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"
If your child is one of the millions who suffers from allergies in the U.S., you know that it can be hard to control their symptoms. Reducing contact with airborne allergens like dust and pollen can help prevent the onset of symptoms in children. Allergy symptoms can be especially troublesome during back-to-school season, when a … Continue reading "How Appliances Can Help You Manage Your Child’s Allergies"
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"
The changing seasons are often welcome. The allergies that come with them? Not so much. But don’t let the threat of seasonal sneezes cool your enthusiasm about fall or spring. Here are six ways you can use your appliances to reduce and remove allergens from the air, floor and furniture in your home: Wash it … Continue reading "6 Ways to Reduce and Remove Allergens in Your Home"
If you’re reading this, you are probably considering adding a central vacuum to your home. While central vacuums aren’t as well known as the more common upright, canister, stick or robotic vacuums, they offer serious convenience, cleaning power and a host of features. We have compiled some of the most common questions about central vacuums … Continue reading "Frequently Asked Questions About Central Vacuums"
When you are crouched down, sweeping the crumbs off the floor after dinner, have you ever wished that the wall would magically open up and just swallow the mess? If so, it might be time to think about installing a central vacuum. As the name suggests, the vacuums use a unit placed in a centralized … Continue reading "Thinking of Installing a Central Vacuum? Here’s what to expect."
Do you use a cordless vacuum, robotic vacuum or cordless kitchen appliance? Eventually, you will have to replace your appliance’s rechargeable battery. And when that time comes, you’ll likely go online to look for the best deal. While everyone wants to save money, that “good deal” on a replacement may cost you later. Just as … Continue reading "Cordless Appliances and Battery Safety"
There was a time when choosing carpet for your home meant picking out an unassuming, neutral tone like white, beige or gray and laying it throughout the house. Today, consumers often venture beyond the safe choices of the past and look to their carpet as an opportunity to make a statement. “Regardless of the fiber, … Continue reading "On the Carpet: Style, Personalization and Care"
Vacuums are like the magician of home appliances. You pass them over the top of some dirt and—presto—it disappears! There’s nothing magic about it, though. Whether you use a canister, stick, upright, central or robotic vacuum, the cleaning power it provides is the result of precision engineering and many parts working together to help you … Continue reading "Essential vacuum maintenance tips for high-level floor care"
When you think of vacuuming, you may think of the traditional: A stick, upright or canister vacuum, or perhaps a robot. All of those are effective options for floor care. There is also lesser-known option, though: the central vacuum. Central vacuums are used by millions in the U.S. and Canada and offer a different kind … Continue reading "Central Vacuums: Built-in floor care"