Dirty Drip Pans Are A Drag-- Here Are Some Ways To Clean Them

Posted on: 2 December 2014

The drip pans on an electric stove can be your best friend -- they stop things from dripping down into the rest of the stove -- and your worst cleaning enemy. The foods they catch tend to dry on them and harden, making the drip pans look horrible. A common remedy is to line the pans with foil, but this is actually inadvisable -- the foil can reflect too much heat back onto the electric coils of the burner, thus destroying the burner.
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Three Home Improvement Projects You Should Complete Before Selling Your Home

Posted on: 2 December 2014

Before you put your home on the market, you should handle any of the major repairs that might make a potential buyer second guess your property. While roof and siding repairs are common, there are a few other improvement projects that can also improve the curb appeal of your home. Here are some critical repairs that could mean the difference between a great offer on your home and a lackluster offer.
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Learn How To Remove A Blockage In Your Garbage Disposal

Posted on: 2 December 2014

If you notice that your garbage disposal has started to make a strange noise or has a funky smell coming out of it, there may be something wrong with it. There are many times when things can accidentally fall into the garbage disposal and cause it not to work properly. Bones, pieces of plastic and even silverware can fall into the disposal and cause damage. Use the following guide to learn what to do, if you think there is a blockage in your garbage disposal.
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Are Your Hot Flashes Confusing Your AC And Your Furnace Or Hurting Them?

Posted on: 2 December 2014

Your thermostat doesn't know if it's heating or cooling. One moment the air conditioner's blasting in the dead of winter. The next moment it's turned up to 80 degrees. Perimenopausal women, stop the madness! Not only might you be confusing your AC and your furnace, you might actually be hurting them! Suddenly Switching Gears Switching between your furnace and air conditioner too quickly can cause your furnace to quit on you.
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