Have you heard about the latest appliance line from Samsung? BESPOKE. This line is customizable and can be completely designed by YOU, for all of you and your family's needs. BESPOKE comes in a 4-Door Flex™, Flex Column, and Bottom Freezer with the ability to customize your color choices and configurations. Samsung has an interactive Design Studio on their website, where you can customize your BESPOKE fridge and see it all come to life visually. Simply choose your model, followed by your color choice, depth preference (full depth or counter depth). The full depth has a 28.6 cubic foot storage capacity. Next, see your design in a kitchen. You can easily go back and adjust or reset your screen to design a new fridge!
We have some exciting news to share! GE has announced that certain range models from their Profile and Café line now have a software update. Can you guess what the update is?!
ZLINE is a fantastic brand that we've been getting asked about a lot lately! Their products are reliable, well-made, and they back up their products with great service (if need be). The price is so reasonable because although the brand is designed and distributed in the US, they source all of their products directly from China. This cuts out the distributor, bringing the price down. Most times, we aren't a big fan of appliances made overseas, but we really like ZLINE.
Induction cooktops have been around for some time now, but they really grew in popularity in the mid-2000's. Several brands offer many different models of induction ranges and induction cooktops. What is induction, you ask? Induction ranges look a lot like glass-top electric ranges, however, they transfer heat through electromagnetism into conductive cookware with virtually no trace of heat on the induction element itself. Because of this cooking technology, it is one of the fastest cooking methods. Since, induction heats up only the pan and the food in it, the area around the pan stays cooler to the touch, allowing you to clean up sills and splatters while you cook. No need to wait for the stove to cool down and for food particles to get hard or crusty.
Bertazzoni expands their product offerings with new built-ins and decor sets. This latest launch of completely re-engineered appliances expands the size of their product offerings and sets a new standard for versatility in the kitchen, creating new possibilities of configurations for the home. The new Bertazzoni built-in wall ovens and specialty ovens are elegant appliances… Continue reading Bertazzoni is at it again!
Add a luxury feel to your kitchen with products by Viking. Viking Stovetops are innovative and provide a quick and efficient way to cook food to perfection for you and your family. It provides reliability so you can enjoy the process of cooking delicious meals for everyone. The Tuscany Series brings you a taste of… Continue reading Viking Tuscany Series
A great way to make your kitchen inviting is by adding pastels to your home. Pastels go with a variety of shades, including white, gray, dusty rose pink, sand shades, and more. It’s a great way to add a ‘Pop of Color’ to a classic or minimalistic kitchen.
We always like to alert our customers of NEW products and trends. If you're part of our Facebook group, Just Ask Al, you may have recently noticed a post about a new Frigidaire Professional product expected sometime in October of 2020. We thought it was a great question and we got a lot of response from it, so we decided to share some insight with our viewers here.
Two years ago, Samsung came out with it’s Family Hub Refrigerator for nearly $6,000 but got mixed reviews. Now, they are back with their third-generation model which is available in side-by-side and 14 different French-door models. The side-by-side, three-door, four-door, and the four-door flex models (which we will talk about more later) range from $4,647.10… Continue reading Review: Samsung Family Hub Refrigerator
French door refrigerators have been on trend for years, but now, it seems like you may be in luck if you still have your side-by-side fridge! Builders have reported growing demand for the traditional side-by-side look.