Has Your Home Appliance Just Stopped Working?

Have you ever had an appliance stop working just after the warranty has expired? It can be an annoying problem, but it's one that is all too common. Once an appliance has failed, what are your options? Most appliances are used regularly in your home; often your washing machine will be running two or three times a week, for example. Other appliances could be running every day, so a delay is not a viable choice. [Read More]

Commercial Fridges and Freezers

Selecting the right refrigeration and freezing products may be something that we take for granted. As long as it does its job that's all you need to consider right? Wrong! When it comes to researching and making a final decision about what best suits you and your business, there are a few important factors to consider. To run a successful restaurant, hotel, cafe, requires careful thought and consideration.  Size: The size of the refrigeration is important simply because you'll need to be able to house and keep all the food that your business will store. [Read More]

Simple Tips to Help You Get the Most Out of Your Refrigerator

Refrigerators are simple machines to manage. Once you are done with the electrical connections and temperature preference settings, it is time to let the machine hum away while you enjoy your regular treats to cold drinks and quick dishes. Take note, though. This comfort brings a lot of laxity when it comes to caring for your fridge, and it's only a matter of time before it breaks down or performs below its optimum level. [Read More]

A Few Simple But Important Commercial Refrigerator Maintenance Tips

Keeping your commercial refrigerator in good shape often includes just a little bit of maintenance on your part; this can mean avoiding unnecessary repairs and prolonging the life of the unit. Very often the things you need to do to keep your commercial refrigerator in good repair are not complicated, and some simple and affordable fixes can save you money on those big fixes down the road. Note a few tips for keeping your commercial unit in good repair and functioning optimally. [Read More]