Let’s face it, there’s a wide array of major appliances out there from which you can choose when you’re remodeling your kitchen. And, frankly, there’s no right or wrong way to choose appliances; it’s just a matter of different ways of evaluating them based on your priorities.
At Better Housekeeping Shop, honestly, we’ve seen them all!
Suites of appliances tend to appeal to casual cooks with a high level of concern with the appearance of their kitchen; these are the kitchens that look beautiful in home magazines (and that everyone secretly dreams of owning). We’re always happy to help people find suites, because we know that they’ll love the look of their new renovated kitchens.
The suites have an added advantage: they often come with sales, rebates, and incentives, and while it’s perfectly fine for you to mix and match brands—Thermador, Bosch, LG, GE—many times, you’ll be able to save more money by taking advantage of manufacturer’s rebates and savings on selected suites of appliances. More often than not, it’s a matter of the more you buy, the more you save.
On the other end of the spectrum are those who choose what we might think of as “best in class’” appliances. These people are looking for performance and are less concerned with whether the appliances all are from the same manufacturer.
Most people are somewhere in the middle. They want appliances that look good and perform well, but find it difficult to walk through the hundreds of available options.
This is why it’s important to come into our showroom: you can see the appliances, rely on our experts to guide your selection (we know the appliance business better than anyone!), ask our experienced team questions about their performance, find just the right suite or individual appliances, and have us deliver and service them. We’re local: we’ll remember you and your appliances and do everything we can to ensure that you’re delighted with your purchases.
Why not visit Better Housekeeping Shop today or call 732.741.4310 and find out how we can help you choose—and save?