Keeping household appliances spick, span, and humming like brand-new and they'll keep their worth for years to come.
Today we found helpful articles on how to get the best deals on major household appliances, simple ways to save at Walgreens, and how to spend less on your family vacation.
Keeping your food fresh isn't easy, but it can be. Just use any of these vacuum sealers and keep your food as fresh as can be.
Keeping your sinuses clear in the dead of winter isn't simple, but it can be. Just use any of these humidifiers and you'll breathe easy.
With just a few small tweaks to your routine, soon you'll be treading lightly and carrying a heavy wallet.
What's good for the environment can be good for your wallet. Find out how much that little Energy Star logo is really saving you.
Saving money can all come down to one magic number: 50%.
Major household appliances aren't cheap. Here's how long you can expect your investment to last.
From door locks to kitchen appliances, some things are worth the extra cost. Shop smart, but don't skimp when it comes to these home buys.
Before your next milestone birthday, look at the big picture. Have the purchases you've made revealed something about who you are?
Better safe than sorry, right? That may be your reasoning behind buying product warranties. But in these four instances, warranties definitely aren't worth it.
A modern new dishwasher should last 15 years, but you can extend the machine's useful lifetime much longer than that with a few simple maintenance chores.
Buying or making food in bulk and storing it in the freezer is one of the best ways to save money. Do it with one of these great freezer picks.
Get the best combination of energy efficiency and organization with one of these excellent refrigerators.
Make your dorm room feel like home with these appliances that make it easy eat, caffeinate, clean, and more.
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.
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.
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.
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.
From outdated appliances to that weird wallpaper the previous tenant put up in the kitchen, there are plenty of ways to save on big-ticket decor improvements.
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