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    Hiring A Professional vs Doing It Yourself

    When it comes to large home appliance installation, you may have a plethora of questions. Specifically, one of your first questions might be, “Should I install this myself? Or should I have a professional come in and do it?” Lucky for you, Appliance Repair Cleveland is here to help you! In this blog post, we will be discussing why you should have a professional repairs or service person instal…Read More

  2. Most Common Washer Problems You May Be Experiencing

    Our washers are some of the most heavily used appliances in our homes, which can make it a huge pain when they start to malfunction or aren’t working like they used too. Luckily for you, our appliance repair experts at Complete Appliance Repair, are here to help you! In this blog post, we will be discussing some of the top common problems for household washers and how you may be able to fix them…Read More

  3. Most Common Oven Problems You May Be Experiencing

    Whether you’re an avid baker, hosting a dinner party soon (social distanced, of course), or just throwing a frozen pizza in the oven after a long day of work, you need your oven. Our ovens do so much for us and when they aren’t functioning properly or are needing repairs, not only is it a hassle but it can also be dangerous to continue to use a poorly functioning appliance like that. In this b…Read More

  4. Easy Appliance Makeover Tips

    Looking for a new way to spruce up your household appliances without breaking the bank? New appliances can be expensive, but with our easy tips and tricks you can give your appliances the makeover they deserve — and  can even turn into fun activities for the whole family. Before you get started on getting creative with your appliances, make sure that they’re all working and in good condition.…Read More

  5. How to Keep Your Fridge Cool This Summer

    With the hot weather approaching it is important to keep your refrigerator in tip-top condition. After all, you don’t want the food you prepared for all the summer barbecues going bad. Here in Warrensville Heights, we know that it can get hot, especially with all the humidity. But with every home in the neighborhood blasting their AC, your refrigerator is going to be working harder than usual. A…Read More

  6. Spring Cleaning Your Refrigerator

    It’s almost spring! That means that in a few short weeks, we will be enjoying the beautiful blooms of fresh flowers, warmer weather, and the joy of purging what we no longer need during spring cleaning. One area of your home you want to be sure to clean is your refrigerator. Even if you wipe down your refrigerator regularly, it deserves some extra attention at least once a year (ideally more fre…Read More

  7. 5 Tips for Maintaining Your Freezer

    Your freezer plays an important role in your household. Whether it provides a casserole to defrost after a busy day or popsicles for the kiddos on summer vacation, your freezer is often a lifesaver. This means you want to treat it right so it lasts for years to come. One of the best things you can do for this important appliance is to make sure you are abiding by the following freezer maintenance …Read More

  8. FAQs About Refrigerators

    The refrigerator is one of the most important appliances in your home, but how much do you really know about it? Learn all the answers to your pressing questions here. How cold should my refrigerator be? Typically, your refrigerator should be between 36 and 38 degrees Fahrenheit. If you are finding that it is running colder or hotter, you may be having an issue that requires refrigerator repair. W…Read More

  9. The Dos and Don’ts of Glass Top Stoves

    Glass top stoves offer a beautiful, modern aesthetic, but if you have never owned one before, you might not be familiar with the ins-and-outs of glass top care. It’s different than a coil-element type in how you clean it and use it, so we have compiled this list to help you with your glass top stove. What To Do (And Not Do) With a Glass Top Stove Don’t Use Cast Iron The bottom of cast iron coo…Read More