Check Your Washing Machine’s Hoses

Prevent any floods or leaks in your laundry room by inspecting the hoses of your washing machine. Be on the lookout for any cracks, weak spots, and deformities. It’s also a good idea to replace the hoses every five years. Stainless hoes like these last longer and usually come with built in washers.

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Be Ready for Grilling Season.

Fire Gone
Fire Gone is a fire suppressant packaged in a compact and cleverly designed 16oz. aerosol can. It delivers a strong targeted stream that goes right to the source of the fire, coating it with specially formulated, fire fighting foam. Easy to use and simple to clean-up. Made from biodegradable materials. Recommended For: Kitchen, Garage, Office, Car, Dorm, Camping, RV, Grilling, Boat, Fireplace, Workshops.
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Granite Countertop Dishwasher Installation

Granite Countertop Dishwasher Installation Kit L304458800

Facilitates the installation of an under counter dishwasher without the need to drill holes for mounting screws. It is approved for granite, quartz, acrylic and other solid surface counter tops. Kit comes with 2 dishwasher brackets and hardware.


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Water Filter Reminder

Refrigerator water filters keep your water and ice tasting great. Also keep parts like the ice maker, and fill tubes running smooth to prevent costly appliance repairs.  It is suggested to change you filter every 6 months to a year. Most refrigerators have a reminder light, but if not fill free to use our water filter reminder. This will send you an email when its time . We stock most all the popular filters in the market today.


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Dryer Vent Fires, How to prevent

Choosing the Right Duct

The dryer’s transition hose can be an important factor in saving energy. It can also be a critical factor in protecting property and even lives. Why? Dryer-caused home fires have been documented at levels exceeding 14,000 a year. Flammable lint accumulates quickly in every exhaust system (even those that have the lint filter cleaned with every load). This can create a very real fire danger.UL 2158A

Constructed with all aluminum ribbon, DryerFlex fire-rated duct is as flexible as “slinky” foil flex yet stronger than semi-rigid aluminum, making installation easier and every laundry room safer. Quite simply, DryerFlex provides the best functionality of the old transition ducts without any of the defects. DryerFlex always maintains its four inch diameter whether fully extended or compressed. This smooth interior allows the dryer to perform at peak efficiency. It’s strong aluminum ribbon protects against crushing and flamespread. Choose DryerFlex for exhaust duct that’s safe, efficient and easy to install

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Best Cleaners for Appliances



Five Tips to clean your Stainless Steel Appliances

There are over a thousand cleaning solutions to choose from on the market. No need to get overwhelmed, here are three great traditional cleaning products that will make your appliances sparkle and shine:

  1. Vinegar: Vinegar oil is a great cleaning solution for stainless steel. Just spray and wipe with a soft cloth or paper towel.
  1. Glass cleaner: No need to get fancy good old’ fashioned Windex will usually do the trick.
  1. Dish soap: As a last resort, using a dab of dish soap with warm water will work.

For more info on appliance parts visit Let’s Talk Parts.


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6 Tips to Saving Energy in the Summer


To keep your summer running smoothly and as least expensive as possible, try these six energy saving tips.

  1. Turn your thermostat to 78 degrees when you are home and 85 degrees when you are not.
  2. Do laundry after 5 P.M. or when it is cooler in the day.
  3. Line dry clothes instead of using the dryer.
  4. Replace air conditioner filters because dirty filters can restrict airflow.
  5. Utilize your microwave for cooking and dishwasher to clean dishes, these devices both use up less energy than their alternatives.
  6. Add shades to your windows to help reduce the heat in your home.

Ensure your appliances are working at their best level by checking them regularly. If there are parts not working their best it will cause your appliance to work harder and use more energy. To keep your appliances in tip-top shape visit Let’s Talk Parts.


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Proper Oven Maintenance


The best way to get the most out of your appliances is by checking up on their maintenance from time to time. To ensure that your ovens are functioning at their highest capacity follow these tips:

Check the oven door seal – Twenty percent of an Oven’s heat can be lost if the oven does not have a proper seal. This leaves food left cooked unevenly or prolongs the amount of time the food takes to cook.

Locate the Seal – Open the oven door and check for the rubber or fiberglass seal around the door. Go around and feel if any part of it is broken, ripped, or damaged. Then close the door and check for any leaks in the seal.

Keep or Replace – If you don’t find any leaks, hooray your seal is good to go. Unfortunately if you find leaks in its seal, it is time to replace it. is the go-to place for all appliance parts. Call 336.464.0093 to find out more information on the parts your looking for today!



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Getting Your Grill Ready for Summer


Outdoor plans begin to become more frequent as the weather starts to warm up. Your grill probably didn’t get used very often during the winter months and might have experienced some wear and tear.

First place to start is by checking out your grill’s grates, trays, knobs, etc. to see if any of the cosmetic parts need replacing. Then move on to the burners, gas valves, spark modules, etc. to see if your grill is still in good working order.

If your grill is in need of parts, is your one stop shop for all outdoor grill part needs. has quite a selection of parts in their inventory to keep your grill running smoothly and looking great.

Your grill will be ready just in time to keep your guests wow’d at all of your summer events.

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Fixing the Fridge: Cooling Issue


The most common problem people encounter with their fridge has to do with cooling. Before you toss your fridge because it does not cool your milk, try these troubleshooting tips.

Check the Water Supply

Like a car, a refrigerator needs water to run efficiently. Low water can indicate a leak. Check the inlet valve and tighten the nuts. If the issue persists then you may need to change the tubes.

Level the Fridge

The fridge needs to drain excess water into the pan underneath the fridge. If it is unleveled then the water will spill out of the pan causing puddles in your kitchen.

Clear the Drain Tube

The drain tube can become clogged and not allow the freezer to drain. Remove the cover panel and melt ice buildup with a hair dryer and clean up the melted water. Blow air through the tube to check if it has cleared.

If you need any replacement parts to fix your fridge then look to Let’s Talk Parts.

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