Appliance repairs are easy and we’re on a mission to prove it. In fact, we consider it our duty to show you that it’s really quite simple to fix it yourself.
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Kickstarter is the perfect platform for the little guy. It’s the place to go for people with a brilliant idea and the know how to pull it off, but lacking one little thing – the money to make it!
Let’s play a little word association game. When we say moving house what are the first words that comes to mind? If you thought something along the lines of “excitement” or “new home” that’s great. But if words like “stress” and “disruption” sprung to mind then we feel your pain.
So you thought appliances with artificial intelligence only existed in sci-fi films? Think again! New tech revealed at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) gives us a glimpse into the cutting edge appliances coming on the market and yes, they’re amazing.
Common New Year’s resolutions include getting healthy, giving more to charity and giving up bad habits. But we have other ideas!
Christmas is the absolute worst time for an appliance to go wrong. All of the repairs engineers are out enjoying turkey dinners and seasonal drinks. The shops are heaving with people trying to get a bargain in the sales. But you still need a working appliance ASAP!
Are your appliances ready for the Christmas onslaught? There’s only one way to know for sure!
Want hot oven tips? Washing machine advice so good it’ll get your head in a spin? Microwave info that’ll let you ping into action?
To make all of the appliances around your home last as long as possible all you need to do is peruse these top tips!
Your hairdryer is good for more than just styling your flowing locks. (We’ve just gone right ahead and assumed that if you’re reading this you have flowing locks.) Hairdryers are in fact very versatile beauty appliances that can help you with all sorts of jobs around your house.
It’s cold. It’s dark. It’s miserable. Yep, it’s definitely winter. But it’s not all doom and gloom. Winter is the season of bonfires, hot chocolate, comfy jumpers and of course Christmas. (It’s November so we’re allowed to mention this particular C-word now, right?) To help you survive, nay, enjoy winter in all its blustery glory you might need a little help from your appliances.