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Appliance Installation Morganton NC

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Edwin Lamar England
Eddie And Sons Enterprises
704 538 9962
109 Parker Rd
Casar, NC
 
Eddie And Sons Enterprises
7045389962
109 Parker Rd
Casar, NC
Services
Home Maintenance/Handyman
Years in Business
15

AAA Blinds And Window Fashions
828-325-0917
336 Lenoir Rhyne Blvd SE
Hickory, NC
 
Sears Home Services
8888675309
1940 US HIGHWAY 70 SE
HICKORY, NC

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Home-Tek Handyman Llc
(828) 327-3002
610 Lenoir Rhyne Blvd Se
Hickory, NC
 
Sears Home Services
8888675309
208D FLEMING DR
Morganton, NC

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Sears Home Services
8888675309
112D WILKESBORO BLVD SE
Lenoir, NC

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Home Energy Solutions Inc
(828) 328-3650
3039 US Highway 70 Sw
Hickory, NC
 
Lowe'S Home Improvement Warehouse Of Hickory
(828) 304-9063
1550 21st Street Dr Se
Hickory, NC
 
Champion Window, Siding & Patio Rooms
704-269-4410
100 Perimeter Woods Drive
Charlotte, NC
Services
Vinyl siding, James Hardie® Fiber Cement Siding, Vinyl and Cedar Shakes, eaves and overhangs, all exterior accessories (posts, shutters and vents), decorative trim (vinyl and PVC).
Licenses / Certifications
Business License #: 87087
Membership Organizations
Homeowner Approved, Better Business Bureau A+ Rating Accredited Member; National Association of the Remodeling Industry; CertainTeed® ShingleMaster Certified Roofing Company; IKO ShieldPRO plus+ Contractor; James Hardie® Preferred Remodeler; Norandex Award of Excellence 2001-2009; Cedar Ridge Award of Excellence 2008 and 2009.
Years in Business
Year Established: 1998

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Time and Money Saving Appliance Installation Tips


When building in an appliance, make sure it can be removed easily for service. Flexible hookups for dishwashers and gas ranges can make repair jobs less labour intensive. Also, leave extra electric cable when installing electric wall ovens and cooktops. This will minimize the time the technician spends on the job when repair time comes and reduce the cost to you.

If you will be tiling your kitchen floor, make sure you tile beneath the dishwasher or at least raise its flooring to the same height as the tiles. Once down, there may not be enough clearance to remove the dishwasher for servicing. The only alternative will be to lift the whole counter top off of the cupboards.

The dishwasher's drain hose also needs special attention. The hose should first be routed up to the under side of the countertop before looping down to the drain connection. If this loop is removed, a siphoning effect will occur removing the water from the washer prematurely.

Refrigerators with forced air condensers are the only kind that can be built in. Models with regular static condensers will not be able to dissipate the heat if used in this application. This will result in poor cooling efficiency and damage to the compressor. You can tell forced air models by the fan, located in the compressor compartment, that is used to circulate air through the condenser.

When connecting an icemaker to the water line, leave extra tubing coiled behind the fridge to allow the appliance to be pulled forward for service and maintenance. Copper tubing is recommended for this application because it is the most durable. Plastic tubing in this application can become brittle over time, when exposed to the heat of the compressor and condenser, and fracture causing water damage to the floor.

When installing laundry equipment into closets, make sure water shut-offs can be reached easily. Also ensure the water hoses are long enough to remove the appliance wh...

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