Troubleshooting a Refrigerator Door That Sweats

If you notice moisture along your refrigerator door, chances are that there are some defective parts that are letting in warm air and causing the appliance to run inefficiently. Read on to learn different parts that could be causing the sweating and how to fix the issue.  Defective door hinges The fresh food and freezer doors need to close properly so as to prevent warm air from getting in. These doors rotate on hinges that allow the doors to pivot easily so as to close tightly. [Read More]

Steps To Clean Your Central A/C Unit's Condenser

If your central air conditioner's condenser becomes dirty, the air that blows out of the vents inside of your home may not be as cool as usual. Clean the condenser with the following steps to improve your unit's performance: Use The Following Items screwdriver wire brush soapy water lint free cloths shop vacuum cleaner fin tool scrub brush naval jelly rust inhibiting spray ​Remove Surface Dirt Disconnect the power to your central air conditioning system. [Read More]