The key to a healthy laundry appliance is keeping it well maintained and making sure to fix any damages as quickly as possible. In order to increase the longevity of your appliances, keeping them well maintained will decrease the chances your washer or dryer will break down. Here are some tips that that will save you from unwanted repair expenses.
This past year flew by pretty fast, hasn’t it? It’s already September, which also means that fall is right around the corner (3 weeks to be exact). Since the seasons are changing we should also be changing some routines such as prepping your appliances for the cooler weather.
As household owners, we’ve all had to pay an arm and a leg for certain appliances, but are they worth buying if it doesn’t last long? Appliances are a necessity of modern living, but getting one that lasts a decade or more is difficult because of changes in technology and modifications. Knowing the average life of an appliance can help you determine if purchasing a top-of-the-line appliance is worth it and when you should start saving for a new appliance. 1st Source Servall is here to inform you on the life expectancy of your appliances and to hopefully help you determine when to get a new one.
Dishwashers were created to make life a little bit easier by washing our dishes for us. It seems all fairly easy. All you have to do is put your dishes in and press the button but …there’s a good chance millions of us have been doing it wrong.
Here we have 7 things to avoid when using the dishwasher:
Have you noticed that your dryer is taking a long time to dry? There are a few different reasons this could be happening, and one of them is that your dryer door seal needs to be replaced. The dryer door seal is the seal around the inside of the door of your dryer that helps keep the heat within the unit. Here are step-by-step instructions for repairing a Maytag (Whirlpool) Dryer (model number MGDC300BW1) by replacing the door seal (part number W10389572).