Close to one-quarter of all American homes have more than one refrigerator-freezer combination. While this extra appliance may be considered a luxury, when you find yourself in need of freezer repair service, it may seem like something you can’t live without. Is your freezer on the fritz? When you’re freezer is not working properly, it’s important to have it… Continue reading 5 Signs You Need Freezer Repair
From messy sports tournaments played outside to everyday living, the laundry room can easily become a place that’s chaotic and disorganized. Ideally, you should treat this space just like you do every other room of your home in order to ensure that it stays neat and tidy. If you’re not sure how to organize your… Continue reading How to Organize Your Laundry Room like a Pro [laundry room organizational tips]
Are Appliance Repairs Costly? The good thing about owning a home is that you have a space that is all yours and you don’t have to share walls – or floors and ceilings – with complete strangers. The not so great thing is that, when things break, it’s your responsibility to fix or replace them.… Continue reading How much does it cost to repair an appliance?
Have you noticed your refrigerator isn’t cooling as it normally does? Here are the steps you’ll need to take to fix your refrigerator. Easy DIY Refrigerator Troubleshooting Guide There’s nothing quite so frustrating as opening your refrigerator, reaching in, and noticing that it is not nearly cool enough to keep your food from spoiling. This… Continue reading How to Fix Your Refrigerator in 6 Easy Steps
Approximately 85 percent of homes in the U.S. have a washing machine. If your home falls into this category, are you happy with your current setup, or are you considering investing in a new washer? When it comes to choosing a washing machine, there are tons of options out there. Two of the most popular styles, though,… Continue reading Top Load vs Front Load Washer [How to Know Which is Best for You]
Cold weather means turning on your furnace, something that would be very difficult to live without. Because your furnace is such an essential appliance it’s not fun to think about what would happen if it broke. That said, this is something you must plan for. For any appliance, you need to keep track of its… Continue reading What Problems Do The Majority Of Furnaces Have?
Rediscovered this article on Lee’s from The Denver Post dating back to 2009. https://www.denverpost.com/2009/01/29/downturn-is-good-time-to-fix-old-w… While Jerry has retired, Zach, the younger tech depicted is still with Lee’s with almost 20 years of service, and is one of our most experienced Senior Technicians. The article speaks about repairing appliances in a downturn economy. Fast forward to 2018… Continue reading Denver Post and Lees Appliance and Refrigeration 2009
When I ask a Tech, what the greatest danger is they face as an Appliance repair Technician, the immediate answer is almost always electricity. Of course they are right, but apart from electricity we face other dangers, both for ourselves and our customers. For ourselves, the other greatest concern is injuring ourselves handling appliances. Either by… Continue reading Electricity, Water and Other Dangers Faced by an Appliance Repair Tech
We deal with a lot of property management companies and one of the more common problems when a new tenant moves into a rental property, is that they will be concerned about cleanliness of stoves, ovens, refrigerators and dishwashers. While property managers will do their best to ensure that a new rental is in top… Continue reading Filthy Smelly Dishwasher
Icemaker on the Fritz If your icemaker starts acting up, either producing no ice or small ice, this could be as a result of poor water supply. Three common problem areas are a frozen inlet tube on the icemaker. Ice maker DIY Fix 1. Top Freeze icemakers are usually very easy to remove. The inlet… Continue reading Refrigerator Fixes – Ice Maker