Spring is a few months away, but January is a great time to get your living space in order. Whether your New Year’s resolution involves keeping a tidier space, or your home just needs a deep clean after the holidays, you’ll find something in AHAM’s roundup that will help you keep your appliances and home … Continue reading "Don’t Wait Until Spring: AHAM’s top cleaning tips"
With the holidays in full swing, kitchen appliances, from major appliances like the oven and range to portables like the stand mixer and immersion blender, are being put to good use across the U.S. to turn out holiday favorites from turkey to cookies to pies. Appliances are extremely safe when used properly and are tested … Continue reading "Your Recipe for Safer Holiday Cooking"
Safety, security, warranty: Why it’s important to have your appliances repaired by authorized providers
Every day, you rely on your appliances to keep yourself and your family safe, clean, fed and comfortable. It’s a disruption when one of them suddenly stops working. When a refrigerator breaks down, it can mean spoiled or unsafe food. A heater or air conditioner that malfunctions means you can be left to suffer through … Continue reading "Safety, security, warranty: Why it’s important to have your appliances repaired by authorized providers"
For many families, the kitchen is so much more than a place to prepare meals. It’s the heart of a home. It’s a multifunctional space, and often the center of family life. Kitchens are natural gathering places, and they foster connection, communication, and the creation of cherished memories. Kitchens are spaces where culinary skills are … Continue reading "Kitchen Design Tips for Function and Comfort"
If indoor air quality had a season, fall might be it. With millions of children across the U.S. and Canada now back in school, multiple indoor air quality concerns are on the minds of parents, educators and others. Those include new COVID variants, fall allergies, and the spread of illnesses like colds and the flu. … Continue reading "Respiratory Illnesses, Fall Allergies Put Indoor Air Quality in Focus"
We’re in the thick of summer, and many parts of the U.S. and Canada are experiencing extreme heat. Heat warnings are in place in some areas, and people are turning to air conditioners to keep indoor temperatures comfortable. Along with uncomfortable heat and humidity, hot weather can also lead to higher energy bills. You may … Continue reading "Heat Wave: Air Conditioner and Other Appliance Tips to Save Energy and Stay Cool"
When asked how cooking impacts the air in your home, your first thought might be smells like freshly baked cookies, or perhaps a burning pizza. Scents are an often great part of cooking, but the impact of cooking on your indoor air quality is more complex than that. All cooking, whether done with gas, electric, … Continue reading "Range Hoods: Ventilation Improves Air Quality While Cooking"
Robot vacuums now account for over 65% of new vacuum sales, making them ubiquitous in homes everywhere. But unlike, say, your refrigerator, they’re a relative newcomer on the scene. Their quick rise to popularity and rapidly changing technology mean that your robot vacuum likely has features you’re not taking full advantage of, and that you … Continue reading "Tips & Tricks for your Robot Vacuum Cleaner"
What kind of vacuum are you using at home? According to AHAM member company SharkNinja, robot vacuums now account for more than 65% of vacuum cleaner sales, and about 40% of U.S. households report having used one in their homes. Whether you were an early robot vacuum adopter, or you’re just considering making the switch, … Continue reading "Make the Most of Your Robot Vacuum’s Features"
Spring is here, and allergies are right around the corner, if not already knocking at the door. Luckily, you already have a secret weapon at your disposal! Your appliances can help remove some of the allergens from your home and reduce your symptoms. We’ve gathered our top allergy prevention advice to help you through … Continue reading "Best of AHAM Allergy Advice"