Many appliances have a gasket or some kind of seal, to keep them airtight closed firmly. Additionally, after a while these gaskets can get worn out and it’s time to replace them. But, how do we know when do replace a gasket or door seal?
Depending on the type of dryer you own (gas or electric), the type of fabric, the size of the load you are putting into the dryer, how wet the clothes are, and the condition of your dryer exhasut venting will determine your drying time.
Water heaters are an important part of your home. Who doesn’t enjoy a nice hot shower? It might be time for you to switch to a tankless water heater? But, is it necessarily better for your home, wallet, and the environment? Here are some things to consider if you are thinking about switching to a different water heater.
Stand mixers are perfect for mixing ingredients, but over time problems can occur if you don’t take proper care of your stand mixer. Here is a list of tips and tricks to follow to keep your stand mixer performing in tip top shape.
Have you ever been faced with this particular problem? Your poor dishwasher has failed you and you aren’t quite sure what to do. It shouldn’t surprise you that your food and scrapes can clog the drain. Luckily there is a way to fix this problem.
Condensation occurs when warm, moisture-laden air cools. If your refrigerator has condensation forming then you will have to locate to source to this problem. The most common reason as to why this is happening is usually a faulty door gasket. The door gasket is responsible for creating an air-tight seal around the refrigerator door preventing warm air from entering. Here is what to check if you have condensation forming in your refrigerator.
What is Carbon Monoxide (CO)? Where does it come from? How can I prevent CO Poisoning? What should I do if I suspect I have CO Poisoning? All very important questions that home owners and even businesses should ask themselves. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “more than 400 Americans die from unintentional CO poisoning not linked to fires, more than 20,000 visit the emergency room, and more than 4,000 are hospitalized.” Luckily, there are ways to prevent this from happening.