1. Troubleshooting Your Microwave Oven

    Possibly there is not a more demanding crisis than when the microwave oven goes down. All activity in the home stops as fixing the microwave oven becomes priority number one. After all, no coffee can be reheated, no mac & cheese made, no Hot Pockets cooked, and, worst of all, no chocolate melted…Read More

  2. The Most Common Washer And Dryer Problems

    Thanks to the washer and dryer we don’t have to wash our clothes by hand any more, which helps make Tide Pods actually usable. A staple in the American household for decades, washers and dryers work hard to make our live easier. Sometimes though, they work a little too hard and need a little maint…Read More

  3. The Most Common Dishwasher Problems

    What would we do without dishwashers? Scrub our hands to the bone? Throw all of our dishes away after one use? Put the dishes on the floor for the dog to clean? Luckily we don’t have to live with that problem as many of our homes and apartments come with dishwashers already installed. However, eve…Read More

  4. The Most Common Refrigerator Problems

    Like every other machine in the world, refrigerators require regular maintenance in order to operate properly. Sometimes this maintenance can be as easy as changing a filter, but every now and then there’s a bigger problem at hand that you may need to call in your local Twin Cities service heros t…Read More

  5. Discover The Right Washer Settings For Your Laundry

    Looking at the front of your washer, you’ll notice a lot of dials and buttons to choose from when starting a load of laundry. Don’t be discouraged by the number of options you have, though, because Omega Force Services is here to help you select the best washer setting for each load of laundry y…Read More

  6. How To Clean Your Fridge So It Looks Brand-New

    Does your fridge emit a pungent odor whenever you open the door? If your fridge stinks, it’s probably time for a cleaning! In today’s blog, we’re going to discuss the best cleaning practices for your refrigerator. This helps keep food items — whether they’re raw or cooked — sanitary and …Read More

  7. 6 Tips For Washing And Drying Your Duvet Or Comforter

    You should wash your sheets once every couple of weeks to remove allergens and prevent dust mites from thriving where you sleep — not to mention to rid them of your natural oils and sweat — but did you know that your duvet or comforter could use a wash every once in a while too? Keep your bed co…Read More

  8. Why Your Ice Tastes Weird

    We’ve all been there — you’ve got your tea, your freshly poured soda, or even just a glass of water recently cooled to the optimal drinking temperature with a few cubes of ice, only to discover that your drink now has a strange taste. There’s an odd tinge to it and you wonder if maybe your d…Read More

  9. The Keeping and Refrigeration of Your Food

    When it comes to preparing and storing food, you want to know that your refrigerator is working as well as it should in order to keep your food fresh and keep you and your family healthy. It’s important to know how to set your refrigerator at the right temperature, how to store different types of …Read More

  10. Getting Rid of Dishwasher Residue

    Have you ever opened up your dishwasher to put your freshly cleaned dishes away, only to discover your plates are still crusty and your glasses have white film and spots all over them? This residue is not only annoying and makes you want to rewash everything, but it could be a sign that your dishwas…Read More