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Need Your Microwave Repaired? 3 Questions To Ask Yourself

If you are like most Americans, you may use your microwave oven more than your regular oven. if you have noticed that your microwave is starting to act up, then you may want to have it repaired. But before you do, ask yourself these questions. Ready to learn some more? If so, then read on.  1: Is It Worth Having Repaired?  Because microwaves tend to be under

2 Things To Try When Your Dishwasher Does Not Clean The Dishes

When a dishwasher quits washing the dishes, things can become frustrating. If you have a dishwasher that's serving as more of a drying machine because you have to wash the dishes before you put them into it, it's time to find out what's going on with it. Here, you'll find a few tips that'll help you decide if it's time to replace your dishwasher or if it can be repair

Three Reasons To Consider Installing A Smart Thermostat

Smart thermostats are a recent innovation that link your home's HVAC thermostat to the internet, allowing a wider range of functions when compared to traditional analog functions. This means that smart thermostat can provide a number of unique climate control benefits to your home. Understanding some of the largest benefits of installing a smart thermostat in your hom

Gray Water Hoses: What These Are, Why Your Appliances Need Them, And How To Repair Them

If you have not looked behind your washer or your dishwasher recently, you probably should. You should definitely look behind them if you are experiencing a lot of water pooling on the floor near these appliances. That is generally a good indication that these appliances are leaking from something. That something is probably the gray water hose. Here is more informati

Why Won't Your Washing Machine Spin?

Washing machines generally fill up with water, agitate your clothing, and then spin to get the water out of your clothing. But what should you do if your machine has filled with water and agitated — but has stopped before the spin cycle? There may or may not actually be anything wrong with your washing machine. It could just be a case of operator error. Follow these s