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Lake Country Repair Blog

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Heating and Insulating Tips to do in the Fall that will save you money.

Friday, September 18, 2015

As Fall is just around the corner, here are some great things you can do around your home to get ready for the winter heating season and save yourself a few dollars in heating costs in the process. Lake Country Repair has a fully stocked truck, so if we need a part for your appliance or furnace, the chance is high that we will have the item on our truck!  Read full article...


What to look for in a dishwasher

Tuesday, September 08, 2015

With so many brands on the market, and each saying they are the best what is a person to do these days. I am sure you have looked at reviews, seen many pro’s and con’s for each and all the research has left you tired and still not sure about what to buy.  Read full article...


Air purification and a healthy home

Friday, August 28, 2015

As our homes become better and better insulated, the indoor air quality becomes poorer and poorer as contaminates simply can not “escape” as easily.  Read full article...


Cook Tops or Stoves

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

How we cook our food has come a long ways since the mid 1850’s. In those days a stove was really a multi-functional piece of equipment which both heated the home and was used for cooking.  Read full article...


Refrigerators just over 100 years old

Friday, August 07, 2015

Did you know that the first refrigerator for home use was invented in 1913, just over 100 years ago?  Read full article...


How Large of an Air Conditioning Unit Do I Need?

Thursday, July 30, 2015

The sizing of an AC unit is done in “tons”. We typically think of a “ton” as a unit of weight and have a hard time relating this to an AC unit as we all understand that it does not refer to the actual physical weight of the unit.  Read full article...


Freezing Your Summer Produce

Thursday, July 23, 2015

Now that summer is upon us, the season of produce abundance from your garden is here! We all love the fresh vegetables and fruits, but we usually end up with too much and freeze any overabundance. Then due to incorrect freezing or a not well functioning freezer we end up tossing the items due to freezer burn in the winter. All your hard work down the drain.  Read full article...


Help my Microwave is Not Working!

Sunday, July 19, 2015

Ever experienced any of these:  Read full article...


How to get the most performance out of your dryer

Tuesday, July 07, 2015

Ever wondered if you can get faster drying or fewer wrinkles in your machine dried laundry? Wondering if there is a better technique then what most of us do all the time, which is taking the wet wad of clothes from the washer,  shaking it out a bit and throwing it in the dryer. Let Lake Country Repair help you get the most out of the dryer and help keep your clothes looking newer longer.  Read full article...


How to Select Appliance Repair Services

Friday, June 26, 2015

Have a broken washer, dishwasher, oven, dryer or any other home appliance? Looking on the internet for a good business? Wondering if you should pick that first one listed, just because they are? Let us help you in determining whom to contact.  Read full article...


Heating & Cooling

Your heating & cooling should not call attention to itself with incorrect temperature output or unwanted noise in your home or building.

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Appliance Repair

Don't worry about your high-end appliances. We are factory-trained, professionals who want to keep all your appliances running as they should.

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Commercial Refrigeration

Keep your refrigeration equipment running at its best. Ask about our regular maintenance program to avoid unwanted equipment downtime.

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