When an appliance is acting up, it’s a good idea to check the manual to troubleshoot common problems. Some appliance repairs can be done without calling a professional, such as:
Replacing a refrigerator gasket Replacing an oven door seal Fixing a broken water dispenser or ice maker in a refrigerator Replacing an electric burner Recalibrating an oven thermostat Cleaning a clogged inlet screen on a slow-filling washing machine Checking the drain hose in a washing machine that won’t drain Remember that appliances have many delicate components, so if you don’t have the proper tools or you aren’t comfortable tackling a repair, it’s best to turn to a professional.
Why use Home Alliance Company?
Our professional, trained, and highly skilled technicians cover product maintenance, diagnostics, and repair. We offer exceptional service at fair, competitive rates and use only genuine replacement parts that are backed by a one-year replacement warranty.
How long does it take to wash a load of laundry?
Though it may not seem like it, laundry doesn't take that long. A wash cycle is about 30 minutes per load, and a dry cycle lasts around an hour.
Is a Tankless Water Heater better than a conventional storage tank?
The answer is yes and no. Tankless water heaters are great, they have very low operating costs, because they use very little energy, can be installed in tight spaces, provide an endless supply of hot water if designed properly. The pros of a conventional storage tank are that they have a low upfront installation cost, require very little or no maintenance, require no electricity to operate on most models. Repairs are less expensive than a tankless when needed. Contact us at (877) 777-0796, and let us help choose the right option for your home or business.
I want to follow up on a repair of some parts.
I'm so sorry, he won't be able to answer the phone. So let me send him a message, and during the day, I will get back to you with the information because it is Sunday, our technician doesn't work today. Anyway, if not even today, we will update you tomorrow morning.
I AM REPLACING THE OUTDOOR UNIT, DOES THE INDOOR UNIT NEED REPLACING?
The outdoor unit, also known as the condenser unit and the indoor unit, also known as the air handler are two separate units. Each unit works independently and does not need to be replaced if the other is. The role of the condenser is to remove heat from the system, while the role of the air handler is to condition and circulate the air.
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