Posts filed under: DIY Repair Tips

If you’re upgrading or installing a new climate control system in your home, you may be wondering what your best options are. Should you purchase a traditional air conditioner, an air handler, or a combination of the two? Find out...
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Air conditioners are able to cool your home thanks to a refrigeration system that’s similar to your home refrigerator, only much more powerful. These sealed systems are more dependable today than ever, but contamination still happens, which is why an...
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A dishwasher air gap is something many people have heard of, but aren’t actually sure what it is or what it does. We’re here to help change that! If you have a dishwasher air gap currently installed in your home,...
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One thing we have noticed in our line of work is that many people make the mistake of replacing their window air conditioner before they really need to. If your A/C unit is performing sluggishly, often times it just needs...
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Before you decide to replace your defrost timer, it’s a good idea to troubleshoot the timer to make sure it is, in fact, the problem. Before you can test the timer, you’ll need to know how the defrost timer works....
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Keeping your service vehicle stocked with commonly failed appliance parts is a great way to ensure that you fix your customers’ appliances within one trip. Not only does a well-executed truck stock plan benefit your customer (we all know customers...
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Your dishwasher won’t drain!? What a hassle. Not only does a broken dishwasher cause you to stay in the kitchen longer at night, but it also can lead to stinky water backup and a costly repair. That’s enough to make...
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