Holiday Season is when family and friends gather at our houses and we hope that everything goes right. The holiday season also adds a lot of stress on our appliances. Whether it’s cooking up your best holiday meals to storing them in the refrigerator and cleaning our dishes. This time of the year is when we typically use our appliance more than usual.
So how do we save our appliance during this holiday madness? Here are some tips to find out!
Believe it or not, your refrigerator can actually get cold. Ironic right? Refrigeration systems that are kept outside or in an area where there is no heat can harm your refrigerator.
Don’t let your refrigerator freeze in unheated areas. Instead, use a refrigerator garage kit!
Hobs come in a variety of types such as induction, ceramic, domino, and more. A hob is an essential element of your kitchen because it is expected to be on hand for a long period of time. It is important to research the various options available to find one that has a long longevity. Finding a hob that suits your cooking style you will make preparation easier and more manageable.
To make your research easier, we created a guide to find the right hob that suits you.
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.
Need a new dryer but do not know what kind? Well lucky for you there are two different kinds of dryers you can choose from. Some prefer to buy electric dryers over gas dryers or vice versa.
Before you purchase a clothes dryer, you will need to understand the difference between the two types because Electric and Gas both have their pros and cons.Although the difference between electric and gas dryers are how they are powered by but decades of testing reveled that they both perform similarly.
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.
Vacuums are used monthly, weekly, even daily in almost every room and crevice of our homes. These cleaning appliances are beneficial for making our homes look neat and clean. However, sometimes we may suck things up that could do harm to the vacuum itself, causing damage or causing it to break all together. So what are some things we can and cannot vacuum up?