Gorenje retro refrigerators in new colors

Gorenje popular vintage refrigerators are now available in new colors and offer latest technology, user-friendly solutions, and economic operation. Coming in three styles, Chic, Vintage or Funky, both the RB 6288 single-door retro refrigerators and the RK 62358 bottom mount fridge freezers now belong to the economic ‘A+’ energy class, while the RF 62308 top mount models boast the ‘A++’ rating. Apart from excellent thermal insulation, all retro fridges also feature improved door sealing, as well as state-of-the-art cooling system components and refrigeration electronics, all of which are designed to minimise energy consumption.

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Wall range hoods

No stylish and elegant modern kitchen is complete without an equally sleek and functional range hood. The new Whirlpool lines feature breathtakingly beautiful wall range hoods that look like real design objects and provide the highest rate performance, leaving you with clean, odour-free air. Whirlpool equipped its wall hoods with the unique 6th Sense technology that automatically adjusts the suction power consumption and optimizes time.

The Glamor and Fusion wall range hoods have a special sensor that operates two important functions – Cooking to extract smoke and fumes from the environment, and Air … (read more)

Appliance Maintenance Tips- or Avoiding an Appliance Disaster

It can happen to anyone, anytime. The washer overflows, the dryer doesn’t dry or -gasp- the fridge stops cooling. Many common household appliance problems can be avoided by following some basic maintenance routines. Regular maintenance will prevent prevent breakdowns, saving you money on costly repairs, or even higher insurance costs if you have water damage.

Here are some common household appliance maintenance tips and the cost comparisons for maintenance, use and damage :

1. Clothes dryer
Even if you clean your clothes dryer’s lint trap with each load, a surprising amount of lint … (read more)

Upgrade Your Heating and Air

Heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems are often out-of-sight and out-of-mind when you’re looking to buy a new home, moving into one or just making sure your current home is in good repair. However, updating your HVAC system now can increase the comfort and energy efficiency of your home, and might even qualify you for a tax credit.

With the passage of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, homeowners may be eligible for a tax credit if they purchase certain types of HVAC systems, water heating equipment, or make other energy-related improvements … (read more)

Kitchen Design Basics

With so many choices in materials, appliances and accessories, sometimes it can be difficult to know where to start when choosing the components that make up your new kitchen.

A good designer should be able to point you in the right direction and sites such as this can give you some good hints, tips and ideas, but ultimately the choice of kitchen style is entirely up to you.

If you have any questions about kitchen design that are not covered in these pages then give us a call!

Planning

Obviously, planning is the … (read more)

Hoods and Vents

You can cook without a hood or a vent, but moisture, grease, odors, and heat from cooking on a cooktop can damage the rest of your kitchen.

Also, steam from cooking condenses on windows and walls, and in some cases carbon monoxide from the burning of gas can build up.

A range or cooktop hood or vent will remove most if not all of the above problems.

Hood Styles

Hood choices range from basic ductless wall-mount units, to systems with lights, timers, and easy-clean surfaces.

You can buy hidden slim-line hood designs which … (read more)