In this economy, everyone should look for ways to pinch pennies
(PRWEB) June 29, 2011
Small appliances such as stand-up mixers, blenders and cappuccino machines often fail because of something as simple as a blown fuse or a worn gear. These easy-to-repair products help contribute to the 20 million tons of electronics and appliances that get thrown away and replaced each year--costing shoppers big bucks in the process.
Now consumers can stop buying expensive replacements and keep those electronics out of the trash with help from eReplacementParts.com’s line of appliance parts. Whether it’s a toaster on the fritz or a hair clipper that’s lost its edge, eReplacementParts.com has the small appliance parts to help household electronics run like new.
With parts for top brands, including KitchenAid parts, Black & Decker parts, and Hamilton Beach parts, appliance repair has never been easier. And finding the right part is easy too, thanks to the simple product finder that allows visitors to enter a model number and find the product they own.
“In this economy, everyone should look for ways to pinch pennies,” says Mark Sodja, a product category manager at eReplacementParts.com. “A simple repair can breathe years of life into a product you already own--and it’s better for the environment.”
Since eReplacementParts.com ships any in-stock parts within 24 hours, customers can reduce waste and save money without the wait. Building upon their extensive inventory of grill, vacuum, lawn and power tool parts, the new line of small appliance parts helps people save on even more of their repair needs.
eReplacementParts.com was founded in 2004 with the mission to help tool, appliance and machine owners get the quality parts they need. The site’s inventory makes one-stop parts shopping possible by stocking parts for power tools, lawn equipment, grills, vacuums and appliances. More than just a source for parts, eReplacementParts.com offers detailed product schematics and comprehensive how-to videos and articles that arm customers with the knowledge they need to repair the products they rely on.