PBA Tip of the Day brought to you by Richard Black with Appliance Pros (602) 501-5501.
A burst washing-machine hose can spill hundreds of gallons of water an hour.
Preventing such mishaps is as easy as replacing a washer’s old rubber hoses, ideally with steel-jacketed ones that can’t split open.
Once you’ve made those two major upgrades, as shown on the following pages, get in the habit of checking hoses and cleaning ducts every six months or so. Hoses should be replaced every five years; tag them with the date you installed them so you won’t forget. Your appliances will last longer, run better, and use less energy and this can save you money on repairs. Contact Richard today for more information!