Archive for the Appliances & A/Cs Category
Posted by Allison L. on October 21, 2010 at 11:50 am
If you or your children are still struggling to figure out what you want to be for Halloween this year, what about being a refrigerator, oven, or other home appliance? They’re inexpensive to make and most of the materials can already be found around your home. Here are some great appliance costumes we found on the web:
Posted by Allison L. on October 1, 2010 at 15:05 pm
Ah, ragweed; everyone’s favorite fall allergen. I personally only have spring allergies, but I can certainly sympathize with fall allergy sufferers. The itchy eyes, runny nose and fatigue that comes with allergies can be brutal. However, there’s hope: to help relieve your symptoms, consider purchasing an air purifier for your home from P.C. Richard & Son.
Posted by Allison L. on September 29, 2010 at 10:15 am
Have you ever wondered what the best way to clean stainless steel surfaces was, or what’s causing your fridge to make strange chirping noises? Even if you don’t have a GE appliance, GE’s support page is a great resource for appliance troubleshooting. Some articles are meant for GE products only (like how to find the serial number of your appliance), but there are many general articles, some even with video, that you may be able to find helpful.
GE’s support page offers articles on cooling and cooking appliances, washers and dryers, dishwashers, compactors, window A/Cs, dehumidifiers, water heaters and more. The next time you’re having a problem with an appliance, chances are you may be able to find the answer there.
Posted by Allison L. on August 30, 2010 at 17:16 pm
Now for a limited time, you can enjoy 20% off all Whirlpool appliances at P.C. Richard & Son! These savings can get you the absolute lowest prices on select models, including:
You can save $80 on this 32-cycle super capacity Whirlpool washing machine during this sale! Treat your clothes better by taking advantage of this machine’s dozens of cycle choices, including delicates, heavy duty (for towels and bedding), knits, and more, while saving you time and energy with its super capacity and porcelain wash basket. This machine is Energy Star qualified and will continue to save you money over its life.
Posted by Allison L. on August 16, 2010 at 12:25 pm
A mini fridge is a necessity for students going away to school. They’re a convenient way to store snacks and drinks while saving on trips to the grocery store… but do you know how to take care of one? Sure, a mini fridge might cost less than the textbooks you need for a semester, but you need to protect your investment. Here are some tips to make sure you get the most out of your fridge so you have it for your entire school career and beyond.
How To Pack & Move Your Mini Fridge: Keep It Upright!
Step one is getting your fridge into your dorm, right? The most important thing to keep in mind is to keep the fridge upright at all times. Laying your mini fridge horizontally could cause problems with the mechanics that keep your fridge cold when you plug it in. Should you really need to lay it down any other way, try to lay it flat on its back or tilted for as short a time as possible. When you are able to stand it upright, wait 24 hours before plugging it in to allow the system to re-correct itself should anything have shifted during transport.
Posted by Allison L. on July 7, 2010 at 15:40 pm
If you’re in the market for new appliances, now is a great time to buy! We are offering 10-20% off all appliances for a limited time. You can check out all the deals on our website, but here are just a few samples of what you could be saving:
Refrigerators on Sale: View All
Posted by Allison L. on July 6, 2010 at 12:05 pm
Wow, what a heat wave! We apologize for the inconvenience but due to the overwhelming demand for air conditioners in our area, all air conditioners are now in-store only. Supply is limited, so please go to our store locator page and call your local showroom to check the availability of the A/C unit(s) you need. We will let you know on this blog and at pcrichard.com when units are available online again.
If you need help figuring out what size air conditioner you need, please see our guide here. For A/C alternatives, please see our selection of fans and dehumidifiers and article on how to beat the heat. Remember to stay hydrated and limit your time in the sun!
Posted by Allison L. on June 17, 2010 at 10:00 am
Toni Senecal from Toni On! New York stopped by one of our P.C. Richard & Son showrooms to check out some of the BBQ grills we have available and learn a fantastic recipe from our own Pat Dehner. He explained that our gas grills range from $99 to $8,000 for your absolute dream grill, and Toni was shocked to hear that you can cook anything on a Weber grill that you’d normally cook in your oven! Yes, we have done demonstrations where chocolate chip cookies were made on one of these fine grills.
Pat didn’t make chocolate chip cookies with Toni this time, but made a delicious modified version of peaches and cream. Check out the video and recipe after the jump:
Posted by Allison L. on June 7, 2010 at 09:40 am
Barbeque may be an American pastime now, but where did it originate? It could date back to the natives in Australia, but here is how the American methods took off:
Posted by Allison L. on May 28, 2010 at 14:15 pm
This weekend, experience great barbeque demos from Weber, Lynx and Viking factory reps at our Southampton and Riverhead Superstores!
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