Sometimes the amount of money you spend on appliance repair in Montreal, including surrounding areas such as the South Shore, could be reduced, if only you avoided doing certain things that you have been doing. Although the effects of your actions may seem negligible, they are ultimately responsible for the constant breakdowns you have been experiencing. Here are some of the things you have been doing, which might compromise the integrity of your home appliances:
Running metals in the washing machine
It has probably happened that you found metallic objects, such as coins and keys on your washers, and these can damage the inner drum of the machine or even tear your clothes. But you could avoid such inconveniences if only you checked and emptied your clothes’ pockets before tossing them into the washer.
Not cleaning the refrigerator coils
Most of the fridge repair services in the South Shore have something to do with the coils, and more often than not, dirty coils are generally the most common culprit. When the coils are not clean, they will force the machine to work harder, not just hampering its efficiency, but also reducing its lifespan. To avoid this, simply clean the coils a couple of times per year, so that they don’t get covered in dirt, dust and other debris.
Allowing dirt to accumulate in the dryer’s lint filters
A massive buildup of dirt, dust and other debris on the lint filters, is sufficient to kill the air flow inside the dryer. You will also be limiting the lifespan of the machine if you allow this to happen. The filter should thus be cleaned every time you load the machine.
Using the wrong pans with the glass stove top
If you have a glass stove top, you should be advised that glass is very volatile at high temperatures. If you have concave bottoms or pans that don’t fit the banner well, heat could be trapped beneath the pan, and this can easily cause them to break. Consequently, ensure that you use the right size pans.