October 29, 2008 // Franchising.com // WACO, Texas – Between school clothes, work clothes and play clothes, it's easy for your washer and dryer to work over-time. Are you tired of excess water and energy disappearing with all your lost left socks?
The laundry room can be the busiest room in your house, especially if you have several children. If your washer and dryer aren't performing at their best, it could show up on your energy bill.
In honor of Energy Awareness Month, give your family's laundry habits an energy-saving makeover.
"Busy schedules and full households can cause lots of wear and tear on laundry room appliances," said Doug Rogers, president of Mr. Appliance Corp. "Homeowners should take special care when using their washer and dryer to make sure they keep working efficiently. The harder an appliance has to work to do its job, the more energy is wasted in the process."
Follow these simple tips from Mr. Appliance to help your laundry room conserve energy and money.
These tips are easy for you to do yourself, and can even help prolong the life of your appliances when combined with regular visits from your local appliance repair expert. Visit www.mrappliance.com for more tips.
Mr. Appliance is North America's largest appliance repair franchise system. Established in 1996, its franchises provide full-service residential and light commercial appliance repair. Mr. Appliance has more than 140 locations throughout the United States and Canada and is consistently ranked among the top home service franchises by Entrepreneur magazine and other industry experts. Mr. Appliance is a subsidiary of The Dwyer Group, Inc. For more information, visit www.mrappliance.com.