Run Efficiently

Purchasing new appliances can be extremely costly, and it can also be inconvenient if you wait until one of your appliances breaks down completely. Instead of spending thousands of dollars replacing your appliances, you could invest a small amount of money in them each year for maintenance. By doing this, you could prolong the life of your appliances, and you could prevent major inconveniences from occurring in your home if one stops working.   Read More...