Need A New Fridge In Your RV? Here's What You Need To Know

Posted on: 2 August 2017

An RV is a home for the road, oftentimes having everyday amenities that you would find right in your stationery home, such as a refrigerator. While most RVers will get years of use out of the fridge that comes with their unit when it is purchased, just like any home appliance, the RV fridge does have a limited lifespan, so you may eventually be faced with needing a replacement. If the fridge in your RV is ready for removal, you are bound to have some questions. [Read More]

3 Reasons To Install A New HVAC Unit In Your Rental Property

Posted on: 17 May 2017

As a landlord, you might try to cut costs on maintaining your rental property as much as you can. If this is the case, then you might not have thought about buying a new HVAC unit for the property that you rent out. Even though you might be hesitant to shell out this much cash at once, you should know that it can be wise to do so. These are a few reasons to consider it. [Read More]

How To Replace A Dishwasher Pump

Posted on: 1 March 2017

If your dishwasher has dirty water on the bottom, the pump may need replacing. The dishwasher pump is attached to the end of the sprayer arms, and it pushes water through the arms. Pumps can easily get damaged after much use, but it is easy to replace them yourself. Here are tips to replace a dishwasher pump. Prepare to Work For this project, you need: rubber work gloves voltage tester towels Phillips, Torx, and flat-blade screwdrivers adjustable pliers replacement pump Shut off power to the dishwasher from the breaker, and unplug the cord. [Read More]

Dryer Burning Your Clothes? How To Repair This

Posted on: 7 February 2017

Your dryer runs fairly warm in order to get your clothes and towels dry and fluffy. If your dryer is running a little too hot and is actually scorching your clothing, you could have a potential problem (and a possible fire hazard). A dryer that runs too hot can be caused from a build up of lint. That lint is a great fire-starter, but not one you want inside your home. [Read More]