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Simple Tricks to Keep Your Appliances in Good Shape During the Winter

December 15th, 2016

A modern kitchen needs maintenance from a Milwaukee microwave repair professional Looking outside at a cold winter day might encourage you to cuddle up on the couch, but there are household chores calling to you. However, completing any outdoor chore might be impossible right now. As an alternative, concentrate on your indoor appliances. These mechanical workhorses seem to go for months without any maintenance, but it’s critical to pay close attention to your washer, dryer, refrigerator and other appliances during the cold, winter months. Use some of these simple ideas to maintain your appliances and preserve their normal lifespans. Calling a Milwaukee microwave repair professional can go a long way in maintaining all of your appliances. (more…)

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Fall Into Autumn: Prioritize Your Appliance Maintenance Now

October 18th, 2016

A Milwaukee dryer repair professional can repair other appliances tooCool weather in autumn prompts residents to bake comforting food and to enjoy loved ones at home. Fall is also a great time to concentrate on your household appliances. Summer’s fun has passed, and those loyal appliances may be in need of some professional maintenance. Take a deeper look at your basic appliances and their preventative maintenance needs. You want them to run smoothly into winter and beyond.

The Hidden World Behind the Refrigerator

Listen to your refrigerator with a quiet household. It should have a low-level hum that’s barely noticeable. However, a refrigerator that has a loud sound will require some maintenance. A repair professional will pull the refrigerator out from the wall, and he or she will vacuum out the coils as an initial task. Clean coils will only improve the appliance’s heat-transfer process while quieting the humming sound too. Your professional will also examine other core areas on the refrigerator’s rear side. Any water leaks or hose cracks will be noted and repaired before the appliance is pushed back against the wall. (more…)

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Summertime and Your Appliance’s Upkeep

May 17th, 2016

Ask your Milwaukee refrigerator repair professional about this one

Ask your Milwaukee refrigerator repair professional about this one

Your heater made it through the winter, and now you’re looking forward to warm days and relaxing afternoons without any appliance problems. Although summer is a time for vacationing and playtime, you shouldn’t overlook your appliances’ care either. In fact, it’s a good time to contact a Milwaukee refrigerator repair professional for their evaluation of your appliances. Put your appliances’ maintenance schedules ahead of everything else in order to avoid any costly repairs.

Clean Your Appliance Now

You may have vacuumed the house during spring cleaning, but your appliances aren’t always part of that project. Before the summer heat really kicks in, completely clean out the refrigerator’s interior. Make a mental note of any unusual stains or broken pieces. Pull the refrigerator out from the wall too. Wipe off the coils that reside across the appliance’s backside. These coils help the refrigerator remain cool on the inside by transferring heat to the exterior. If the coils remain dirty, they’ll overheat and possibly cause a cooling malfunction in the appliance. (more…)

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Don’t Make These Holiday Mistakes Near Your Appliances

December 17th, 2015

follow these tips before calling a Milwaukee microwave repairmanBetween Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day, the holidays are in full swing with loved ones pouring in and out of your front door. Cooking during this time period is traditional, and it also serves a functional purpose. You might have to turn the thermostat down a bit because your oven and stove provide significant heat! The holidays are fun and busy, but they’re also fraught with potential problems. Pay attention to everything going on around your appliances because certain mistakes can culminate into a huge repair bill.

Decorating Near Your Oven Or Stove

Garlands, paper snowflakes and other decorations are often draped over every surface in the home. Although you want the household to be festive, avoid any decorations near the stove and oven. In fact, don’t decorate within a few feet of this area. Both of these appliances are extremely hot during their operation, and they can ignite your pretty decorations, and may start a house fire! (more…)

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Setting Your Oven Temperature Perfectly for Holiday Cooking

November 6th, 2015

Milwaukee oven repair can fix oven controls

Milwaukee oven repair can fix oven controls

Whether your oven is a few months old or reaching 10 years old, you need a reliable temperature to cook and bake properly. Nothing is worse than burning those scrumptious cupcakes or scorching that chicken casserole. You might have had a Milwaukee oven repair person in recently to check your other appliances, but you can adjust the oven’s temperature on your own with a few tips from the experts: (more…)

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Protecting Your Indoor Appliances From Winter’s Fury

October 16th, 2015

Waste disposer repair or refrigerator repair, we can do itIt may be still warm outside, but winter’s cold will soon be upon every household in the region. In fact, you might have just completed a refrigerator repair for your home, so you want to keep it as pristine as possible even when howling winds take over outside. Protecting and winterizing your appliances involves plumbing and pipe care to reduce possible leaks from cracking materials. (more…)

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How to Save Money This Fall

September 12th, 2014

image of kitchen appliancesEveryone loves to save money, but how can you save money without leaving home? By spending an hour inspecting home appliances, you can potentially save yourself hundreds of dollars. A few simple tips and keen investigating are the only things you need to get started.

Why Is Fall Important For Your Home?

Fall is very important for several reasons. First, fall is convenient because it is just before winter and bad weather, so it pays to get ready. Fall is early enough to beat rodents and birds looking for a warm home, perhaps using your dryer vent. Since most people thoroughly clean their homes in the spring, why not schedule an hour for appliance inspections in the autumn to spread your home chores over the course of a year? Finally, it is always a great time to tune up appliances, so you can save more money all year round. Making replacements and repairs before a busy laundry season like winter is a great way to save money over the long-term. (more…)

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Maintaining Your Refrigerator During the Summer Months

June 6th, 2014

need to defrost the freezerAs the summer approaches, we are once again reminded of how important our beloved refrigerator is to our everyday life. This special appliance keeps our food from spoiling, helps limit our trips to the grocery store, and provides us with cold beverages to enjoy. It is important that we take care of this essential appliance so that it will keep working for us.

During the summer, as the temperature and humidity rises, our refrigerators have to work harder than they do during the rest of the year. Although we take care of our refrigerator, sometimes it stops working. Since this is a crucial time for having refrigeration, any issues that we have with our refrigerator are substantial inconveniences. (more…)

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5 Tips To Keep Your Appliances Running This Winter!

October 17th, 2013

In the chilly months of fall and even colder winter months, it is important to pay some attention to our home appliances to ensure that they get through these upcoming months in good working order. Homeowners often don’t spend much time thinking about their appliances unless there is a problem or one completely stops working. Taking the time and following these tips to keep your appliances in good condition will help extend the life and improve the efficiency of your appliances.

Here are some tips for getting your appliances ready for Fall / Winter:

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Summertime & Keeping Your Refrigerator Reliable

May 21st, 2013

As the weather heats up, your refrigerator has to work harder to keep things cold. An efficient refrigerator provides you with cold beverages and ice to help you stay cool during the summer. Proper refrigerator maintenance provides simple solutions to avoid odors, ensure reliability and keep your refrigerator running at optimum efficiency this summer. (more…)

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