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We service and repair all major brands, including Sub Zero, GE, Maytag, Kenmore, Dacor, Frigidaire, LG, Whirlpool, Speed Queen, Roper, Kirkland, KitchenAid, Admiral, Chambers, Estate, Inglis, Gaffers and Sattler, Jenn Air, Magic Chef, Hotpoint, Tappan, Bosch, Amana, Caloric, Modern Maid, Viking, O'keefe & Merritt, White Westinghouse and more.
To help you get the full amount of years for your refrigerator, make sure you regularly check the rubber gaskets found on your fridge and freezer doors. Scrub off food and debris with some soap and water and dry with a towel. This will help the doors seal tight, trapping all the cool air inside for your refrigerator.
Do a weekly rinse of 1 cup of vinegar in your dishwasher to keep it smelling fresh.
Just be sure you don’t have any pots or plates in the dishwasher when you do this.
Also, use your dishwasher regularly. Run a bit of hot water in your sink before running the dishwasher. Run the garbage disposal before starting the dishwasher. Periodically run the dishwasher with vinegar.
Spilled food can stop a stove burner from turning on.
Just take a toothbrush and gently brush off the spills from the igniter of your stove or cooktop.
If at any time you smell gas, turn off the gas at the shutoff behind the stove or at the main supply near the meter and ventilate the room.
Your microwave can be pretty overworked sometimes. This only means you have to double up on the cleaning of your microwave.
Do a steam clean by placing water and lemon slices in microwave safe bowl and let it heat up in the microwave. The water vapor will help make the wipe down easier.
One of the easiest ways to extend the longevity of your microwave is by cleaning it regularly. Choose Dishware Carefully. Prevent Door Damage. Avoid Running on Empty. Try pre programmed Cooking Times. Respect Weight Limitations.
Over time, water filters in your refrigerator can clog up from trapping sediments, which makes it difficult for water to pass through.
It’s recommended to change filters every 3-6 months or even sooner, especially if you have already noticed a change in water pressure and color.
Very important: Condenser coils in the back of your refrigerator, releasing heat. If they’re clogged with dust and pet hair, they stress the compressor and waste energy. Every three months, vacuum the condenser coils and fan using a brush.
Prevent any floods or leaks in your laundry room by inspecting the hoses of your washing machine. Be on the lookout for any cracks, weak spots, and deformities. It’s also a good idea to replace the hoses every five years.
If you think your dryer could use a little extra help when it comes to heating your clothes, the solution could be to unclog the lint filter. You can test this first by running water over the filter. If it holds water, then it’s time to start cleaning. Using a stiff kitchen brush, scrub the filter with a bit of laundry detergent and hot water.
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Sunday: 8am - 5pm