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Castillo Appliances
(401) 274-1828
340 Broad St
Providence, RI
 
Appliance Expert
(401) 941-2393
525 Public St
Coventry, RI
 
Imc Enterprises Incorporated
(401) 490-2265
225 Newman Ave
East Providence, RI
 
A.J. Wright
(401) 438-7881
86 Narragansett Park Dr
East Providence, RI
 
Jeffrey Appliances
(401) 351-9090
2222 Olnyville Sq
Providence, RI
 
APPLIANCE EXPERT
(401) 941-2393
525 PUBLIC ST
PROVIDENCE , RI
Services
REPAIR AND SALES
Hours
9:00 AM TO :00 PM

Atomic Appliance Sales & Svc
(401) 941-5385
250 Wickenden St
Providence, RI
 
Aaron'S
(401) 435-5222
66 Newport Ave
East Providence, RI
 
Sammys Appliances
(401) 275-0680
299 Union Ave
Providence, RI
 
Eagles Home
(401) 438-1557
334 Waterman Ave
East Providence, RI
 

Garage Appliances

Your guide to garage gadgets

The garage is not a room that is generally associated with appliances – unless, of course, they're broken appliances that are waiting to be thrown out or repaired – but no garage would be complete without a few handy gadgets to help carry out its functions. After all, what good is the perfect workbench if there are no power tools nearby to perform the work?

Here are a few appliances every garage should have:

  • Garage Heater – Most people don't spend money heating their garages, and unless they're storing a vintage car or something, there's really no need to. But for those who live in colder climates, an unheated garage can get quite inhospitable and may not get used during the winter months. In this case, garage heaters are the perfect solution. Usually portable, these heaters come in a variety of sizes and can provide heat as needed. They can be used to heat only a particular part of the garage (for example, the area round the workbench) and only during particular times (i.e., when it's being used). This saves energy and money while still allowing you to get full use of your garage, even during the winter.
  • Trash Compactor – The garage tends to be an obvious repository for the garbage and recycling awaiting trash day. But these items can take up precious space in your garage, not to mention in landfills, which are growing exponentially. A garbage compactor can save you space and help save the environment by reducing the amount of physical space your refuse takes up. Available in a variety of sizes, trash compactors can service everything from a single-person household to a multi-household apartment building.
  • Wet Dry Vac – While your regular vacuum is great for sucking up hair, crumbs, dust and other particles from carpets and furniture, it's likely no match for the larger messes found in a garage workshop (sawdust, wood chips, etc.). And what about those occasional wet messes, such as drink spills, tub or toilet overflows and pet accidents? A wet dry vacuum is the perfect tool for handling these and other incidents your regular vacuum can't. No workshop is complete without one, and any household with pets or children is likely to find it a worthwhile investment. Sometimes called a shop vac, after the original brand, a wet dry vacuum looks sort of like a garbage can on wheels. They come in a variety of capacities and with numerous attachments available to tackle pretty much any household cleaning job there is.

Common Garage Appliances:

Garage Door Opener

You don't have to be Superman to open the garage door with just one finger! At the push of a button, a garage opener will do the heavy lifting for you. Garage door openers consist of a motor, a track, a control panel and usually a remote or two. Pushing the button on the control panel or remote activates the motor, which draws the door along the track, first vertically (up the door frame) and then horizontally (under the ceiling). The control...

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