Spending More Time Inside? How to Make the Air You Breathe Cleaner

Whether it is because of social distancing or to avoid the summer heat, you might find yourself spending more time indoors this summer. That extra time at home has made it even more important to avoid the discomfort and potential health issues, like allergy symptoms, that can arise from poor indoor air quality. A room … Continue reading "Spending More Time Inside? How to Make the Air You Breathe Cleaner"

AHAM’s COVID-19 Round Up

COVID-19 has, in many ways, turned our lives upside down this year. With work and school now taking place remotely for many of us, the way that we use our homes has changed dramatically. The home appliances we rely on for comfort and convenience are filling more roles in our lives than ever before. Over … Continue reading "AHAM’s COVID-19 Round Up"

Ask Your Manufacturer Before You Disinfect Your Appliances

Sanitizers and disinfectants have been popular items since the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic as consumers step up their cleaning vigilance at home. There are hundreds of disinfectant products that the U.S. EPA and Health Canada say are proven to kill COVID-19 on surfaces. However, though the products the EPA recommends may kill the … Continue reading "Ask Your Manufacturer Before You Disinfect Your Appliances"

Get the Most Out of Your Freezer

Last month, shipments of standalone freezers shot up as people replaced or purchased a new freezer for their home. With stay-at-home orders in place across the country, trips to the grocery have been reduced, and families are aiming to stock up on essential goods and ingredients. Freezers have long been a cornerstone of food storage, … Continue reading "Get the Most Out of Your Freezer"

Indoor Air Quality is an Essential Part of a Healthy Home

Stay-at-home orders as a result of COVID-19 have many across North America looking for ways they can improve their comfort. More people are baking at home, and sales of bread makers, pasta makers and electric rotisseries have surged as Americans cook at home and de-stress with comfort food. And with so many people spending so … Continue reading "Indoor Air Quality is an Essential Part of a Healthy Home"

Your Guide to Appliance Repair During COVID-19

With millions sheltering at home while they work to slow the spread of COVID-19, households are relying on their appliances more than ever. And that is true for all appliances, from the refrigerator to the clothes washer to the stand mixer. “People who normally cook once or twice a year are now using their ovens … Continue reading "Your Guide to Appliance Repair During COVID-19"

Organize Your Refrigerator and Reheat Leftovers for Food Safety

Food storage and preservation is front-and-center for many families as they stay home to fight the spread of COVID-19. Refrigerator organization is a sometimes overlooked aspect of efficient living. Many people are used to putting items where they best fit. But depending on what you have in your refrigerator, that approach could be putting you … Continue reading "Organize Your Refrigerator and Reheat Leftovers for Food Safety"

How to Improve Your Living Space, Simplify Life, and Build Comfort During COVID-19

A few weeks ago, your day-to-day world consisted of your home, your car, an office, maybe a school. Now, you are among the millions across North America who are spending most of their time inside because of restrictions to stop the spread of COVID-19. While a comfortable home is a good place to spend your … Continue reading "How to Improve Your Living Space, Simplify Life, and Build Comfort During COVID-19"

Quarantined? Using what you have at home

We’re spending more time indoors right now than normal. Keeping each other safe is extremely important right now, but we have to keep ourselves and our families busy, too. Luckily, there’s more to do around your home than you think! Do you love to cook? Normally, we are so pressed for time it’s easy to … Continue reading "Quarantined? Using what you have at home"

Working at Home? Homeschooling? Making your Kitchen Functional During the COVID-19 Quarantine

Whether you call it social distancing or quarantine, millions of families are now spending more time together at home than ever and kitchens are being tested to live up to their reputation as a multi-use space. What was a kitchen yesterday is now also a classroom and perhaps a home office. Parents are teaching, in … Continue reading "Working at Home? Homeschooling? Making your Kitchen Functional During the COVID-19 Quarantine"