Is your washing machine acting a little strange lately? Like all of us dealing with the new normal these days, your washing machine may be sending you signals that it needs a little special attention.
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From burned-out lightbulbs, leaks, and weakened cooling systems, your refrigerator goes through a lot of wear and tear. Before you come home to a fridge full of spoiled food, here are the signs you need to look out for to see if your refrigerator is dying or needs TLC from a local Colorado appliance repair pro.
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Do you need refrigerator repair? Or should you just replace your old refrigerator?
If your refrigerator is making clunking or hissing sounds, it’s a definite sign that something is wrong. Other issues you may notice include a fridge that is cycling on and off constantly or if you notice water leaking from the bottom. One of the most problematic issues is a fridge that stops working completely because you run the risk of having your food spoil.
For some Colorado Springs homeowners, the idea of spending money on an appliance repairman to fix an old refrigerator is not a welcome thought, and the possibility of simply buying a new one is the more appealing option. But what if your budget is preventing you from going all-out on a new stainless steel, top-of-the-line fridge? Should you repair the old one or find a way to get a new fridge in your home?
Here are a few things to think about to help you make a decision.