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You've probably heard, or even thought to yourself, "things just aren't made the way they used to be," and you'd be absolutely right. You might remember your mom's old fridge or stove lasting for 30 or 40 years until they finally stopped making replacement parts to repair them.
When Josephine Garis Cochran invented the first practical dishwasher in 1886, she did so to solve a problem. She wanted a machine that could wash dishes faster than they could be done by hand and without breaking them.
If you've ever had a dryer break down, you know what a pain it is. What are you supposed to do with a washer full of wet clothes?
If you're like most people, the time you allot to household chores is limited. Just imagine trying to throw a load of laundry in before heading off to work and finding that your washing machine won't start—major frustration, right?
Luckily, your washing machine doesn't break down every day. Unfortunately, when it does, you may be left scurrying to find a reputable company that can repair it quickly without costing you a fortune.
There's never a good time for your dryer to break down. Call it Murphy's Law or just plain dumb luck, but doesn't it always seem like you have dryer problems at the worst possible moment?
Your washing machine is one of the most important appliances in your home, so keeping it running properly is kind of a big deal. If you've noticed a few washing machine problems, you might be wondering if it's something you can fix yourself or if it's time to call in a professional.
When a major home appliance goes on the fritz, your entire household can be disrupted until it get fixed. Puls provides the best overall appliance repair services when compared to the competition.
We all take for granted that our appliances will be working when we need them. We may even be tempted to ignore a small problem, hoping it will go away. Unfortunately, that little problem can easily turn into something bigger and turn your life upside down.
Many of today's newer homes have an electric garage door opener to provide easy access, safety and security. There are several drive options available—chain, screw, belt, direct and jackshaft.
Adding a garage door opener to your home not only offers convenience for easy access, but it also provides illumination and improved security. New garage door openers offer smart features like smart device compatibility, battery backup, built-in Wi-Fi, and even motion-sensing security lights.
Think fast - what type of garage door does your home have, and what's it made of? Not sure? You're certainly not alone.
Over the years, homeowners’ needs, preferences, and lifestyles have helped change the way today's homes are used, how they look, and what's included with them. As such, garages and garage doors have evolved, too.
While front entry doors seem to get all the attention (with “oohs and aahs” reserved for decorative glass inserts or fancy sidelites), it’s really the overhead garage door that can make or break your home’s curb appeal.
Have you been thinking about mounting your TV on the wall, but put it off because you weren't really sure what was involved? Even though you know that mounting your TV will save some space, look better, and provide a more comfortable viewing experience, you may be hesitant to tackle this project.