How To Repair Your Broken Refrigerator Cord

Posted on: 13 January 2016

If the electrical cord to your refrigerator has become damaged or compromised, you don't need to get a new fridge. All you need to do is remove the damaged cord and attach a new plug. Here is how you can easily fix your broken or damaged refrigerator cord.  Supplies Wire Cutter Wire Stripper Screwdriver 3-Prong 15 Amp Plug Set-Up This is a fairly quick job, so you do not need to remove all the food from your fridge while you do it.
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Duct ~ Duct ~ Ewww: The Nasty Truth About Leaking Ductwork

Posted on: 23 December 2015

If you have leaking ductwork, your home may be riddled with several problems that you have not realized are related to the ducts. Malfunctioning ducts can negatively impact indoor air quality resulting in respiratory issues. They may also result in property owners having higher energy costs associated with their heating and cooling due to energy being lost and wasted through the leaking ducts. The following issues represent some of the most common and serious problems leaky ductwork can cause.
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3 Ideas To Help You Save Money On Your Energy Bill

Posted on: 30 November 2015

As a homeowner, you are always looking for ways to save money on your energy bill. However, you don't want to spend a fortune to make it happen. Now, you can save money on your energy bill by adding in a few home d├ęcor items and implementing a couple simple tips into your life. In doing so, you can slash costs and keep more of your money in your pocket. Try out the ideas below and see how much of a difference it can make in your life.
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Pros And Cons Of Pans Made From Various Metals

Posted on: 9 November 2015

If you're choosing cookware for your kitchen, you have three basic metals to choose from: aluminum, stainless steel, or copper. Which is the best choice for you will depend on how you intend to cook and what qualities are most important to you. To help you decide, here's a look at the pros and cons of each material. Aluminum  Aluminum reacts quickly to temperature changes, making it a good choice when you want to heat something up quickly.
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