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Are you a bigfoot when it comes to appliances’ carbon footprints?

August 13,2019

How big is your appliance carbon footprint? While it’s difficult to estimate exactly how much our individual actions are impacting the climate, making small changes to ensure we’re doing as little damage as possible can go a long way. When it comes to energy efficiency, ordinary household appliances like the fridge, washing machine and even the microwave are often overlooked. But the truth is, it all adds up.

How does appliance repairs relate to carbon footprint?

Your fridge may have a five-star rating when it comes to energy efficiency. But if you’ve had it for a few years, chances are it isn’t performing to its original capacity. Furthermore, a damaged or inefficient appliance can be an electrical hazard in the household. Also, posing a dangerous threat to those living at home. Making sure your appliances are functioning correctly can go a long way reducing energy consumption and help to improve efficiency and safety in the home.
The good news is, you don’t have to go out an replace all your appliances every few years. With a little TLC, aged or damaged appliances can be restored to optimal levels of performance. A good repair job can help you cut down on your electrical spend and can help improve efficiency and safety at home.

Repair to reduce appliance carbon footprint

At Do All Appliance Service, we understand what it takes to get your appliances functioning efficiently once again. We can tackle almost any task, whether it’s a washing machine, oven, microwave or dishwasher.

Contact us for an appointment today on 1300 366 365 or visit our website we cover many serviced areas Melbourne. 

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