December 3, 2014 | DIY & Home Improvement  |  Laundry Appliance Repair, Help & Advice |
Come rain or shine, the washing machine is an appliance which is continuously put through its paces. Such use can, and very often will, take its toll on the performance and efficiency of the appliance.
Keeping your washing machine working to its full potential doesn’t need to be a difficult task. With a bit of regular maintenance you can keep your washing machine working like new for years to come.Read more
December 1, 2014 | Kitchen Appliances Repair, Help & Advice |
When it comes to keeping your cooker running one of the most important things is to be able to diagnose faults. By being able to diagnose faults, you’ll be able to spot and rectify them sooner – keeping your cooker working to its full potential for longer.
As with all kitchen appliances, the list of faults which can (and do) occur with cookers is extensive. But there are a few faults which are more common than others and below we’ve outlined (in no particular order) the ten most common cooker faults.
November 28, 2014 | DIY & Home Improvement  |  Money Saving Tips & Tricks |
Christmas, “it’s the most wonderful time of the year” and as the time to put our Christmas trees up fast approaches, many of us will be looking at other ways in which we can decorate our homes over the festive period.
One way in which you can create a magical Christmas time is by adding a festive touch throughout your home with the vast array of Christmas lights available.
November 26, 2014 | DIY & Home Improvement  |  General Appliance Care & Advice  |  Money Saving Tips & Tricks |
Black Friday is one of the biggest shopping days of the year, as consumers descend on the shops in the hope of picking up a bargain. But why go and join the frenzy of sale shopping, when for an even greater saving, you could repair your appliance.
To help you save money we’ve compiled a brief guide on how you can fix the common faults you’re likely to find with those household appliances which are used on a regular basis.
November 24, 2014 | Money Saving Tips & Tricks |
Within the infographic below, we look at some of the Christmas “must haves” you should seriously consider purchasing to ensure that your house sparkles this Christmas and that the festive feeling spreads throughout.
November 20, 2014 | Money Saving Tips & Tricks |
Marie Antoinette is reported to have once said “Let them eat cake” and whilst there may be some disagreements as to whether she actually uttered the words, one thing we can be certain of is that November 26th is National Cake Day.
To celebrate National Cake Day we’ve selected a few family favourite cake recipes for you to try out.
November 18, 2014 | Kitchen Appliances Repair, Help & Advice |
With Christmas soon to be on the horizon, the kitchen is set become the hub of the home. As preparations get underway, from making the mincemeat for your mince-pies through to trying out new recipes for homemade soup and desserts, you may find that you don’t have the accessories you require.Read more
November 14, 2014 | Kitchen Appliances Repair, Help & Advice |
Today is “Clean Out Your Fridge Day” and although the day seems to have lost some traction over recent years, with roughly six weeks until Christmas, now is the perfect time to give your fridge a once over.
As part of giving your fridge a once over, you should make sure you do the following.
November 12, 2014 | Cleaning Tips  |  DIY & Home Improvement |
Autumn traditionally sees the leaves turning golden and the wet weather returning with a vengeance. The autumnal weather also brings about its own cleaning challenges. To give you a helping hand at tackling such challenges, at eSpares we’ve compiled a brief guide on some of the cleaning essentials you’ll need.
November 10, 2014 | Kitchen Appliances Repair, Help & Advice |
Did you know that forty-seven years ago, the countertop microwave was first sold? It’s hard to believe that it wasn’t that long ago, especially as now the microwave is considered to be an indispensable necessity in most kitchens up and down the country, being used regularly to re-heat food such as homemade soups in the winter; through to cooking beans and jacket potatoes.