The appliances in your home are a big investment. You can avoid repairs, keep them running efficiently, and get them to last as long as possible by using these tips from Consumer Reports.
Are you or someone you know heading back to college? To help recreate the comforts of home, Consumer Reports has a roundup of small appliances to recommend.
With the holiday weekend here, a lot of us will be firing up the grill.
Repair or replace? That’s always the question with appliances and electronics when they go on the fritz.
Did you know that toilets are the main source of water in your home?
Students are already gearing up to go back to school. For college students, that means shopping for gear that can provide some of the comforts of home.
First-time home buyers may wonder if it’s necessary to purchase a home warranty. Today’s Angie’s List report takes a look at why you should read the fine print before making a decision.
Learn how to keep your large home appliances working through basic maintenance.
The busy holiday cooking season is officially upon us. Are your appliances ready to work overtime?
Home appliances cause an estimated 150,000 fires a year, resulting in 150 deaths and more than $500 million in property damage. Now a new Consumer Reports investigation has turned up disturbing findings.
The Pittsburgh area is embarking on a heat wave. There are ways to keep your home cool that go beyond cranking up the air conditioning.
A lot of things are disposable these days, but what about your appliances? How do you know when to fix them, or get something new? It’s a call we never want to make.