GRILLING SERIES: What Type of Grill Is Right for You?

Summertime is on the way, which means barbecue season is almost here! To kick off the warmer months and help you prepare for backyard cookouts, we are having a Grilling Series on the blog. Up first is our grill comparison. If you’ve never bought a grill before, you may be deciding between three different types of grills: gas, charcoal and electric. Keep reading to discover what type of grill is right for you. ...

29 Apr 9:00 AM 0 Read More...

Five Tips for Organizing Your Laundry Room

Does your laundry room need a makeover? Sometimes, a few quick updates can make a huge difference – no pricey renovation needed. Check out our list below to learn five tips for organizing your laundry room. 1. Hang your cleaning supplies Hang a peg board to make it easier to organize cleaning supplies and free up counter and shelf space. Use pegs to hang brooms, brushes and bottles with spray handles. As an a...

23 Apr 9:41 AM 0 Read More...

HOME IMPROVEMENT SERIES: Spring Cleaning Tips for Major Appliances

If you have been reading our Home Improvement Series, you’ve already learned some spring cleaning tips for the often-overlooked areas around your home. But what about cleaning major appliances? Try our tips below to make sure your appliances are in tip-top shape this season. Dishwasher Even though its purpose is to clean, a dishwasher can acquire food buildup if it’s not cleaned every once in a while. To clea...

17 Apr 9:04 AM 0 Read More...

Dare to Compare: LG vs. GE French Door Refrigerators

Whether you are moving into a new home or are updating your kitchen appliances as part of spring cleaning this year, buying a new fridge takes a little research. With all of the different features and new technology available, it may be tricky to find the perfect fridge for your home. To help you narrow your search, we compared two top-quality stainless steel French door refrigerators from GE and LG. Read on to see...

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HOME IMPROVEMENT SERIES: Five Updates to Increase Home Value

We’ve discussed Spring Cleaning Tips and Home Decorating Ideas so far in our Home Improvement Series. Next, we’ll help you discover ways to increase your home’s resale value. Your house is one of your largest and most important investments. Whether you just moved in or are planning to sell in the near future, there are home improvement projects you can do that will pay off when it’s time to put up the “Fo...

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HOME IMPROVEMENT SERIES | Spring Cleaning Checklist: The Often-Overlooked Areas

Next up in our Home Improvement Series: Spring cleaning tips. The weather is warming up, the snow has (hopefully) melted for those in the North, and spring is finally here. In other words, it’s time for spring cleaning! To help you get started, we have compiled a checklist of some of the often-overlooked areas around the house that may need some extra TLC during your cleaning spree. Throughout the House Base...

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HOME IMPROVEMENT SERIES: Affordable Home Decorating Ideas to Try this Spring

With spring right around the corner, you may be ready to give your home a little refresh for the new season. If you’re looking to try a few simple updates to make a big statement, keep reading to see our list of seven affordable home decorating ideas – no major construction needed! 1. Paint an accent wall. Instead of re-painting an entire room, pick one wall as the focus and paint it in a bold color. It will ...

07 Mar 9:10 AM 0 Read More...

Warm or Cool? Holmes Humidifiers Comparison

It’s that time of year. Winter’s freezing temperatures cause us to turn up the heat at home – which, in turn, dries up the air and makes things uncomfortable. From dry skin to itchy eyes and static electricity everywhere, the effects of low humidity can be less than desirable. To combat the dryness and add moisture back into the air in your home, consider purchasing a humidifier. Read on to see our product co...

14 Feb 8:56 AM 0 Read More...

Food for Thought: The History of the Oven

Conventional, convection, microwave, toaster: Ovens have come a long way since ancient times. Before the first official oven was created in 1490, open fires were used to cook and heat food. Imagine cooking Thanksgiving dinner over an open flame or making lunch in a metal cauldron! Fortunately, today’s versions of the oven are energy efficient, temperature controlled and available in sleek stainless steel. Let’s...

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Top Ten College Essentials

It's time to load up the car and make the road trip to your son or daughter's new home at college. Here at hhgregg, we have everything your college student will need for late nights, studying, and avoiding Dean Wormer so that those 7 years don't go down the drain! Check out our top ten college essentials for move in day: 1.  HP ENVY Ultrabook This laptop provides all the necessities for college life. With it...

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