Asko Appliance Repair - Vancouver, Calgary, Fraser Valley Asko appliances started as a vision of one man, a farmer in Switzerland named Karl-Erik Anderson. In 1950, he set out to do what many people said was impossible. He wanted to make a washing machine that was more energy and water efficient. He did not want to sacrifice any power, and he wanted his machine to use stainless steel wash drums. He put the pride and craftsmanship that only a farmer can capture into his new type of washing machine. It was a hit. He quickly built a manufacturing plant right on the family farm, and that plant still exists to this day. Each and every Asko appliance is made to outperform the competition. It could be an Asko washer, dishwasher or dryer. The are all built with the same pride and craftsmanship, but sometimes they do break. When your Asko washer is on the fritz, who are you going to call to fix it? You can't really ship it back to that factory that was built on the farm in Switzerland. You need to find someone that is local, an expert in appliance repair. Luckily for you that expert in Vancouver, Calgary, and Fraser Valley is Totem Appliance Service. They specialize in repairing Asko dishwashers, washing machines, and dryers. If your Asko appliance is not living up to its end of the bargain, call Totem Appliance Service today and rest assured that your Asko appliance will be working as good as new in no time. Asko Brand Information Looking for more information about Asko? Check out the manufacturer's website www.asko.com or consumer contact phone number (800) 898-1879 Helpful Tip 209 If you are like most people, finding mold on your food can send you into orbit as you fling the food into the garbage. However, all mold is not bad and does not require throwing the food away. We see fuzzy stuff at the top but mold grows like a mushroom and there are stems further down into the food. Here’s a general rule: Discard almost all moldy food (fruits, casseroles, yogurts and jams) EXCEPT hard salamis and cheeses and firm produce like cabbage, bell peppers and carrots….on these you can cut an inch off below and around the mold and safely eat the rest.