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We also provide following services:

    • Refrigerators condenser coils cleaning.
    • Dryer vent cleaning.
    • Air condition ductwork cleaning.
    • Replacement of refrigerator water filter.
    • Maintenance of smoke detectors.
    • Oven Ignition inspection

Why clean my refrigerator condenser coils?

Keeping the condenser coil clean on your refrigerator is a major factor in efficiency and lasting performance. A dirty condenser coil causes the compressor to run too hot which can damage the compressor, cause the refrigerator to run too long, and cause a no-cool situation.


It is very important to clean condenser coils on forced-air refrigerators such as side-by-side and built-in models at least twice a year (if you have a refrigerator with the black coils mounted on the back, these coils don't require semi-annual cleaning).

CONSERVE ENERGY: CLEAN YOUR RADIATOR AND REFRIGERATOR COILS! Dirty coils force your
appliances work harder, using  more energy than clean coils. Regular cleaning enhances radiator and
refrigerator performance, extends their lives, and can save you up to 6% on your energy bills!  

The refrigerator has a compressor that forces refrigerant through coils in the freezer and on the refrigerator's exterior.
Evaporator coils in the freezer remove heat from inside. This heat is emitted into the room through the exterior condenser coils. If the exterior condenser coils become dirty, they are less efficient at transferring heat into the air around the refrigerator and forcing your appliance to work harder.

How often should I clean my refrigerator condenser coils?
For maximum performance, it is recommended you clean
your refrigerator condenser coils at least twice per year, more if you have pets.

How do I save money?
Routine cleaning of dryer vents/ducts and refrigerator coils allow your appliances to work freely, without energy-absorbing dirt and grime found on all used appliances. Clean appliances result in lower energy bills, and may reduce your risk of a fire.

 

Why clean my dryer vents?

PREVENT FIRES: CLEAN YOUR DRYER REGULARLY.
In 1998, there were 14,300 clothes dryer fires, resulting in 19 deaths, 312 injuries, and
$67.7 million in direct property damage (NFPA). Vent cleaning  is a simple, inexpensive 
solution to preventing laundry fires and protecting your home.

For more information on dryer fire prevention, go to National Fire Protection Association.

How does a dryer start on fire?
 Only cleaning the lint trap on your dryer is not enough! Lint, composed of flammable
materials, builds up in your dryer vents and ductwork over time. Most clothes dryers reach high enough temperatures to
ignite these materials, causing a fire. Routine cleaning your dryer vent and ductwork from lint accumulation can prevent
deadly fires. For more information on fire prevention, go to the National Fire Protection Association site.  

 

Why clean my air ductwork?


IMPROVE AIR QUALITY! Many people have allergic reactions to pollen, bacteria, dust mites and mold. These particles, along with other invisible pollutants, settle in the air ducts and are re-circulated every time the furnace or air conditioner blower is operating. Cleaning and disinfecting your ductwork not only eliminates most contaminants but also can improve the efficiency of your air conditioner and furnace by improving airflow. There are an estimated 42.6 million Americans living with hay fever and/or asthma. Learning how to control a home’s environment to reduce allergen levels is important for managing allergies and asthma. Individuals who suffer from asthma, or have other respiratory illness may potentially be at a greater risk for health complications associated with poor air quality in their homes.  Legionnaire's Disease, which can be caused by improper maintenance of cooling towers and HVAC systems, strikes 18,000 people and kills over 4,000 people per year. (Centers for Disease Control)

 

Replace your refrigerator water filter often and keep your drinking water clean and fresh...

You can avoid drinking unwanted chemicals, particles and bacteria by changing your refrigerator water filter on a regular basis. Manufacturers recommend that you change your filter every 6 months.
The life of your water filter depends on the amount of water you use and the quantity of contaminants in your water. If you enjoy drinking lots of water or if you are on a well, you will need to change your filter more often.

Replacing your refrigerator water filter at least every 6 months is the best way to keep your water tasting great. When we  install  a new filter , you can be confident that you and your family are drinking clean water.

 

When should I replace my water filter?

You can avoid drinking unwanted chemicals, particles and bacteria by changing your refrigerator water filter on a regular basis.

Manufacturers recommend that you change your filter every 6 months with regular water usage. If you use your water dispenser more frequently, or if it has heavy usage, you should replace your filter every 3 months. Replace your filter if your water is has an odor, tastes bad, discolored or if it contains floating particles.

Quick Reference

  • Every 6 months with (regular use)
  • Every 3 months with (heavy use)
  • Odor or tastes bad.
  • Discolored or contains particles

Water and water safety links

http://www.nsf.org/consumer/water/index.asp

http://www.epa.gov/ebtpages/watedrinkingwater.html

http://www.epa.gov/ebtpages/watedrinkingwater.html

http://www.epa.gov/safewater/dwinfo/index.html

http://www.nrdc.org/water/drinking/uscities.asp

 

Water troubles in your refrigerator

Water is the most essential element, next to air, for our survival. Water is everywhere, yet most people take it for granted. Water makes up more than two thirds of our weight. Our brain, blood, and lungs consist mostly of water.

  • Blood is 83% water
  • Muscles are 75% water
  • The brain is 74% water
  • Bone is 22% water

Even a slight 2% drop in our body's water supply can cause us to show signs of dehydration.

  • Dry mouth and tongue with thick saliva
  • Flushed face
  • Dry, warm skin
  • Dizziness
  • Weakness
  • Muscle cramps
  • Sleepy
  • Irritable
  • Headaches


Mild dehydration is one of the most common causes of daytime fatigue. An estimated seventy-five percent of Americans have mild, chronic dehydration. This is hard to believe where water is readily available through the tap or bottle.

Benefits of Water

  • Water promotes healthy function of liver and kidneys.
  • Water is absolutely essential for weight loss & fitness programs.
  • Water regulates metabolism.
  • Water helps keep cellulite at bay.
  • Water assists in better digestion & higher energy levels.
  • Water reduces the risk of flu.
  • Water reduces tooth decay and hyperactivity in children.
  • Water is a must for baby formula.
  • Water forms the base for saliva.
  • Water forms the fluids that surround the joints.
  • Water regulates the body temperature, as the cooling and heating is distributed through perspiration.
  • Water helps to alleviate constipation by moving food through the intestinal tract and thereby eliminating waste.

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