Erica Fuller

Air Conditioning Components That Often Need To Be Replaced

Your home's air conditioner will eventually need to undergo repairs to replace components that have become too worn to function properly. Due to the types of wear that your air conditioner can be prone to, there are some components that will be more likely to need to be replaced. Internal Temperature Sensors While your thermostat will control when the air conditioner is running, this device will also have internal temperature sensors that are designed to help protect it from a variety of malfunctions.

4 Reasons Why Your Washing Machine Is Making So Much Noise

Your washing machine is not a silent machine; it is going to make some noise when it is operating. However, your washing machine should not suddenly start making a significant amount of noise all of a sudden. If you notice that your washing machine is making sounds that it was not making before, you are going to need to figure out what is going on. Here are four reasons why your washing machine may be making some unexpected noises.

Microwave Repair Vs. Replacement: Which Should You Do?

Back in the '80's, microwaves cost a small fortune, and they were not very good at cooking much of anything unless you were willing to wait a very long time for what you were cooking. Fast forward to 2018, and microwaves on sale at just the right time of year or purchased from a big box store may not cost you more than two pairs of pants. Mind-blowing, right? So, you might be asking why anyone would want to repair a microwave, rather than just replace it.

Three Reasons Your Furnace May Make Noise

Is your furnace making noise? If the noises are not too loud, you may be tempted to just ignore them. After all, if your furnace is still blowing out warm air, the problem can't be too bad -- right? Well, not necessarily. Furnace noises can have any number of possible causes; some of which are more worrisome than others. Here are three possible reasons why your furnace is making noise.

Save Money With How You Use Your Appliances

Did you know that the way you use your appliances can determine how much you spend on your monthly utility bills? You may not realize that a lot of the things you are doing on a regular basis can be increasing your bills unnecessarily. The information below will help you to lower your monthly bills without making drastic changes to the way you do things around your house. Here are some small changes you can implement that can help you see big results on those monthly bills: