Why You Must Fix Appliances Before Selling Your Home

Posted on: 19 November 2017

When you are selling a house, generally the items that are fixed to the floor or walls stay with the home. That includes light fixtures and things like washer and dryer or dishwasher. What happens if your dishwasher has been broken for a long time and you're supposed to leave it for the next owner? It can make your property  much less attractive to a potential buyer. Buyers Get Suspicious
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Considerations When Purchasing A Used Refrigerator

Posted on: 14 August 2017

If you are thinking of replacing your current refrigerator, you may be considering a used appliance. Still, when making a used-refrigerator purchase, there are some things that you should consider. Here are a few of them: The Age of the Appliance Even if a 15-year-old refrigerator looks great on the outside, the appliance may not have much life left in it. If an older model that has been in service for more than 10 years does continue working great for years to come, it is likely still not as energy-efficient as its newer counterparts.
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3 Tips To Help Your Refrigerator Run More Efficiently

Posted on: 7 April 2017

You and your family probably rely on your refrigerator on a daily basis to keep your food and beverages cold. Ensuring that your refrigerator works as efficiently as possible is important for a few reasons; it can help you ensure that you keep food at the proper temperature, for one thing. Additionally, a more efficient refrigerator can be less prone to repair issues, since there is less wear and tear. Plus, you can save money on your electric bill by taking steps to make your refrigerator run as efficiently as possible.
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Troubleshooting A Rattling Sound In Your AC System

Posted on: 5 April 2017

AC rattling can be a distraction and a nuisance, and it can also signal a more serious problem, so it's wise to have it diagnosed and repaired right away. Whether you're hoping it's not a serious issue and that you can fix it yourself or whether you're just looking for more information so you can describe the problem more accurately to the contractor, here are a few issues that could cause a rattling sound to develop.
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