Tips For Maintaining A New Front Loader Washing Machine

If you're looking to invest in a new washing machine, you may be considering one of those high-efficiency models that's made to load from the front. They are ideal for people who are looking to reduce their water consumption, and the lack of an agitator means that the machine will be easier on your clothes. However, they do have unique maintenance needs. Here are a few things you need to know about keeping a front-loading washing machine clean and functional.

FAQ About A Gas Stove Burner With An Ignition Problem

Are you trying to figure out why one of the burners on your gas stove doesn't work? One of the most common reasons for a burner to stop working is having a problematic igniter in place. You will either need to get the igniter repaired or purchase a new one. Here are the answers to a few questions that you might have in regards to a malfunctioning burner. Why Is an Igniter Important to a Gas Stove?

Hot Spot Hunting: Troubleshooting Warm Spots In Your Central Air

With the late summer heat flourishing, your central air conditioning is being tested to its limits right now. If you find a spot in your home that seems consistently warmer than the rest, it may mean that the air flow in the system is inefficient or blocked from that particular vent. Here are a few things you can check to narrow down the source of the problem before you call an AC technician.

Breaking Down Three Common Misconceptions About Your Dishwasher

Appliance repair technicians hear misconceptions about various home appliances all the time. Here are three about your dishwasher set straight for you. #1 Water In The Bottom Of The Dishwasher When your dishwasher finishes cleaning your dishes, you may see a little bit of water sitting in the bottom of your dishwasher. Many people wrongly believe that any water sitting at the bottom of their dishwasher means that it is broken.

5 Tips For Getting The Most Out Of Your Washing Machine

Here are five tips designed to help you get the most out of your washing machines while also preventing your washing machine from breaking down. Make Heavy Loads Smaller Some loads of laundry are heavier than others. For example, if you fill your washing machine up with beach towels verses a load of t-shirts, the beach towels are considerably heavier when dry and when wet. When you have to wash loads that are particularly heavy, such as loads of beach towels or blankets, wash smaller loads so that you don't strain your washing machine under all the additional weight that those types of loads present.