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In today’s market it can be difficult to know where to go or who to trust. Although big name brands often offer great products, their customer service can be lacking, making it difficult to know which is the best fit for you and your home.  

Why go local?

A&B Family Appliances is different.  We realize that the right appliance helps keep your home running efficiently.  As summer approaches, having an easy way to keep your family and friends entertained, while maintaining a clean and organized home, allows you to spend quality time with those that you care about.

A&B’s Pre-moving sale

In anticipation of our upcoming move to a larger, more convenient location in Wakefield, A&B Family Appliances is pleased to announce our pre-moving sale. Discover discounts on many of our products—up to 20% off!  That makes now the perfect time to get that new dishwasher or washer/dryer to make your life easier when company arrives. Maybe you’re looking for a French door refrigerator, a new grill, or deep freeze to compliment your summer entertaining. Now’s the time to take advantage of some great sales, a fabulous sales team, and the best delivery and installation team in New England.  

 

Visit our current location at 446A Main Street in Wakefield, or give us a call at (401)-284-4108 to learn how we can help you.

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Comments Off on Why You Should Stop Overloading Your Dryer

Have you ever thrown a few extra items in your dryer, hoping it will save you a bit of time and money? Don’t do it!  Overloading your dryer is not only a bad idea for your clothes, but also for your dryer… and your home.  All-in-all, keeping your loads a manageable size, both in the washer and the dryer is the best option.

Here are the top five reasons why overloading your dryer is a very bad idea, courtesy of Brand Source:

Five reasons not to overload your dryer

More Wrinkles

When you stuff too many clothes into your dryer, they can’t tumble freely. The result is a longer drying time and more wrinkles in your shirts, pants, sheets, and other types of laundry.

More Lint

More clothes in the dryer means more lint, which builds up in the lint trap. This prevents… CLICK HERE TO READ MORE Want to get more great home and appliance advice delivered directly to your inbox each month?  Sign up for our newsletter, and you won’t miss a thing.  Plus, as a subscriber to our monthly newsletter, you’ll be the first to know about our news and promotions, and get exclusive coupons we don’t share with anyone else! [JIM–THIS IS AN IDEA I HAD THAT WILL A.) GET MORE PEOPLE TO SIGN UP FOR YOUR NEWSLETTER AND B.) LET YOU KNOW, WITHOUT EVEN HAVING TO ASK, THAT YOUR NEWSLETTER IS ACTUALLY ATTRACTING CUSTOMERS.  THE COUPONS DON’T HAVE TO BE A BIG DEAL (A FEW DOLLARS OR A SMALL PERCENTAGE OFF), THEY SHOULD HAVE AN EXPIRATION DATE, AND YOU DON’T HAVE TO OFFER THEM OFTEN, BUT IT COULD BE A NICE BENEFIT FOR YOU TO TRY AT LEAST ONCE.]