Tips & Ideas

care for your home appliances

  • Use appropriate amount of detergent

    Regardless of what’s recommended on detergent packaging, follow your owner’s manual for the manufacturer’s recommended amount of detergent....

  • Do not overload

    Washing machine – Maintenance tips for your washing machine Follow the owner’s manual’s instructions for appropriate loading sizes. Oversized loads will throw the machine off balance and that will lead to problems....

  • Keep washing machine level

    Washing machine – Maintenance tips for your washing machine It’s abnormal for washing machines to vibrate the floor and walls of your laundry room. If your washing machine is not exactly level, with all four legs on the floor, it...

Professional Tips

  • Washing Machine Maintenance
    Nowadays customers have a wide range of choices depending on their needs, budget and available features. Options range from simple manual machines to complex automatic machines that can perform various functions such as filling, emptying, washing, spinning, drying and more.
  • Washing Machine Repairs
    If the machine develops a problem, you may be tempted to replace it with a new one, but this should not be so, the good news is that our technical experts will fix almost any problem within a few hours and at a fraction of the cost of a new one.
  • Inspect the hoses
    Check your washing machine’s water hoses for signs of wear or weakness a few times monthly year. If you discover any cracks or blistering, replace the hose. Any damage could cause a leak or burst – and extremely expensive flood damage in your home. Most manufacturers recommend replacing the hoses every five years. For more peace of mind, use high-quality, stainless steel hoses.
  • Maintenance Tips for front load washers
    Always use detergent made for high-efficiency (HE) machines, and use the minimum amount (more is not necessarily better). Regular detergents produce much more suds, and over time, can build up a film on the drum and hoses that become a breeding ground for mold, and may even mechanically or electronically damage a front-load machine.