With the coronavirus pandemic lingering, Americans are eating at home quite a bit more these days. And some are coming to grips with the fact that their aging kitchen appliances are nearing the end of their lifespan.
Like it or not, they will eventually outlive their usefulness, start racking up repair bills or just plain die. Every appliance is different, but each type has a life expectancy. Here’s a look at the average lifespan of major appliances compiled by HouseLogic, a National Association of Realtors site geared toward homeowners.
Maybe you already live in an older house. Perhaps you’re planning to move into one.
While dance crazes and must-have gadgets come and go, the classic appeal of a well-maintained older home never seems to go out of style.
One of the most important ways to keep your old house going strong is to keep the electrical wiring in good condition. Continue reading
There are several of us do-it-yourselfers these days. With videos that will walk you through steps and the numerous how-to blogs on the Internet, it may be easy to believe that you can repair anything at home. But if you try to do DIY electrical projects yourself, one wrong move could seriously harm you or your family. Continue reading
When dealing with public spaces, builders know that it’s important to find an electrician. The experience of a trained commercial electrician ensures the success of your business. Knowing how to find a commercial electrician will save you time, mishaps, and money. Continue reading
If you are building a new addition to your home or considering a remodel project, you will need to know how to find an electrician. That may sound intimidating because there are many to choose from in the Springfield area. However, a lot of serious contractor related problems can be averted by doing a little research. Continue reading
Whether you are looking to have your home windows replaced, new siding installed on your garage or a pool built for the months ahead, it’s always important to find a home contractor that you can trust. Better Business Bureau recommends following some of their tips for hiring a contractor to work on your home! Continue reading