In The News Articles & Tips

This article on realtor.com ponders the timeless question: is it most cost-effective to repair or to replace your ailing appliances? Answer five simple questions to determine the best course of action for your home. Read the full story at... Read more .

In this article on Hellogiggles.com, Cornstarch, mayonnaise, and 11 other weird kitchen items you can use to spring clean your home, Sears Home Services Chief Marketing Officer, Chip Smith, shares tips on special ways to use kitchen tongs. Read... Read more .

In this article on Realtor.com, 7 Must-Do Home Maintenance Tasks to Tackle This Season, Sears Home Services Chief Marketing Officer, Chip Smith, shares tips what HVAC maintenance you shouldn’t miss this season. Read the full story at Realtor.com. Read more .

This article in First for Women, Remove Scratches From Stainless Steel With Vinegar and Olive Oil, features a Sears Home Services produced video walking you through the steps to fix scratches in your stainless steel appliances using simple... Read more .

In an article at Reader’s Digest, Director of Product Engineering at Sears Home Services, Tim Adkisson, shares tips on what not to put in your dryer to make it last. Read the full story at Reader’s Digest. Read more .

In an article at Reader’s Digest, James Peters, Kenmore laundry product manager, shares tips on what not to put in your laundry to make your washing machine last. Read the full story at Reader’s Digest. Read more .

In an article at Architectural Digest, Chris Granger, vice president of Sears Home Services, shares tips on how to conserve energy at home and save on your utility bills during the cold winter months. Read the full story at Architectural Digest. Read more .

In an article at The Penny Hoarder, Chris Granger, president of Sears Home Services, shares tips on how to conserve energy at home and save on your utility bills during the cool autumn months. Read the full story at The Penny Hoarder. Read more .

In an article in Apartment Therapy, find tips for maintaining the life and performance of your laundry machines, for both for the benefit of your appliances and the safety of your home. Read the full story at Apartment Therapy. Read more .

In an article at Consumer Reports, you can find advice from Chris Granger, vice president of Sears Home Services, for what to do if you’r appliances have gotten wet in a flood. (Spoiler alert: don’t rush in and turn them all. There’s a risk of... Read more .