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As recent as a few decades ago, televisions were big and bulky and often held a premiere spot in the living room where the entire family would gather around to watch their favorite shows on a handful of channels.
The need for food preservation with the use of cold and ice dates back as early as 500 B.C. Who knew in those early days that today's modern refrigerators would not only keep food fresh, but that the appliances would become smart centers for entire homes?
As one of the leading appliance manufacturers in the world, your Bosch dishwasher should provide reliable service for years. Unfortunately, with normal wear and tear, even the most durable dishwashers can break down.
Today's flat screen TVs are amazingly sophisticated, technological marvels. They offer stunning, life-like graphics and theater-quality sound at the touch of a button (or voice command). Surprisingly, these spectacular entertainment hubs come in a variety of sizes and price ranges to fit every budget.
Call it Murphy's Law or just bad luck, it always seems as if your appliances are working perfectly until you need them most, like when you’re hosting company for a holiday or dinner party and your oven suddenly won’t turn on.
We've all become accustomed to the conveniences our home appliances provide to free up our time from doing tedious chores around the house. Since the invention and now common use of the automatic dishwasher, dishpan hands are a thing of the past.
Think fast...if you're running late for work and had to forget one thing at home, would you rather forget your lunch or your iPhone?
Have you got a bathroom remodeling job in your future? Whether you're updating your master bath because you're bored with the old look or getting ready to sell and want to improve your home's value, you're going to want to incorporate the latest tile trends and styles.
Today's kitchens aren't complete without the latest high-tech smart appliances. Our new machines make chores easier through intuitive features like alerting you when you're getting low on milk, when it's time to change the filter, or even summoning a repair service for you.
Your oven is a big part of your kitchen appliance collection. While a quick reheat in the microwave or toaster oven might be good enough for the kids' after-school or your late-night snack, but for family meal preparation, your oven is the "appliance of choice."
Over the years, there's been a lot of debate about just how much water a person should drink daily to maintain optimum health. And while you may dispute that there's a magic number of glasses you need to consume each day, you probably agree that a tall glass of ice cold water can be very refreshing and tastes great.
While your dishwasher may be your most prized household appliance, did you know that if it starts leaking, it can be one of the most expensive machines there is?
Dishwashers are a modern-day marvel. Depending on how old you are, you may remember a time when the only dishwashers in the house were you and your siblings. Of course, back then the fight wasn't about who had to load and unload the dishwasher but who had to get their hands dirty and wash them all by hand.
You've probably heard, or even thought to yourself, "things just aren't made the way they used to be," and you'd be absolutely right. You might remember your mom's old fridge or stove lasting for 30 or 40 years until they finally stopped making replacement parts to repair them.
When Josephine Garis Cochran invented the first practical dishwasher in 1886, she did so to solve a problem. She wanted a machine that could wash dishes faster than they could be done by hand and without breaking them.