April 1, 2009



We asked some of the new appliance dealers
in Denver at www.abc123.com for some things to look for when buying new appliances. If you haven’t looked for new appliances lately, you’ll be surprised at how innovative and energy efficient appliances are now. You’ll find energy-smart appliances in all price ranges.
Before going to the appliance retailer or “big-box” store, Measure the space for the new appliance to make sure it will fit—and you have enough space to open the door, and don’t forget clearances for ventilation, plumbing and other hookups. When you have this information you’ll make the best use of your time and comparing appliances much easier.
With the right Information your ready to go shopping!

Make sure to ask plenty of questions about performance of different brands and models. Ask how they operate, noise, safety features, repair, and how the energy-saving cycles work.
The operating manuals will tell you how each appliance operates and answer pertinent questions about regular maintenance. Make sure the appliance meets your family’s needs, and accommodates any other appliances you have at home.
Look for the yellow EnergyGuide labels for the energy costs of different models, and look for the ENERGY STAR® labels as well. Take your time with this; the difference in your utility bills can be surprising.
Always read the warranty before making your decision. You need to know if the warranty covers the entire product or only certain parts, and if labor is included, and how long the warranty last.
The cost of delivery, installation and removal of the appliance you have at home now are a factor, and varies from dealer to dealer.
Factory authorized factory service is important if there’s a problem.
Don’t forget to ask about manufacturer rebates, special financing, and energy efficiency incentives from your local utility, and now there are tax incentives on many appliances from the government!
When you buy your new appliance, check for dents and scratches and make sure no parts like drawers, shelves or special fittings are damaged or missing. You should have the delivery crew hook up and test the appliance when it’s delivered. If there are any problems with the appliance you should report any problems to your salesperson, right then.
Buying new appliances has become easy now, you can start right here at www.abc123.com and look at the websites, of the finest appliance dealers in Denver, and check out your favorite appliances dimensions and the performance specs before you go to the store.
These are just some of the Brands available at www.abc123.com in Denver Viking Appliances Denver, Whirlpool Appliances Denver, Sub Zero Appliances Denver, Frigidaire Appliances, General Electric Appliances Denver, Monogram Appliances Denver, Jenn Air Appliances Denver, Wolfe Appliances Denver, Maytag Appliances Denver, Bosch Appliances Denver, and Electrolux Appliances Denver, and of course,
Appliance Repairs in Denver on Refrigerators, Disposals, Stoves, Dryers, Gas Ranges, Washing Machines, Water heaters, microwaves, compactors, freezers, air conditioners, and HVAC, are just seconds away at www.abc123.com.

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