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There’s a reason why the kitchen is the heart of the home—because it’s where all of the delicious food is made. Whether you consider yourself quite the chef or you can barely heat up a pizza in the oven, you rely on your oven and stove to heat things up safely and properly so that you can put food on the table for you and your family.
While it’s not the most glamorous aspect of our daily routines, we rely on our household’s plumbing much more than we may realize. That’s why when you’re faced with a plumbing issue, even something seemingly small, there’s really no time to spare.
Frankly, we don’t have a clue as to how we ever managed to survive our younger years on ramen noodles alone – do those things even have any nutritional value to speak of?
Unlike your other home appliances, when you encounter a problem with your refrigerator, it really isn’t something that can wait. After all, a broken fridge can easily result in spoiled food and hundreds of dollars out the window.
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.
Picture this: you’ve got all the ingredients prepared to make your family a delicious dinner, then, you suddenly find that your oven range isn’t working. Try as you might, you just can’t seem to get your stove burner to light or you still can't figure out why your oven isn't heating properly.
If you’re like most people, by the time you figure out that your dishwasher won’t start, you’ve already loaded it up with tons of dirty dishes and are about to move on to your next task – whether that’s sweeping the floor or settling back on the couch to unwind with some Netflix.
The average American emitted about 16.2 metric tons of carbon dioxide in 2014, roughly double the average in Europe or Japan and almost 10 times the average in India. Much of this impact is due to large scale factors like agriculture and transportation, but other aspects of these emissions can be drastically reduced if we all put in a little extra effort to change our habits.
Nothing lasts forever, but don’t you wish that our appliances did? When your dryer starts to show signs of quitting on you, it may be tempting to just head to the nearest big box store and purchase a new one to avoid dealing with the hassle of repairing it—but should you?
Whether you’re single or you’ve got a house full of kids, there’s no denying that your dryer plays an integral role in your daily life. So, when you’re stuck with a dryer that won’t start, your natural reaction will surely be to start panicking.
So, you’ve combed through our resource center on how to fix a refrigerator, went through the motions of diagnostics, and still, you’re frozen (pun intended). You’ve perused out our fridge repair guides that detail how to check the power, the thermostat, the gaskets, and you’ve already researched how to fix a fridge that’s leaking water.
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Whether it’s hosting a dinner party or making Saturday brunch, you rely on your cooking range constantly, and when something goes wrong with it, you really don’t have time to waste.
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?
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