1. Electrical Appliances: The Best, Worst & Weirdest Products We’ve Seen

    Electrical Appliances: The Best, Worst & Weirdest Products We’ve Seen

    During this modern age, an increasing number of high-tech electrical appliances have started coming onto the market, but not all of them are worth the money or what people actually need. From a poor-quality fridge worth $10,000, to taste-enhancing forks making a stir, here are some of the best, worst and weirdest electrical appliances we’ve found to date.


    Some of the best electrical appliances out there

    Many electrical appliances coming onto the scene are of great use to many people these days. With everyday life becoming more busy and fast-paced, people are looking to technology to save time and effort wherever possible. Whether they’re looking for a vacuum cleaner that doesn’t need to be supervised or a healthy, no-fuss alternative to quick, deep-

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  2. 6 Ways to Make the Most of Your Garden

    6 Ways to Make the Most of Your Garden

    As we’re now allowed to gather outside, in private gardens, with two households or in a group of six, an increasing number of people have started to improve their gardens in numerous ways. From laying down a lawn to having a new patio installed, homeowners across the country are looking for imaginative ways to transform their outdoor space in preparation for their guests, who they haven’t seen for months on end.

    But you don’t need to pay extortionate amounts of money on brand new patios, areas or garden landscaping in order to bring your outdoor space back to life. Some of these hints and tips will, as well as refresh your garden, will also help to keep your guests as comfortable as possible while they’re sat outdoors for a few hours. 


    Look after your garden and/or patio area


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  3. Eco-Friendly Ways of Heating Your Home All Year Round

    Eco-Friendly Ways of Heating Your Home All Year Round

    Heating your home can be expensive, especially in the winter, but many of us will end up turning the heating on at some point over the warmer months as well, even if it’s just to take the chill off a crisp summer evening. But not only is heating the home costly, it’s also not very environmentally-friendly. So we’ve put together a few other ways of warming your house through, all without reaching for the central heating thermostat.

    Insulate your home where possible

    This is a fairly simple and relatively inexpensive way of ensuring your house remains toasty in the winter and cooler over the summer days. But when the sun sets over the warmer months, the temperature can drop considerably, often causing many of us to put the heating on. With insulation, you’ll find that the house will retain the warmth generated naturally by the sun over the course of the day, so opting to put the heating

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  4. The Chandeliers That Can Make an Impact in Any Home

    The Chandeliers That Can Make an Impact in Any Home

    It’s a common misconception that a chandelier will look out of place in the average home, as opposed to being perfectly hung in the foyer of an ornately decorated mansion in the heart of the English countryside. But over recent years, these stunning light fittings have become increasingly popular in the everyday British home, with many homeowners opting to have a chandelier fitted in the middle of the living room, as a feature in the bedroom or even over the dining room table for added wow-factor.

    As the chandelier continues to become more commonplace in houses everywhere, here are a number of affordable, beautiful chandeliers, all made to an exceptional quality and suitable for any room in your home. You’ll even be able to enjoy having a chandelier in the garden with one of our modern outdoor light fittings of a sleek, contemporary design.


    Firstlight Jasmine cha

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  5. The True Impact of Employee Theft & How to Prevent it

    The True Impact of Employee Theft & How to Prevent it

    Employee theft, sadly, isn’t uncommon in the workplace and there are many ways in which this specific crime can impact all businesses, especially if the theft is on a large, considerable scale. Often, people forget that employee theft and fraud can affect more than just employees and company owners, so it could be devastating for a business if you fall victim to it.

    As such, it’s important to take preventative measures, thus deterring any potential thieves and possibly even catch out those who are guilty of having done it already. From keeping an eye on receipts and invoices to installing high-quality security and CCTV systems, there’ll always be something you can do to try and mitigate the risk, and Juice Electrical is on hand to tell you how.

    How are businesses impacted by employee theft?

