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Buying Appliances


B. Amish

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So, anyone out there have reccomendations on buying appliances. I'm in the market for a complete kitchen set along with washer and dryer. The two brands we've looked at are Maytag and Frigidare for the kitchen and LG for the washer/dryer. Both brands in stainless steel, except for washer and dryer. My wife wants a french door fridge, I'd rather go with a side by side because of price.

Also, should we go with local retailer or Menards?

Any help appreciated.

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Have you looked at Appliance Smart. You can get good deals on some scratch and dent items. And if a stove is dented on the side and it's in between counters, who really cares. You can look around at local stores see if you can get a better deal. If you go to the big box stores you can get the no interest financing however.

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We looked at Appliance Smart and found that they had special "packages" that included dishwasher, fridge, microwave and stove/oven. If you bought them as a set the savings were great compared to buying individually.

We wanted the GE Duet Sport washer & dryer and their prices on those were comparable to others.

In the end, we ended up buying from Home Depot. The manufacturers had big incentives and we got no interest, no payments for 1 year from HD. Another big factor was shipping as these were going to the cabin and HD gave us free shipping from the location up there. We would have taken two trips with the trailer to get all the Appliance Smart stuff up there.

A really nice store is Warner's Stellian - Worth a look too.

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