There are plenty of ways one could go about making any appliance or even your home more efficient. Going green can help you save money in the long run and make your appliance last longer. Here are a few tips you can implement on your refrigerator to make it operate more efficiently!
Let’s face it come winter time your water heater is going to have to start working overtime. For those extra hot baths, long steamy showers, warm water for your dishwasher, and many more, if these are running simultaneously a standard tankless water heater might not be enough for you and your family. Are you saving money by have an unlimited water heater? Take these tips into consideration if you’re thinking about purchasing a tankless water heater.
Baking soda. One of the most versatile things that you often forget is in your kitchen. Have you ever tried any of these with the baking soda in the back of your cabinet?
Everyone is always looking for the next big thing. Here at 1st Source Servall we like to be up to date on everything and all things appliances. With technology changing every five minutes it seems, there has got to be down sides to this along with all of the good things that the new appliance has promised.
A kitchen can be invested in germs. However, if you follow these simple steps, you will be living the easy life when it comes to a clean kitchen. This week in our Mini-Series we will be bringing you tips on how and when to clean different parts of your kitchen.
As the winter months are approaching, families will be spending a lot more time inside and that means more contact with each other and more importantly germs. So we have brought to you a Mini-Series! Every week, for the next couple weeks we will be bringing you a new room to clean in your home. This week…? The Bathroom.
Do you ever feel like you’re wasting all of your energy and money in the laundry room? What if there was a way to cut that electric and water bill in half? Use these tips and tricks in your laundry room to save energy and money with you washer and your dryer units.