What advice can you give on home appliances? (Weekly Topic Inspiration)
What advice can you give on choosing, maintaining, cleaning, and disposing of water heaters, washers, dryers, lawn mowers, air conditioners, wood burning stoves, and other non-kitchen home appliances? Share your know-how and lessons learned as part of this week’s Weekly Topic Inspiration challenge. For group support and search-friendly titles, stop by our official forum thread: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/98429
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The key to maintaining non-kitchen home appliances would be space management. There will always be appliances available in and around to ease our day to day activities. It's the proper management when inculcated as habit make you a manager to manage any appliances irrespective its a kitchen or a non-kitchen appliance.
Do read more on my hub for managing non-kitchen home appliances inspired by your concern coming soon...
From washers and dryers to home entertainment to cooking and cleaning, our household appliances are an indispensable part of daily life. However, these modern conveniences come at a cost - both to our wallets and to the environment. Home appliances are responsible for about 28% of a typical U.S. household's electric bill. Using our appliances wisely can both reduce our carbon footprint and our electric bills. read more
Value your money by choosing the right , branded home appliances for your home. Starting from kitchen utensils to air conditioner, water heaters, fridge, hot packs etc. It is advisable to go for the branded where the customer is valued. Learning the changing trend and technological advances in home appliances also very important before choosing the home appliances. read more
The best advice I can give on appliances is how to save a little bit of cash on refrigerator water filters.
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Energy conservation must be the prime motive before purchasing any appliances. Now eco-friendly appliance are available in market. We must go for them. These appliances not only save energy but also save our money.
Learn what your air conditioner is made of and what parts you may very well be able to replace yourself if there is a breakdown. Easy to follow explanations with photos. read more
Searching for the best electric lawn mower for the money is a chore. You can make your search a lot easier by reading this review on push mowers for the home.
Electric mowers are great, low pollution alternatives to gas mowers or even manual lawn mowers. Cordless electric mowers are recommended for people who want the best mower for their yards. read more
If your water heater is leaking, what do you do? How do you know where it's leaking from? Learn how to locate the leak, decide if it's something you can fix and ways to extend the life of your water tank here in this hub. read more
Heating water can be one of the most expensive hidden costs a homeowner has. One way to reduce it is to install a solar water heater that uses the sun's energy - which is free - to heat your water. read more
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