Want to prolong the life of your water heater, improve the water heater’s efficiency, and potentially lower your water bill? Well you have come to the right blog! There are a few ways you can prolong the life of your water heater. Follow these steps in order to keep your water heater working for years!
Washing dishes by hand is not only a chore no one wants to do, it is also less sanitary then throwing the dishes in the dishwasher and letting the machine do all of the work for you.
As our planet and the environment around us is trying to become more sustainable and environmentally responsible it is important to take precautionary steps to help out in every way possible. Although it may not seem relevant, trash compactors can contribute to this responsibility. They can also help us in other ways we may not have even known about. Here are the benefits of using a trash compactor for your household or your business.
Every few years one of our appliances seem to break or get into a funk where it involves a repair or even a brand new replacement. These repairs and replacements can be costly and can also be a hassle to deal with. Whether it be your refrigerator, your dishwasher, or your washer/dryer, there are tips to keep each and every one of these appliances in exceptional condition over a long period of time. Help yourself, avoid these altercations and save your money!
As we all know, once the new year hits so do frigid winter snow storms! While trying to survive in the seemingly arctic tundra, we are also trying to stay on top of our utility bills. In addition to heating your cozy home you are faced with astronomical energy bills. The major appliances in your home – refrigerators, washers, and dryers all account for a big chunk of your utility bill. To make matters more complex, if your refrigerator or washing machines are more than a decade old, you’re spending a lot more on energy than you need to.
When you see the breakdown of energy usage in the average home, major appliances use approximately 13% of the energy. The millions of homes in the United States collectively use nearly 23% of the country’s energy, and a large amount of this energy is wasted through inefficient heating and cooling systems, old appliances, and leaky windows and ducts. Other than lowering your monthly utility bills, beginning to be energy-conscience can help the environment (and save you some extra cash!). If you are interested in saving up to 25% on your utility bills, check out these tips to preserve energy.