What is TruValue?
Well lets ets break down the two words first let's look at the VALUE : meaning It may be described as treating actions themselves as abstract objects, putting value to them. It deals with right conduct and good life, in the sense that a highly, or at least relatively highly, valuable action may be regarded as ethically "good" (adjective sense), and an action of low, or at least relatively low, value may be regarded as "bad".What makes an action valuable may in turn depend on the ethic values of the objects it increases, decreases or alters. An object with "ethic value" may be termed an "ethic or philosophic good" (noun sense).
I mean just the word value you can break it down into sub categories and have its own but simmlar meaning if you place a word infront of "VALUE"
examples of different values and meanings
Not mention Protective values ,value system,economic values , properties values,ethics Personal versus cultural perspectives-values .. it goes on and on and on ....
Man I have a headache now ... so much meanings to everything we do,see,hear,say, feel, there's VALUE IN EVERYTHING WE DO EVERYDAY GOOD OR BAD , DAY IN DAY OUT...
So here's my Own definition of what I call -
"TRUVALUE" a person , place or thing that is worth more emotionally , physically or financially then the day you first got it ....."it" being whatever "it" maybe... which my definition sums up all these other definitions....
thus I came up with TruValues - meaning behind that something worth saving , fixings ,.......
Repair or Replace ??
It's no wonder that a broken appliance can amount to a pretty big problem in most households, and the question of whether to repair or replace these devices can even create a lot of anxiety.
When it comes to repairing appliances, every device eventually reaches a point of diminishing returns. If it's cheaper to fix an appliance than replace it, the smart money is usually on the fix. However, it doesn't make sense to fix a device that is likely to break down again in the near future or become technologically obsolete.
Considerations when deciding whether to opt for appliance repair or replacement:
Age: The age of an appliance needs to be considered when deciding whether to repair or replace. Most appliances have an average life cycle and once an appliance passes that point, it’s usually a good idea to replace. Antiques and some high-end appliances are the exceptions to the rule, as they may be extremely expensive to replace
Price: Appliance repair professionals say when the price of the repair totals more than half the cost to purchase a new appliance, you’re better off replacing the appliance.
You should consider appliance repair when-The appliance is an antique that would be difficult to replace.The repairs are minor and will extend the life of the appliance for several years.
It's time to replace an appliance when-The appliance is not under warranty.The repairs are extensive and add up to more than half the price of the appliance's original cost.The appliance is technologically obsolete.