This summer has been a hot one. And to keep cool, the top two appliances people rely on are fans and air conditioners. However, both have their own pros and cons.
We all have a common refrigerator in our household, if not multiple. A select few may have a wine cooler in their kitchen and/or bar area. If you are a wine lover, considering investing in a wine cooler might be the correct decision for you. Many think, why spend the extra money on a wine cooler when I have a fridge? Well, we are here to tell you why.
Your refrigerator is the appliance used most in your household and for the most part the most expensive. Typically the life expectancy of a refrigerator is 10 – 15 years depending on the brand and how you maintain your refrigerator. Once your appliance breaks, it becomes too costly to repair it and there isn’t much use for it. Instead of tossing your refrigerator out, here are some creative uses to bring your old refrigerator back to life.
Did you know that your laundry detergent has other uses than just cleaning your clothes and other items? Here are some unique ways to use laundry detergent.
The gasket or seal on your refrigerator and freezer door are responsible for creating an air tight seal to keep the inside cool. It is important to clean along the edges of the refrigerator and freezer doors. Follow these steps so you can clean the door gasket easily.
Spring is officially here which means opening windows and giving your home a deep clean. Spring cleaning allows you to clean out areas of your kitchen, such as your refrigerator, range, and microwave but that’s not the only thing in your kitchen that needs a little TLC. Your pantry is one of the most forgotten areas when it comes to cleaning. Cleaning your pantry will help you get organized and ensure your food is safe to consume. A clean and organized pantry is important maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
Are you moving or relocating to a new home? Moving can be stressful when you have to move your belongings such as your large appliances. Major household appliances such as refrigerators, laundry appliances, dishwashers, and ranges are too large to carry yourself. You are most likely going to need to call a professional moving service. Since most movers cannot interfere with major gas appliances, you will need to contact a utility company to prepare your appliances.Considering they will do most of the work, you will still need to prepare your major appliances for the big move.