Happy New Year! If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to save money, check out some of my past blog articles on the topic. You’ll find helpful tips on how to extend the life of your refrigerator, washer and clothes dryer. Most tips are easy to do and only take a few minutes. Doing so will save you money in the New Year.
Don’t spend money on something you can repair yourself. These quick and easy appliance fixes could save you hundreds of dollars.
This tool can help you test the electrical path (or continuity) of an appliance part. Owning an Ohmmeter will help you determine for sure that a part is indeed bad and can save you time and money during your appliance repairs.
Buy in bulk and freeze the rest. Handy tips on saving money on food with a deep freezer.
Even if you have a brand new appliance, this is an excellent list to review. You might pick up some tips on how to correctly use or maintain your appliance which will make it function better, last longer and possibly save you money by running in a more energy efficient manner.
Ever wonder how much it costs to run your household appliances? This article will give you an average idea based off of estimates from the U.S. Department of Energy. It also gives tips on how to make sure your appliances are being as energy efficient as they can be. A little bit of cleaning and some basic maintenance can save you hundreds of dollars a year in energy costs.
Good suggestions on how to save money when shopping for new appliances. Some suggestions include: ask to buy the floor model, offer to purchase appliances with cosmetic damages (scratches and dings) buy last year’s model, plus many more.