    There are a number of ways in which a business can be impacted by employee theft and fraud. As well as financial and operational effects, it can also have a psychological impac

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  6. How to Save Money on Your Electricity Bill

    How to Save Money on Your Electricity Bill

    As we’re all spending more time at home, it’s never been more important to try and keep our energy costs as low as possible. There are a number of things you can do in and around the home to try and cut your electricity bill down. From changing lightbulbs and shower heads to cleaning washing machines and dryers, it won’t take much to save money on your electricity bill this winter.


    How to save energy in the kitchen

    There are loads of things you can do in the kitchen to save money on your electricity bill:


    Air dry your dishes instead of setting the dishwasher to do it for you

    There’s a setting on many dishwashers that will automatically dry the dishes after they’ve been cleaned. For some appliances, this feature is set by default, but you can turn it off to allow dishes to air dry instead. 

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  7. The Smart Home Devices Making Christmas a Breeze

    The Smart Home Devices Making Christmas a Breeze

     The modern age has allowed for several advancements in technology to take place. Compare December 2020 to December 2005 - Alexas, Amazon Echos, Google Nests and other smart devices were still a world away. Little did we know, it would be another nine years before an Alexa would enter the everyday home. 

    But as technology becomes more sophisticated, smart home devices have become more affordable, allowing an increasing number of people, all over the world, to benefit from the introduction of smart home technology.

    There are many tedious tasks and small jobs that need to be done around the home that can be done simply by saying two or three words, including, but not limited to:

    • Switching lights on and off
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  8. Keep Your Home Toasty this Winter with a Varena Thermal Electric Radiator

    Keep Your Home Toasty this Winter with a Varena Thermal Electric Radiator

    As the winter fast approaches, it’s more important now than ever to keep our homes warm wherever possible. Often, heat can be retained by simply drawing your curtains or generated using a conventional fireplace. But where gas and wood burning stoves aren’t exactly environmentally-friendly, a Varena Thermal Electric Radiator, manufactured by ATC, is, and it’s just as powerful, but more convenient, as a traditional fireplace.

    Who is ATC?

    Established in 1991, ATC are specialists in designing and developing a variety of energy efficient products to meet the needs of their customers. With a focus on customer service and retention, ATC are committed to ensuring their products are safe to us

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  9. The Future of Handwashing Hygiene in Public Bathrooms

    The Future of Handwashing Hygiene in Public Bathrooms

    Thanks to the coronavirus, public awareness of what constitutes good hygiene standards has increased. Posters for the correct way of washing hands and reminders to sing ‘Happy Birthday’ twice have been plastered on every bathroom stall and social media account since March, displaying preventative methods of infection transmission. However, to ensure the best possible levels of cleanliness, more definitive solutions need to be considered.

    Public Bathroom Hygiene

    Public bathrooms are generally considered to be unhygienic places. Many train station, park, and hospitality toilets are given the bare minimum attention, so much so that using a clean and pleasant public toilet is often a noteworthy event.

    Sinks and taps are the most contaminated areas of a public bathroom, surprisingly surpassing toilets by far. Standard taps are touched both before and after washing your hands, so traces of anything on yours or the person’s hands who used that sink before you will now b

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  10. Nuaire Drimaster Eco NOX improves air quality post-lockdown

    Nuaire Drimaster Eco NOX improves air quality post-lockdown

    This year has been one of the most stressful in our lifetimes. Being unable to see loved ones or to book that much-needed summer holiday has taken a serious toll on our mental health. It has also impacted our physical wellbeing in ways beyond general lack of exercise.

    Many of us have now spent longer in our homes than ever before. You may have felt varying levels of discomfort from being cooped up for so long in a warm house. This may be due to aching muscles from long work-from-home days, but it may also be caused by your home’s air quality.

    Air quality during COVID-19

    It is uncertain how directly air pollution exposure affects COVID-19 patients due to several variable factors, but it certainly increases risk of contagion. Air pollution weakens the immune system, making people more susceptible to respiratory infections and illnesses, especially if they already have pre-existing conditions. It has also been considered that polluted air particles could act as a

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