Tag archives for: Household Appliances
January isn’t all doom and gloom, but it is a time where people aim to save on costs and lower their spending. But, before you decide not to buy that pair of shoes or cut down on wine and cheese nights, you can start by saving money in your home!
How well do you know your appliances? Well, to test your skills we have created a quiz featuring a series of close-up images of the everyday appliances you’d find in any home. To increase the pressure and up the ante, there is a 3-minute time limit!
Our household appliances rarely get a second thought from us, until a fault occurs. Unfortunately, failure to pay attention to appliances not only leads to an increased risk in faults occurring; but can also result in unpleasant odours becoming prominent.
To help remove some of the odours from your home, at eSpares we’ve taken a look at the three common appliances to emit odours, before giving some tips on how to tackle them.
The cost of appliances can be frightening, with the price of a washing machine varying from anywhere between £150 and £2,000. After spending a small fortune on household appliances it can be frustrating when they gain a fault.
However, at eSpares we don’t believe that a faulty appliance needs to prove costly. Nor do we think a fault should result in a new appliance being purchased; especially when there’s a good chance you’ll be able to carry out a repair for a fraction of the cost.
As a child there’s a very good chance that you had a favourite superhero, some of the names branded around the eSpares office include Batman, Superman, Wolverine, and some of my favourites Donatello, Michelangelo, Leonardo and Raphael – also known as the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, who were trained by, of all things, a rat (Splinter). Over the last few years, each of those making the list below have had a film (or two) made about them, with the latest TMNT film set to hit the big screen in mid-October.
Last month, September, was the month when in reality not a lot happens, schools return and the countdown for Christmas begins. With many of us looking to tighten the belts after the summer holiday and ahead of the festive period, more time is being spent within the home resulting in the “to-do” lists of work which needs to be carried around the home increasing, with tasks such as fixing faulty household appliances making up a large proportion of the list.Read more