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Improving My Home

After I started thinking more carefully about what I could do to improve my home, I realized that my entire kitchen needed to be renovated. I started small, by switching out my microwave and my small appliances, and then I worked towards completely overhauling the rest of the space. It took a lot of work, but before I knew it, my kitchen looked brand new. Check out this blog for more information about improving your kitchen and taking advantage of helpful appliance services programs. By taking the time to improve your home, you can enjoy a more beautiful environment that is easier to maintain.


How To Test And Replace A Bad Thermostat In A Commercial Refrigerator

A warm commercial refrigerator in a restaurant can become a breeding ground for dangerous bacteria that can cause your customers to become sick. Getting customers sick can destroy your restaurant's reputation and lead to multiple lawsuits that could drain all your finances and put you out of business. If you only have one commercial refrigerator to rely on to keep foods cold, you'll need to determine what the problem is as fast as possible so you can keep your doors open. Read More 

Freezer Running Constantly? Three Things To Try

Your freezer should not make constant noise. It should make noise on and off throughout the day, but you should not hear constant loud sounds coming from your freezer. Here are a few things that you can try to get your freezer to stop running all the time. Check The Thermostat The first thing that you need to do is check the thermostat inside of your freezer. Your thermostat controls your compressor, which is the sound that you hear coming from your freezer constantly. Read More 

Five Ways To Ensure The Safety Of Your Gas Range

Though the prior decade may have emphasized glass-top stoves, gas ranges have come back into style. Not only are gas ranges faster to cook on, but they're also more affordable over time. Nevertheless, the idea of gas may make an individual nervous. There are a few things that you can do to ensure that your gas range is safe for your family. 1. Install a Carbon Monoxide Detector in the Kitchen Read More 

Replace Or Repair Your Air Conditioning Unit: What To Consider

An air conditioning unit will eventually breakdown during its lifetime, much like any other major appliance in your home. It's part of home-ownership to keep up maintenance on your appliances (including your air conditioner), and make necessary repairs when needed. The dilemma that most homeowners face is how to know when it's better to repair and when you should replace your older appliances. You could be making repairs only to turn around and make another repair, and then another; had you replaced the appliance, you could've saved yourself some money. Read More 

3 Appliances That May Need Attention Before Winter

Winterizing the home is something that many homeowners in colder climates do every year. Snow, ice, and freezing temperatures can wreak havoc on parts of the home if care isn't taken before the season starts. Many homeowners focus on sealing openings and cracks and insulating their pipes before the winter season. However, there are other areas of the home that may need to be winterized. Appliances can also run into problems when temperatures drop. Read More