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Do Home Remedies Work for Organic Lawn Care?

We might love the idea of maintaining our lawns with non-toxic pantry products — soda, vinegar, and dish detergent — that help keep pesticides and other chemicals out of the environment while saving us a little money. Read the rest of this entry »

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How to Care for Your Refrigerator

Refrigerators are hardworking appliances that run 24/7 and deserve some TLC. But other than clearing out smelly food, how much time did you devote to refrigerator maintenance last year?

If you want your fridge to live its full life — typically 13 years — show it some love and perform these simple maintenance tasks. Read the rest of this entry »

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How to Help Your Appliances Last Longer

Is it just me or does it seem that appliances don’t last as long as they’re supposed to?

Our dryer died after 11 years (two years before a typical dryer’s lifespan is up), and we repaired our refrigerator three times before it reached its 12th birthday (it’s supposed to live for 13 years). Read the rest of this entry »

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Are You Paying Too Much for Common Repairs?

Congratulations on buying your first house. Now, you have to learn how to keep it in good repair. To be safe, you should set aside money every year — 1% to 3% of your home’s purchase price — for repairs and maintenance. Read the rest of this entry »

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How to Care for Your Water Heater

Hot water heaters work hard for you, providing warm baths, clean clothes, and sparkling pots and pans.

So show your water heater some love by following a routine maintenance schedule that will keep it running for its 15-year expected lifetime, and perhaps beyond. Read the rest of this entry »

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10 Tips for Saving Energy in the Laundry Room

Here’s a fun laundry room fact: The average American family washes 300 loads of laundry a year, spending about 68 cents per load, for a yearly total of $204.

Most laundry room expenses come from heating water for washing and heating air for drying. But these costs aren’t set in stone, and you can save money by following these energy-reducing tips. Read the rest of this entry »

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