Top Reasons for Hiring an Appliance Technician to Service Fire Equipment

Fire equipment is integral to the safety of a workplace, but only if it's in good working condition. It is why regular servicing of fire equipment is paramount in commercial and residential settings. Unfortunately, some facility managers believe that fire equipment maintenance is unnecessary if devices are not regularly used. However, nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, if left unused for a long time, fire equipment can become ineffective when you need them the most. [Read More]

Principle Considerations When Shopping For Appliance Parts

Household appliances undeniably make one's life easier. From your washer and dryer, washing machine and even ovens and refrigerators, it is much simpler to navigate our day when they are in working order. So when something goes wrong and the malfunction can be traced to defunct appliance parts, you likely want to replace them as soon as possible so that you can restore the functioning of your domestic machines and subsequently the convenience they provide. [Read More]

3 Tips for Preventing Major Household Appliance Repairs

Being able to repair your own appliances goes long a way of saving you a few bucks and time, and for extending the usable lifetime of the appliance. If you're looking to do your own household appliance repairs, here are a couple easy tips you can follow, depending on the appliance. Having said that, always remember, safety comes first, so be sure to wear the appropriate and gear and don't forget to unplug your appliance before getting to work. [Read More]

3 Coffee Shop Customer Complaints That Could Be Down to Your Espresso Machine

Customer complaints are part and parcel of owning a business, but they're not always unavoidable. If your coffee shop customers seem to have a lot of negative things to say about your business, your espresso machine could be the culprit. Here are 3 common complaints that could be solved by addressing your coffee maker. "My Shot is Too Small and Tastes Bad" Customers who visit coffee shops every day tend to have very particular ideas of what makes the perfect espresso. [Read More]