Home Appliances: Repair or Replace?

One of the "joys" (read that sarcastically) of being a homeowner is dealing with home appliances when they break. Fortunately for you, our friends at PartSelect have created an easy online tool that helps you understand when you can make a simple, affordable repair instead of shelling out loads of cash for an all new appliance. In these tough economic times, a penny saved is ... well, pretty darn nice. You might not even need to pop open that bottle of aspirin! 

Click on the image below to learn more about common problems with washing machines, refrigerators, ovens and stoves and the cost to repair vs. replace.

2 comments:

  1. I enjoy studying and I conceive this website got some truly utilitarian stuff on it! .

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  2. Troubleshooting your old appliances with repairing services experts is economical than buying a newer one. But if your appliance is older enough and it creates problems in every now and then or if the appliance is not very costly, then repairing it may not be profitable.

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