Monthly Archives: May 2011

A range ventilator or hood collects and vents the smoke and fumes that are produced during cooking. It is used to ventilate the cooking area and eliminate odors. The ventilator also reduces grease build- up that can cause kitchen fires....
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For anyone who has ever spent hours on their knees, wiping the interior of an oven with caustic chemicals, the idea of a self-cleaning oven can seem like a miracle. But how does the self-cleaning process actually work? Simply put,...
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One of the most convenient machines found in numerous homes is the clothes dryer. While it can be a handy time saver, it can also be hazardous when not maintained properly. Without regular maintenance checks, a dryer can catch fire,...
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Everyone loves to have a chilled bottle of white or blush wine on hand. Whether it is because guests may be dropping by unexpectedly or simply for a bottle of wine with dinner, that perfectly chilled glass of Riesling or...
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Appliance repair specialists are treasure troves of information on maintaining home cooking appliances. Here are some time-tested tips for keeping an oven trouble-free for years. 1. Follow the manufacturers’ instructions to the letter when using self-cleaning and continuous-clean ovens. Avoid...
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Energy conservation measures have been on the table since the 1990s and high-efficiency washing machines made their first appearance in the latter years of that decade. With rising fuel prices and utility costs, many homeowners are now opting for these...
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