This past year flew by pretty fast, hasn’t it? It’s already September, which also means that fall is right around the corner (3 weeks to be exact). Since the seasons are changing we should also be changing some routines such as prepping your appliances for the cooler weather.
Some call it a stove, other calls it a range and majority calls it an oven. So what is the real name of that big thing that you cook food on? Well, it pretty much variates on the appliance alone on how you should address it. To clear up all of the confusion, we have the real definition of these terms so you will be able to differentiate which one is a range, oven or stove.
Stormy weather, service work, and even that sneaky squirrel chewing on the lines can all cause power flickers, fluctuations, and of course outages. We sit and wait, wondering “When’s the power going to come back on?”
But there’s another question that comes to mind for us and that’s “Is my home protected for when the power does come back on?”
Seeing as your refrigerator is meant to keep things cool, it can be a bit of a shock when part of it is suddenly burning hot. A common issue with side-by-side refrigerators, especially older models, is that the portion between the two compartment doors gets hot. And not just a little warm to the touch, but noticeably hot.
So what causes this? And what can you do about it?
Dishwashers make our lives a whole lot easier. No more scrubbing those dishes clean after every meal. All we have to do is load up the dishwasher and press start. But is that REALLY all we have to do? No, actually, it’s not. In order to see our dishes come out sparkly clean time and time again, we have to keep our dishwashers sparkly clean too. This is very important for several reasons:Continue reading
Small appliances can be very handy and convenient. Whether you have a quesadilla maker, a waffle maker, a fryer, or all three, where are you supposed to put these gadgets? They aren’t an everyday appliance, so leaving them out on the counter-top seems silly. Follow the tips below to know exactly what to do with your juicer or food processor.