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Hard Water is Harder on Your Appliances Than You Think Chances are you’ve come in contact with hard water; that white-encrusted faucet, dull hair, or spotted dishes and glasses. Hard water isn’t hard to find. But what is it exactly? Soft water is free of minerals. For example, rain is soft water. When it falls and passes through rock, sand and soil it picks up minerals. While it’s generally not harmful to your health, the
With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, you may be busy thinking about what special meal you will prepare for your sweetheart, or when to pick up those dozen roses. Don’t worry, you’ve still got time! But there is someone else who could use a little love – your refrigerator. Your fridge keeps your milk perfectly chilled and your vegetables frozen for you all year long. This is probably the last appliance you want to

Soon, Smart Wall Ovens Will Rule the World!

Posted by admin on January 13, 2016

Category: Blog
Wall ovens have been around since ancient Greece, about 800 B.C. Thanks to the rapid advances in today’s technology, we think the ancient Greeks might be impressed with today’s new generation of smart ovens. You have no doubt heard of smart thermostats, smart cars and smartphones. The smart oven, however, may be one you haven’t heard of before. What Is Smart Home Appliance Technology, Anyway? This term is used whenever advanced technological components assist you
Are gas water heaters better than their electric counterparts? The U.S. Department of Energy says that heating water is the second largest expense in your home, behind heating and cooling your house. You spend, on average, about 12 to 18 percent of your power bill on this effort. For some families, saving money and reducing energy consumption is a top priority. For others, it’s all about having plenty of hot water to fill the bathtub,
Many of you have asked whether Energy Star appliances cost more than traditional machines, and whether they are a wise choice economically. On any home appliance, the Energy Star designation means that the U.S. Department of Energy has independently certified that particular product as being the most efficient in its category. Now let’s look at the nuts and bolts of how a certified appliance can save you money, and how to determine the best time