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Granite Countertop Dishwasher Installation

Granite Countertop Dishwasher Installation Kit L304458800 Facilitates the installation of an under counter dishwasher without the need to drill holes for mounting screws. It is approved for granite, quartz, acrylic and other solid surface counter tops. Kit comes with 2 … Continue reading

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Water Filter Reminder

Refrigerator water filters keep your water and ice tasting great. Also keep parts like the ice maker, and fill tubes running smooth to prevent costly appliance repairs.  It is suggested to change you filter every 6 months to a year. … Continue reading

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Dryer Vent Fires, How to prevent

Choosing the Right Duct The dryer’s transition hose can be an important factor in saving energy. It can also be a critical factor in protecting property and even lives. Why? Dryer-caused home fires have been documented at levels exceeding 14,000 … Continue reading

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Best Cleaners for Appliances

  Five Tips to clean your Stainless Steel Appliances There are over a thousand cleaning solutions to choose from on the market. No need to get overwhelmed, here are three great traditional cleaning products that will make your appliances sparkle … Continue reading

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6 Tips to Saving Energy in the Summer

To keep your summer running smoothly and as least expensive as possible, try these six energy saving tips. Turn your thermostat to 78 degrees when you are home and 85 degrees when you are not. Do laundry after 5 P.M. … Continue reading

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Proper Oven Maintenance

The best way to get the most out of your appliances is by checking up on their maintenance from time to time. To ensure that your ovens are functioning at their highest capacity follow these tips: Check the oven door … Continue reading

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Getting Your Grill Ready for Summer

Outdoor plans begin to become more frequent as the weather starts to warm up. Your grill probably didn’t get used very often during the winter months and might have experienced some wear and tear. First place to start is by … Continue reading

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