Why Does Your Food Keep Spoiling?

19 November 2017
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It's frustrating to come back to your fridge ready to cook up some chicken, only to find that it smells off. Sometimes, a fridge doesn't quite keep foods fresh until their expected expiration date. When you find that repeatedly happening to you, you might want to look into these possible causes.  Are You Shutting the Door Correctly? This is one of the simplest possible explanations you could hope for. The door might not shut for a few reasons. Read More 

Is Your Refrigerator Running? Troubleshooting For The Mechanically Un-Inclined

27 June 2017
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If the last adjective you'd use to describe yourself is "handy," you might react with dread when you realize that your refrigerator is on the fritz. The good news is that many times, the fridge can act up without there being a huge problem. Although you might not be ready to take on complicated appliance repair projects, there are some tasks that you can do on your own, saving yourself the expense of an appliance services expert. Read More 

Fixing Common Kitchen Appliance Issues

9 May 2017
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Kitchen appliances have special place in the hearts of many homeowners, thanks to the fact that they cut down on the amount of time spent performing dull, repetitive, or unwanted tasks. Perhaps for that reason, nothing could be more frustrating than a kitchen appliance that ceases to work the way it should. If you would like to improve your DIY repair skills, here is how to handle three frequently encountered kitchen appliance problems. Read More 

Are You Looking To Have Commerical HVAC Installation Done? Learn What Factors Affect The Price For Your Installation

10 March 2017
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If you own a commercial building, you may be looking to have commercial HVAC installation done. Unlike in a home, an HVAC unit in a commercial building may be responsible for heating or cooling multiple spaces or floors. As such, the machine is larger and there are many more ducts and vents through which the air travels. If you have never had this process done before, you may be unsure what factors affect the price of your installation job. Read More