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One of modern technology’s most efficient appliances, the garbage disposal makes kitchen clean-ups fast and easy. A garbage disposal fits its name perfectly as it was designed to dispose of garbage. Located under the kitchen sink, the unit is connected to the sink drain and cuts small food waste into even smaller pieces so it will easily pass through the plumbing system.
Household appliances are built into the fabric of today’s busy lifestyles. You probably take for granted that your food is cold and safe to eat. Spilled coffee on the front of your favorite tee-shirt? No problem, just throw it in the washer and dryer. It will be clean and dry in time to wear it out tonight.
It feels like we’ve been waiting over two years for summer to finally arrive. Oh wait, we have. Luckily, things seem to be improving enough that we can all start to gather again and that means you’ll need to get your house and menu ready for guests.
Owning a home is a lifelong goal for many people. After years of saving for a down payment, searching for the perfect property, navigating the mortgage industry, and moving in, you can finally sit back and relax—or can you?
Moving is both exciting and time-consuming. Whether you’re moving from an apartment into your first home, relocating to a place with more room, or downsizing to a residence with less maintenance, there’s a lot to do.
With new energy-efficiency regulations going into effect throughout the U.S. and the cost of just about everything going up, now is the perfect time to start making some green home improvements. Not only can you make your home more comfortable and sustainable, but you can save hundreds or thousands of dollars each year.
Over the last couple of years, we’ve all been spending a lot more time in our homes. We’ve watched the home and garden shows on TV and seen the housing market provide record-breaking returns to homeowners that have done a few improvements and updates.
There's never a good time for your dryer to break down. Call it Murphy's Law or just plain dumb luck, but doesn't it always seem like you have dryer problems at the worst possible moment?
With two months gone in 2022, you may be feeling a little guilty about not keeping your New Year's Resolutions. Whether you promised yourself that this would be the year you'd get back in shape, or start saving money for that summer vacation, or finally tackling those home improvement projects, there's no time like the present to get started.
Whether you have new home appliances or are comfortably getting along with your old ones, there will come a day when you'll encounter a breakdown. There's never a good time for any appliance to stop working, but if you don't have a plan for repairs, your household could be in chaos. An appliance protection plan is the best way to keep things running smoothly especially in times of trouble.
The last two months were really busy. Between preparing for the holidays, hosting get-togethers, and visiting friends and relatives, you probably didn't have a lot of time to think about home improvement projects.
New Year’s Eve is fast approaching and while those resolutions to be healthier are more important than ever, it’s just as critical to put your home’s “health” toward the top of that to-do list too.
Spring is nearly here, and as the balmy days of tank tops and shorts beckon, we’re ready to throw open our doors and windows, get some fresh air and sunshine into our homes, and simply let it all hang out. After being cooped up all winter, it’s about time.