A client recently asked what is the best way to sanitize your washing machine and dryer. With some much advice on the web these days about appliance repair topics, we thought we'd share our thoughts on this topic this month.
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.
Has your washing machine been going "bump" in the night? Is your washer refusing to drain, or worse, leaking water all over your floor? Read on to find out when a DIY fix will work for three common washing machine problems.
Do you have a walking washer on your hands?
Washing machines aren’t really able to walk. For many families, however, a “walking” washer is a chronic problem. Walking washers are a minor safety hazard, but they’re also notorious for extending wash cycles and increasing water usage.
Below, you’ll find the definition and causes for a walking washing machine. While there is some basic troubleshooting you can do at home, it is best advised to contact a Colorado Springs appliance repairman to come take a look at any problem appliance.
Unless you wash your clothes by hand, chances are you use your washing machine pretty regularly. But what happens when it starts to not work properly? Do you call a Colorado Springs washing machine repair service right away, or do you troubleshoot the problem yourself to see if it’s an easy fix