How to Determine If Your Furnace Has One or Two Motors

Posted by Nina Harlach on 10/17/2018 to Help
How to Determine If Your Furnace Has One or Two Motors

We’re officially at the time of year where homeowners, business owners and the like all over the country are beginning to turn on their furnaces for the next several months.  With this, unfortunately, some may notice that their furnace is not working up to par and may need a new motor or other replacement parts to get it working as good as it should be.

Learn how to determine if your furnace has one or two motors, and which one may need to be replaced:

Preventing Oven Fires!

Posted by Jessica Zoldowski on 10/1/2018 to Appliance Maintenance


Ovens don’t seem too dangerous unless your using high heat. The possible thing that could happen would be burning your hand. However, did you know ovens can catch on fire? Whether you did or didn’t, there are ways to prevent fires within the oven and how to stop a fire if one does occur.

Fall Driving Safety

Posted by Jessica Zoldowski on 9/24/2018 to Help


Since fall has arrived, it’s time to think about safety when driving. Fall may seem like any other driving season, but there are things to be aware of now. Read below for how to be safe this fall season.

How to Save Water Use with Your Appliances

Posted by Maddie Taggart on 8/27/2018 to Dishwasher
When using appliances like your dishwasher and washing machine, you tend to use a lot of water. Same goes for  when you use your sink or shower, and even when you clean. So, here are some tips to help conserve water use when using your water-savvy appliances.

The Importance of a Clean Ice Maker

Posted by Maddie Taggart on 8/20/2018 to Appliance Maintenance
The ice maker, which is inside your refrigerator, makes ice and dispenses water. Since it houses that drinking water, it's important to keep it clean. If not maintained it will taste different, damage your machine, or even cause mold or slime to grow which could make you sick.

Microwaves and Plastic Containers Don't Mix

Posted by Maddie Taggart on 8/13/2018 to Dishwasher
Are you one of the many who puts plastic bottles or containers in the microwave to heat their contents up? Or, in the dishwasher to get them spotlessly clean? Well, think again because a new study that The American Academy of Pediatrics put out says that putting plastic dishware in the microwave or dishwasher can cause the release of dangerous chemicals.

The Right Way to Use Your Refrigerator Crisper

Posted by Maddie Taggart on 8/6/2018 to DIY
Every refrigerator has a crisper drawer, usually meant for produce. Its high humidity level is supposed to keep fruit and vegetables fresher for longer. But, which foods should be stored together, kept apart, and what is the exact humidity level to keep it at?

Naturally Scent Your Laundry

Posted by Maddie Taggart on 7/23/2018 to DIY
Everybody loves taking their clothes out of the washing machine or dryer and getting a whiff of a clean, fresh scent. However, some detergents and dryer sheets are full of harmful chemicals. Using natural ingredients from vinegar to essential oils are much better options than the store-bought alternatives.
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