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From Dispair to Repair - Appliance Care

Few things are as aggrivating as having an appliance stop working.  We all use them, rely on their work, and are used to them just working.  When they don't, it seems like the worst time possible.  For example, a refrigerator might stop workign at night, on a weekend, with it full of food and perishables.  (We work weekends).

Dishwasher repair: What to do when your dishwasher won’t drain properly

Many people will agree that having a dishwasher beats washing your dishes manually. However, the only issue with a dishwasher is that it needs of a bit of tending to now and again.

One of the most common problems people experience with their dishwashers is the fact that they stop draining properly. This may be something which you could fix yourself without having to phone a dishwasher repair company. Read on to discover the basic steps you should take before picking up the phone and seeking help.

Dryer Vent Maintenance - Make sure your dryer is working properly, save time, save money, avoid calling the appliance repairman

Are your clothes taking longer to dry than normal? If so, chances are that your dryer vent is squished, needs cleaned, or needs replaced.

In this video, Jonathan Hill, the Boise appliance repair man discusses common issues related to dryer vents. Please have a watch, and let us know how we can be of help.

Customers appreciate appliance repair

We serve a large customer base in Boise, Nampa, Meridian, and throughout the Treasure Valley, and one thing that we love, is the appreciacion received from a customer. We understand that when your appliances need repair, that your daily routine is thrown off and the inconvenience can be tremendous.

A diswasher that isn't washing dishes can cause a lot of extra work. A washing machine or dryer that is not doing it's job on laundry is no good, and, of course, a refrigerator or freezer that doesn't keep your food cool is a bit of an urgent situation.

Appliance Repair for the Do-it-yourselfer

Some people tinker, and in doing so, work to repair their own appliances. We support a variety of do-it-yourselfer's here in Boise. We have a large selection of parts, and a tremendous amount of expertise with specific repairs.

Each brand, make, and model can have their own nuances which can make repairs quite simple and, in some cases, a tricky repair.

Getting fixed up – what to look for from an appliance repair company

So many modern homes are full of appliances. That means things that can go wrong. And invariably do. But when appliances break down it shouldn’t cause too much of a headache.

That is, not if you find a quality appliance repair company. But let’s imagine a few horror scenarios first before we examine what to look for from the professionals.

When appliances go wrong – finding a quality refrigerator repair service

Our modern homes are stacked full of everyday appliances we’ve come to rely on. In fact, we tend to only realize how much we value them when something goes wrong. And we all know what a headache broken down appliances can be. For starters, you’re immediately inconvenienced.

Let’s take a refrigerator as an example. Your food is in danger of perspiring now that it’s not in a chilled environment. Then you have the hassle of finding an engineer to fix the problem. You check your warranty first of all hoping to find a chink of light.


If the unit is not self-defrosting and the temperatures begin to rise...

1. Check the frost buildup on the inside of the freezer. If it is heavily frosted, manually defrost the freezer by turning it off at the thermostat. Unplug from the wall and allow 12 hours for the unit to defrost, with both doors open. If the unit is not an automatic self-defrosting model...

2. Defrost the unit once a year or as often as needed. Follow the proper defrosting methods. DO NOT USE a knife, pick, hammer, chisel, screwdriver, etc. or any sharp object)


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