Conserve Energy with your Appliances

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Your home is probably full of appliances that you need for daily use, and they most likely require a great deal of energy to run. Excessive energy use is not good for the environment, and it also jacks up that dreaded electricity bill. Some of this energy cost is of course unavoidable, but there are simple changes you can make to decrease it. Continue reading to learn some basic tips to reduce your energy costs! Continue reading

Grease on the Stove Top

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Overtime, grease can build up on the stove, especially during the holiday seasons that just passed. Grease can be difficult to get off and sometimes is left because of how hard it really is. Below is how to clean the grease off the stove without breaking your back.

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Expand Your Range’s Life

Ranges can be used for baking, broiling, and much more. So, it’s important to maintain it and do whatever we can to extend its lifespan. By following these tips, you are doing yourself and your range a favor.

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Is Your Appliance Paint Chipping?

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Did you notice that your appliance paint is chipping? Instead of buying an entire part or even appliance, it can easily be fixed with appliance paint. Appliance touch up paints is available in a variety of colors to leave your appliances looking brand new.

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Why Do I Smell Gas From My Oven?

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If you own a gas oven, you will notice that when you start the oven a strange odor will come from it. This odor is a combination of gas at the burner and the smell will disappear when the oven heats up. However, unburned gas has a distinct odor as well. You will be able to tell the difference from this odor to the gas when you turn on your oven. If it smells like rotten eggs then here is what you should do. Continue reading

The Self-Cleaning Oven System

Picture of oven with door open - self cleaning oven cycle partsOvens get dirty over time. Cleaning your oven by hand will require you to get on your knees and scrub like crazy! You can saturate the inside of your oven with cleaning chemicals and hope that your oven is clean, but that doesn’t always work. Continue reading

Spooky Appliance Break Downs to Avoid!

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Halloween is around the corner which means candy, and scary stories. By scary stores we don’t just mean about ghosts and witches, we are talking about your spooky appliances! There are plenty of appliance horror stories but today we are going to tell you how you can avoid your appliance from breaking down.

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How to Repair a Gas Cooktop That Won’t Light

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When your gas cooktop won’t light anymore, it might feel like the end of the world. We have compiled some tips to fix a gas cooktop that refuses to light.

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How to Repair: Self-Cleaning Setting on your Oven

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Did you know that some ovens contain a cleaning cycle on them? Over time your oven will get dirty and accumulate dirt and grease from cooking. Luckily, there a setting you can choose to clean your oven for you! The cleaning cycle setting will heat up the residue that is caked on and turn it to ash so you can easily wipe it off. However, certain parts in your oven need to be functioning properly in order for your oven to perform the self –cleaning. If your cleaning cycle is not working please check these parts in your oven! Continue reading

How They Really Work: Gas vs. Electric Stovetop and Oven

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Some of the best memories arise around the stove in your kitchen. When it comes to choosing the right range for your home, it is important to know how the unit functions to get the best possible use. Although gas ranges can save you money in the long run, you might find that electric ranges are more efficient. In our next blog, we will provide you with the information you need to choose the right range for your home. First, let’s check out some of the major components of a gas and electric range and how they work:

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