Vol.1, No.12
Home Appliances

Refrigerator feature reviews

Rent to own appliances hidden costs and benefits

What to consider about a home water filter


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The Home Appliances Issue

 A Letter From The Editor

Appliances are as much a part of the home as the walls or the floor in modern society. Few people would consider a building a house without a stove, refrigerator, and (depending on the climate) a heater and air conditioner. With our increased appliance dependence over the last 100 years, appliance manufacturers face increased responsibility to provide cheap yet durable and feature-filled products. Obviously, sometimes they fall short on one or all of those requirements. To save money and inconvenience, you can become an expert on home appliances before the next time you go shopping. Hopefully today's issue will start you on that path as it introduces important concepts like the possibility of buying used, the reputations of major manufacturers, and the cost savings of energy efficiency.

Warmly,


Patricia Meyer
HappyNews Editor

 Home Appliances : Table of Contents

» Air purifiers and allergy relief benefits » How to buy a used dishwasher » Choosing a new electric grill » Advantages of cooking with a toaster oven » Choosing a new wall oven » All about Maytag » All about Samsung » Whirlpool product lines, history and reviews. » What appliances need special wall outlet plugs? » Balancing the dryer » Comparing popular appliance manufacturers » Refrigerator feature reviews » Rent to own appliances hidden costs and benefits » Side by side vs traditional refrigerators » The refrigerator features you do and don't need » Us appliances vs foreign appliances » What to consider about a home water filter