How much are you paying for your home appliances?

The cost of an average household appliance, according to a survey by HomeAway, a marketplace for consumer appliances, was $1,800.

But that is a relatively low figure when compared to the costs of the products and services that consumers rely on daily.

The survey found that a full home has a total of about 1,700 appliances and about 7,000 other household items, and about one in five households uses one or more of those household items.

For a single person, that means a full-size bed, washing machine, dishwasher, vacuum, refrigerator, television, washing machines, dish soap, dishwashers, dish towels, a dishwasher that can fit up to 12 dishes, and a dishbrush that can take up to 2 cups of water.

A half-size refrigerator costs about $600.

A microwave, vacuum cleaner, dish washing machine and dish washer cost about $1.25 each.

The survey also asked about other types of household items that people buy, including air conditioners, air conditioner fans, air purifiers, air conditioning systems, refrigerators, dish washers, dryers, and dishwashes.

The average price for a microwave in the U.S. was about $120, according the survey.

The majority of respondents said that a home has to have an air condition, air filter, heating, and cooling system.

They said a refrigerator, dishwashing machine and dryer can run for a week without needing to be replaced.

A stove or oven can run on its own for a couple of hours without needing repairs.

A microwave that has to be serviced regularly costs about as much as the average home, the survey found.

That is due to the heating and cooling equipment needed to keep the home cool, as well as the cost of maintenance.

The surveys found that the average cost of a new refrigerator is about $5,400, a new air condition and air filter is about half that, and the cost to replace a dishwasher is about 1.75 times the cost for a dish washy.

A quarter of households said that they bought appliances that are too big for their needs, such as appliances that have to be installed by hand, or that are hard to operate and require maintenance.

A quarter said they bought the appliances in a way that made them too heavy or too large, and nearly half said they did not understand how to install them.

In the U-turn that the survey asked consumers about, a third of respondents told the survey that they would not buy an appliance if it was too expensive, and one in six said they would only buy an item if it had a warranty.