Is Your Microwave In Need Of Repair? Here's How To Tell

You have a microwave, and for the most part, the unit does its job well. However, you've been noticing that your microwave isn't working as it normally does and is actually causing somewhat of a problem. You can get the unit repaired or replaced, and in many instances, repairing the unit can be cheaper. This is especially the case if you have a larger microwave or one of the versions that is installed in the wall of your kitchen. [Read More]

Troubleshooting Your Washer: Three Problems To Look For

Having your washing machine stop working can be frustrating, but knowing a few basics about washer repair can help you troubleshoot some of the smaller problems. If you're having problems with your washer, here are some signs to look for. Clogged Drain Hose A clogged drain hose can lead to an array of problems. It can prevent the tub from draining properly, which can leave your clothes soaked even after the spin cycle. [Read More]

Reviving A Failing Fridge: 3 Tips For Better Food Storage Performance

The cost of replacing a non-working refrigerator is a major expense for most families. Depending on the size and model, a typical refrigerator purchase from a home improvement store or appliance retailer can range from several hundred dollars to a few thousand dollars. The good news, however, is that a refrigerator that suddenly becomes unable to cool the interior to the desired level for safe food storage may not actually need to be replaced. [Read More]