Washing the dishes might be one of everyone’s least favorite chore. It’s definitely the chore that screams, “I’ll do it later”. But not taking care of your dishes as soon as possible might make you get sick over time, and attract those unwanted house guests (yes, I am talking about bugs and mice). Don’t be the lazy roommate or the annoying employee that leaves their … Continue reading Do Your Dishes
Congratulations you bought your first home or you moved into a new home! May you find great happiness at your new address, may you also find the must-haves you need for your new place. Unfortunately, not all new homes come with the bells and whistles or maybe you got the house but it’s just not your sense of style, and you want to update or … Continue reading House bought, what else do you need?
If you ever wonder why your electricity bill is so high, it could have to do with your lighting, heating, and your major appliances. There are different ways to reduce your household energy, from simple behavioral adjustments to some home improvement purchases all that will save you money in the end! Lightbulbs Lightbulbs take up about 5% of the energy bill. Switching to energy-efficient lighting … Continue reading Save Energy, Save Money
The first electronic television was invented in 1927 by a 21-year-old inventor named Philo Taylor Farnsworth. There was only one line on the screen. The first-ever television station started working in 1928 and by 1931 approximately 25 television stations in the United States were running. Television soon became it of mass-communication technology! Today televisions are becoming essentials to every household. With companies like Samsung, SONY, … Continue reading The Ultimate Buying Guide for a New TV
On average 67% of Americans play video games, that us about 211 million people playing video games on the regular on one type of device. The video game industry globally makes up to $100 billion a year! It’s no wonder two-thirds of American homes have households members that play video games regularly. During the 1970s the first generation of home consoles was introduced. You might … Continue reading Video Games Have Health Benefits
Is your refrigerator running? You better go catch it. A household on average replaces the refrigerator between every ten to twenty years. If your refrigerator is from the 90s era, it might be time to replace it. A refrigerator is a must-have household appliance, how else are you going to store fresh produce, deli meats, and leftovers? Although they are built to last a while, … Continue reading Is your refrigerator running?
You might be guilty of never changing your mattress. Suggested by The Better Sleep Council, your body may be ready for a new mattress even before the suggested 7-year mark! Mattresses were not designed to last forever, and excessive wear and tear will age a product faster. Even with owning a top of a line mattress, it will eventually need replacing. Since you spend one-third … Continue reading Replace Your Mattress
Electronic Express is known for our electronics, especially in TV and home theater as well as major appliances but we also are more than just gadgets! We carry the one and only Ashley signature design furniture! Turn your house into a home with Ashley Signature Design Furniture! Display your television on an Ashley Signature Design Trinell 63″ large TV stand with optional fireplace. The Trinell TV stand is … Continue reading Ashley Signature Design Furniture – Part 2
Did you know August is National Golf Month? Whether you played mini-golf as a kid, on a team in high school or as an individual, brush off your clubs and celebrate with a hole in one! Golf dates back to the 15th century thanks to the eastern coast of Scotland! Before clubs and golf balls, players would hit a pebble around sand dunes with a … Continue reading National Golf Month
August 20th is National Radio Day! Radio dates back to to 1896 when Guglielmo Marconi was credited with the first radio transmission. Guglielmo Marconi is considered the father of the radio. But radio voice came along in the early 1900s and become popular in the 1920s during the World Wars. The golden age of radio was between the 1930s and the mid-1950s. Radio today is … Continue reading #NationalRadioDay