All posts by: Lance Kimball

There are some refrigerator maintenance tips we regularly check off our to-do list. Cleaning out the refrigerator? Check. Learning how to change refrigerator water filter? Check. Cleaning the condenser coils? Not so much. Not only does this task rarely get...
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While some appliance maintenance can be deferred to suit your schedule, changing a refrigerator water filter shouldn’t be one of those tasks. With that said, you may still be wondering, “How often should I change my refrigerator water filter?” We’ll...
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Now that it’s warmer most of us have likely been running the air conditioner more frequently. But what if you soon find your air conditioner makes loud noise when starting? We’ll review common parts failures when your ac runs loud...
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Though dryer vent cleaning is only recommended every 6-12 months many of us neglect it, thinking it’s too difficult and time-consuming. But with the right equipment, this doesn’t have to be the case. Our step-by-step guide for how to clean...
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After coming home on a raw and windy day, all you want to do is turn up the heat and unwind. But it can be hard to relax when you realize your furnace not blowing hot air. It’s even harder...
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Most of the time we just want our air conditioning to work with no questions asked. But if you’re installing a new air conditioner or if the refrigerant in your current unit has to be changed, you have to ask...
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Have you been hearing about the benefits of mini split AC systems? Mini split air conditioning systems are ductless AC systems, which means you can save 20-30% per month on utility costs. It’s no wonder there is such a buzz...
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Nobody wants to listen to a refrigerator that makes loud noises all the time. But knowing how to fix a noisy refrigerator eludes many of us. We’ve got a few tips on how to stop a refrigerator from buzzing that’ll...
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Most people think all of the vents in their home do the same thing, but there’s a difference between supply and return grilles for controlling the airflow in your home. All of these components are generically referred to as vents,...
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