Old Broken Appliances Vs Shiny New Appliances

Jerilyn here! If anyone needs advice on any major appliance, I am your bloggy expert, at your service! After moving into our house 3 months ago, every single major kitchen appliance has died- NOT covered by home warranty of course! I spent wayyy too much time comparison shopping and reading reviews, but here’s what we’ve chosen:

  • Bosch Dishwasher. Soooo quiet. You have to bend down and listen to make sure it is running. images-3
  • Kitchenaid Side-by-side Fridge. A little taller than most, and a little narrower. Very nice. Ice and filtered water on outside panel, which the kids adore because they can get their own water now and spill ice-cubes all over the floor. At our old house we had the GE Monogram which I loved loved loved but didn’t quite have the space for it in the new kitchen. images-4
  • Bosch Hi-Efficiency Washer and Dryer. Best. Things. Ever. So fast, use a thimble-full of energy, so quiet.images-5
  • Aga 36″ Gas Range. I bake every chance I get, so I’m excited to have our AGA 5-burner range delivered this week. Less expensive than Viking, Wolf and Thermador – with a more traditional look, more even heat and (hopefully) less frequent repair. After two weeks of only having a microwave and our BBQ grill to rely on, I’m antsy to boil some pasta, saute some escarole and sear some tuna!images-2

    The appliances that conked out on us were older models, like Frigidaire, Kenmore and Amana – in our previous house we had problems with a Whirlpool dishwasher, so I stayed away from these names though I know my mom’s kitchen is filled with Amana and Maytag appliances that work great and are over 25 years old, so who knows?
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  • One response to “Old Broken Appliances Vs Shiny New Appliances

    1. you guys totally rock!

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