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Thursday, July 27, 2017

Now is the time!

Your air conditioner has been working hard. Its been working so hard, that it likely needs a boost about this time of the year. Head on down to our store and pick up an air conditioner filter so you can keep your home nice and cool.

Thursday, July 20, 2017


Seals are an important thing in large appliances. From fridges, freezers, ovens, and every dryers they are essential to ensuring that your appliance performs effectively.

If your seal is broken or otherwise needs replacing, call us and we'll get you fixed in no time!

Thursday, July 13, 2017

REMINDER: Now is the time!

Now is the time of the year when your dyer vents have been filling up and need cleaned out! Letting your dryer go much longer will clog it with lint, making it harder to dry, wasting electricity, and heating flammable lint. For a great tutorial on how to clean the lint out, go here.

Thursday, July 6, 2017

Summer is upon us, and our freezers are feeling it!

With hotter temperatures, comes higher energy bills to keep your freezer running at it's best. However, those bills can be lowered by making sure your freezer is working properly. Here's 3 tips to get your freezer working at it's highest efficiently.

Clean Coils

Cleaning the coils is essential to having any freezer running effectively. Besides getting the occasional dust out of the way, you should also unplug and wash the coils with warm, soapy water at least once a year.


If your freezer ends up accumulating an inch or more, it is time to defrost. Ice any thicker makes the freezer retain bad smells, not keep things as cold, and wastes a lot of electricity. To defrost, unplug and remove everything from the freezer and keep all of it as cool as possible in another fridge or freezer. Keep the freezer unplugged and defrosting till the ice is gone. After that, wipe it dry.

Air Circulation

For a freezer to run its most efficiently, it needs to have enough for air circulation to go all the way around it. This makes it so that the coils don't get dust faster, and need to be defrosted less often.