While it might seem smarter to stick with older appliances, stocking your home with Energy Star appliances can save you major cash in the long run.
by: Dealnews | channel: Green Living, Home
You'll find power guzzlers in both likely and unlikely places around your home. But by making some fairly painless changes, you can see big savings.
by: Dealnews | channel: Green Living
Moving refrigerators and other large items requires more care and work than you might expect. Learn from an expert how to do the job right.
by: Thursday Bram | channel: General Tips
The common line is that it's better to repair than replace, but that's not always true. Here's how to figure out what you should do when something breaks.
by: Jeff Yeager | channel: Home, Shopping
From outdated appliances to that weird wallpaper the previous tenant put up in the kitchen, there are plenty of ways to save on big-ticket decor improvements.
by: Tisha Tolar | channel: Home
Even if you have an EnergyStar refrigerator, these big appliances still eat electricity. Here are some tips for making fridges run more efficiently.
Life without a microwave might seem prehistoric, but it's easy. Learn how you can depend less on nuking your food and avoid another cumbersome kitchen appliance.
by: Ashley Watson | channel: Food and Drink
Your dishwasher does a good job cleaning the dishes, but it doesn't always do a good job cleaning itself. Learn how to avoid breakdowns and high repair costs.
From surprising rebates to scratch-and-dent discounts and more, there is almost always a way to pay less for major appliances.
by: Darwins Money | channel: Shopping
You may be looking into buying a replacement for that old fridge or dishwasher, but take a minute to run through these tips.
by: Linsey Knerl | channel: Home, Shopping
Last year the Cash for Clunkers program gave out billions of dollars in rebates for purchasing new cars. This spring a smaller rebate program called Cash for Appliances is rolling
by: Xin Lu | channel: Green Living, Shopping
A new study out today in PNAS confirms what we always suspected was true. The higher the price you pay for a product, the greater your subjective experience of pleasure in the prod
by: Catherine Shaffer | channel: Personal Finance, Frugal Living, Budgeting, Shopping
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