Archive for the ‘freezer’ Category
June 17th, 2016
As you walk down the aisle in nearly any grocery store, you’re greeted by high-priced cleaners that have every chemical mixture possible. Although these chemical combinations are effective, they’re not necessarily good for the Earth. Take a close look at some of the ways that you can clean those appliances without relying on chemicals. The Earth and your health will thank you in the end.
Open the Refrigerator’s Door
You may place a baking-soda container in your refrigerator so that odors are neutralized, but it doesn’t scrub the interior walls for you. Grab a spray bottle, and add an equal amount of water and vinegar to it. Shake up the mixture and scrub. Vinegar is very acidic, and it kills off germs and fungus with a very low concentration. Use a soft rag during your scrubbing process in order to protect the refrigerator’s walls from any scratches. (more…)
February 19th, 2016
When your household appliance breaks down, you might think that a DIY project is in order. The repair couldn’t be that difficult, but the process often overwhelms amateur technicians. You may not want to call a Milwaukee appliance repair technician, but the benefits outweigh the drawbacks on several levels. Save time and money by consulting with a professional technician about your malfunctioning appliance. There might be problems that you may not realize are present.
Specialized Tools Availability
Modern appliances often have specialized tools for adjustments and other repair processes. You won’t find these tools at any home improvement center, however. Unique tooling is usually designed by the manufacturer’s workers. These tools may only be sold to repair technicians trained on those particular appliances. As a result, the final customer doesn’t have access to these tools because of their lack of training. Hiring a qualified repair technician means that the right tools are applied to the specific appliance. Using improper tools will only further damage the appliance. (more…)
December 2nd, 2013
Home appliance repairs can be expensive. Before calling in the repairman, how can you be sure your appliances needs a fix? Here are some signs that your refrigerator or freezer may need repair.
Probably the first and most obvious way to know if your refrigerator or freezer needs repair is to listen to it. If there are unusual sounds, clunks, clanks, or screeching coming from your appliance, that is a good indicator that it needs to be checked out.