Shopping for large ticket items like cars, furniture and large appliances can often be daunting. There are so many choices available today, and so many ways to make purchases that just trying to figure out where to start can be overwhelming! Add to this the high cost and length of time that you will be using the product and the pressure is on to make the right decision the first time.
Whether shopping for an entire kitchen of new appliances or just a new washer dryer, some consider major appliance purchases to be an unpleasant experience. Some of the basic starting points are unknown to consumers today. For instance, do I need a gas or electric clothes dryer? Will I be happy with a high efficiency washing machine? Front load or top load washer? Does my home have the correct electrical service for that cool looking built in oven? The speed oven I want is available in 115 volt and 240 volt – which one do I buy and what is the difference anyway? You can begin to see that there are many things to consider when buying new home and kitchen appliances!
And that is not even addressing the specific functions and options of the particular products!
This is why new appliance stores are offering state of the art displays and expert sales professionals that can help guide customers to the appliances that fit their needs and kitchens. For instance, Karl’s Appliance’s Bergen County, NJ store, located in Paramus, New Jersey, offers appliances displayed in individual kitchen vignettes organized by brand so that you can see the appliances all together as they will look in your new kitchen. For instance, Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances are displayed in a Living Kitchen Display surrounded by cabinetry, pro ranges with matching range hoods above, cooktops displayed within real counter tops, single and double wall ovens in appropriate base cabinets, and more. Also, see the same type of displays for Viking, Thermador, GE Café, KitchenAid, Dacor, and more.
Also, the Paramus store has electrical connections run throughout the retail store so that appliances are live and the control panels may be actually used to see how they look and the particular features that the appliance offers. This is true even for 230 volt electrical appliances. Note that only the electronics work and not all appliances are fully functional.
The modern appliance store really offers something that is worth the time to visit and can not be offered by yesterdays appliance displays offered by many appliance dealers. Karl’s Appliance has invested a great deal of money into the Paramus, Fairfield, Orange, Sparta, and Madison, NJ stores so that our customers have adequate exposure to items available on the market today so that they can make wise and educated buying decisions.