Washing Machine Hose Replacement

May 11, 2015 | Posted in Uncategorized | By

Have you ever looked at the water hoses that attach your washing machine lately?

If your washing machine hoses are made of rubber and have been in use for more than 5 years then they probably need replacing. The rubber hose flexes each time the water is turned on and off by your washing machine and that causes the rubber to become fatigued. The rubber hose loses its elasticity over time; particularly around the ends and they will eventually burst. The end result can be a catastrophic with a busted water hose; water will spray everywhere on the ceiling, walls and floor. It will also flood the surrounding area costing you thousands of dollars in repairs.

Visual inspections of your washing machine hoses will sometimes show bulging that can indicate that they are about to burst, but this is not always the case. It is not always apparent that there is a problem and the hose can burst at any time, not just when the washer machine is in use. So this is why we are offering this opportunity to replace your washing hoses at a special price of 59.95 plus tax. We will also complete a 5 point washing machine inspection.

Hurry book now because this is a limited time offer that ends June 15, 2015.

The 5 point check includes:

Front Load Washer

  1. Check belt if it has one
  2. Check front boot (rubber ring)
  3. Run spin test to make sure bearings ok
  4. Check smell soap use age
  5. Check washer hoses and replace with Professional Stainless Steel Hoses

Top Load Washer

  1. Check spin cycle
  2. Check tub is ok
  3. Check transmission no oil leak
  4. Check washer hoses and replace with Professional Stainless Steel Hoses
  5. Check coupling or belt

Please note: some washers may not covered under this promotion. If your washing machine is not assessable or build in where access to the rear of the machine is hindered, we reserve the right to decline this promotion.

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Dirty Dishes?

February 6, 2015 | Posted in Uncategorized | By

Are you having trouble with your dishwasher not cleaning your dishes properly?  If you recently had a hot water heater installed, your water may not be hot enough.  Some areas have introduced regulations that require new hot water heaters to have a safety valve to prevent the water temperature from going higher than 100 degrees.  This is a safety precaution to prevent accidental burns.


To meet new Energy Consumption Standards, dishwashers have a “High Temperature Wash” or “HI TEMP” switch to boost your water temperature to the proper washing temperature which is 140 degrees.   This high water temperature is necessary to activate the soap additives in order to clean your dishes.


So, if you are having problems with your dishes not coming clean it could be because your water temperature is not hot enough.  Try turning on the “High Temperature Wash” button.  Your dishwasher may also have a sanitize cycle which may also help clean your dishes better.

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