Posts filed under: DIY Repair Tips

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,...
Continue Reading →
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...
Continue Reading →
It’s always a good idea to find ways to improve your home’s energy efficiency, but spring is a particularly ideal time as it accompanies spring cleaning! There are some simple cleaning tasks and adjustments that can greatly improve your home’s...
Continue Reading →
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....
Continue Reading →
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...
Continue Reading →
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...
Continue Reading →
If your ice maker isn’t working, don’t run out and buy an ice maker before properly diagnosing the problem.  Slow and no ice production or other ice maker related issues can be caused by a few different components including the...
Continue Reading →