Refrigerator Repair Tips Every Homeowner Should Know

17 November 2017
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Being a homeowner means being responsible for every single appliance in your home. Every time your appliance breaks down you could purchase a new one, but this is going to cost you quite a bit of money over time. Making repairs is your best bet. If you aren't sure what you're doing, you should hire a professional appliance repair technician to help you. As a homeowner though, you should know how to do some minor repairs, especially to your refrigerator that keeps your food cold. Read More 

How To Investigate And Fix A Washing Machine That Does Not Spin

21 June 2017
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Most homeowners have their own washing machines in their home to help them clean their laundry. If you are dependent on your top loading washing machine, then you may be unhappy when the appliance stops working. Washing machines can break or stop working for a variety of reasons and the inability of the tub to spin is one of the most common issues that homeowners experience. If you notice this issue, then keep reading to learn how you can troubleshoot and fix the problem. Read More 

Replacing The Gasket On Your Fridge Door

29 April 2017
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Having access to a functional refrigerator makes it easier for you to keep perishable foods in your home. Modern refrigerators are fitted with doors that have a rubber gasket which helps to create an airtight seal. When the gasket on your fridge's door malfunctions, the freshness of the foods you store in your fridge could be compromised. Here are three tips that you can use to help replace a faulty gasket on your refrigerator's door in the future. Read More 

Setting Up Your Kitchen Space To Produce Commercial Foods

8 March 2017
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If you are considering starting a business that involves food preparation and sales, you will likely need to set up a commercial kitchen in your home or business. In many states, you can work from a home if you can meet all the guidelines from the local health department but commercial equipment is often required. If you are opening a shop, restaurant, or business outside your home, you will definitely need to look at commercial options for your kitchen. Read More