A Step-by-Step Guide on How to Plan Your Bathroom Area.

Posted on: 14 February 2019

Although the bathroom is a private area, it says a lot about your home. A well laid out bathroom does not only enhance your home's appeal, but it can also help increase the value of your house. Below are a few tips to help you plan the bathroom area.  Size.  Most modern homes have large bathrooms. As such, owners have the luxury of installing considerably large bathroom appliances such as bathtubs and faucets. [Read More]

Simple Maintenance and Care Guidelines for Home Air Purifiers

Posted on: 19 January 2017

There are numerous air-borne contaminants in the interior spaces of residential buildings. These include dust, dust mites, cigarette smoke, pet fur and even pollen. These affect the indoor air quality, and they can cause medical problems such as asthma and allergic rhinitis. Therefore, you should consider installing a simple air purifier in your home. This appliance is effective in collecting the pollutants and makes the indoor air safer for people with respiratory conditions. [Read More]

Pankind: Choosing The Best Materials For Cake Baking Dishes

Posted on: 18 October 2016

Even the most accomplished and skilled baker won't get far without a sturdy baking pan, and most bakers worth their salt will keep a number of baking pans for making cakes, loafs, brownies and other sweet treats. However, while we generally pay close attention to size, shape and capacity when shopping around for baking pans, it's easy to forget that the material your pan is made from can have a significant effect on your baking, and you should choose a pan made from a material that suits your needs. [Read More]

The Health Benefits of Using a Pressure Cooker in Your Kitchen

Posted on: 28 April 2016

A pressure cooker uses accumulated pressure from steam to cook food. The cooker has a sealed pot, which traps the steam inside. The pot has a valve that you use to regulate the pressure level of the steam trapped inside the pot. Notably, the trapped steam enables the pressure cooker to raise the temperature inside the sealed pot beyond the boiling point of water. Therefore, your food cooks faster in a pressure cooker, unlike other traditional cooking where the maximum temperature is limited to the boiling point of water. [Read More]