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Diagnosing a Faulty Dishwasher Heating Element: DIY vs. Professional Appliance Repair Services

15th November 2011
When your dishwasher's heating element isn't working properly, the problem can manifest itself in a number of ways. Learn to recognize the symptoms of a faulty heating element and weigh the pros and cons of handling the necessary dishwasher repair in hous... Read >
Author: Maria Allen

Decalcifier

04th October 2011
Limescale build up is a problem that we have all encountered at some point, and it is extremely frustrating as it is difficult to remove. When you need to eradicate limescale effectively, then a decalcifier is ideal. Yet you have to purchase a decalcifier... Read >
Author: Henry James

The Function of an Electric Water Heater

27th April 2011
There are a lot of different appliances out there that use some pretty incredible technology in order to make our lives easier. One great example of this type of a unit is that of electric water heaters. These water heaters are great because they can effe... Read >
Author: Kurt Zier

Advantages of stainless steel dishwashers

23rd April 2010
A dishwasher is one of the most important appliances you will enjoy using in your home. So be sure that you are investing in one, that matches your budget and does the job right. If you are thinking of getting a dishwasher, before you set out to buy one, ... Read >
Author: Samuel Teo

Understanding Warewashing

28th August 2009
Warewashing equipment is the collective industry name for dishwashers and glasswashers. It derives its name from glass "ware" and table "ware." A common question from caterers is why can't they use the same machine for both glasswashing and plate washing... Read >
Author: easyequipment

Smart Dishwasher Tips for Keeping Your Stainless Steel Flatware Looking Chic and Shiny

29th May 2009
For something we depend on so regularly, there is surprisingly little information available about effectively using a dishwasher! A little knowledge can make all the difference between having gorgeous stainless steel flatware and spending hours scrubbing ... Read >
Author: Christine OKelly

Why A Built In Fridge Is Better Than A Stand Alone Fridge

27th March 2009
The built in refrigerators is one of the most efficient and spacious fridges and basically they are advantageous over the stand alone refrigerators, commonly referred to as freezer-less fridge because of their wide array of features, for example the built... Read >
Author: Veronica Jewell

Bosch SGS45C02GB Dishwasher – A sparkling addition to any kitchen

25th February 2009
The Bosch SGS45C02GB dishwasher is another exceptional appliance from this manufacturer. Bosch knows how to get it right and with this dishwasher they didn't miss a trick. The SGS45C02GB dishwasher is designed to work hard to get the job done while offeri... Read >
Author: Amy Dutton

How the Hospitality Industry Cheats the Tax System

03rd September 2008
Weddings. Galas. Corporate luncheons. Conferences. When big events roll through town, it can mean big money to the places that host them, but it can also mean that they have to hire temporary people to do the things that their staff would normally do - li... Read >
Author: Jonas Lindblom

How Many Outlets Should I Have in Each Room?

25th June 2008
How many outlets you should have in a room is determined by your housing electrical code. Not all housing codes are the same for all states. Generally, you need to have an outlet every six feet. This is common in living rooms, bedrooms and dining rooms. I... Read >
Author: Andy Electrician

Aprons And The Old Fashioned Types We Wore

29th June 2007
Old fashioned aprons would probably have to mean something that is not new. Aprons that were worn by our ancestors and even in times before that. One thing is for certain, aprons have always been necessary as a means of keeping oneself clean and tidy duri... Read >
Author: Steve Knowles
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