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It is always economical to try to get the most out of your appliances, but it can be difficult to recognize when you’ll be better off purchasing a new model. However, there are a few signs to look for when you are faced with this decision. Here are some of the signs which indicate that it is time to replace your oven.
It Must Be Repaired Often
If you are constantly repairing your oven, its prime working days may be over. You can only put so much money into your oven before any additional money would be better spent on a new machine. If your oven is old or is consistently in need of repair, consider saving yourself some trouble by purchasing a new one.
Your Energy Bills Are Too High
Are your energy bills suddenly increasing? This could have something to do with the performance of your household appliances. If your oven is not functioning with the same efficiency that it used to, it is probably time to start looking for a new one. An old, faulty, or otherwise problematic oven will have to work harder than a newer one to do the same job; unfortunately, this drives up your energy bills. You may look at a new oven and see the price tag only, but think about the money you could save in the long run.
Your Cooking Options Are Limited
It may be time to buy a new oven if you want more culinary freedom. Your oven may be too small or lacking in power to cook the dishes that you would like to prepare and share with your family. Newer models have a wide array of features that can enhance your cooking experience on a day-to-day basis.
If you are looking to replace your oven, call the appliance professionals at AUTCOhome Appliances at (314) 549-8462 or Construction Appliance by AUTCOhome at (636) 224-4038. We are proud to serve the St. Louis area with top-of-the-line luxury appliances. For more information about our services, please do not hesitate to explore our website.
Last updated 5 days ago
If you are looking for a way to keep your food optimally fresh without sacrificing the aesthetic design of your kitchen, consider integrated refrigeration. Sub-Zero refrigerators offer both great performance and beautiful design options. Here is a brief look at integrated refrigeration options by Sub-Zero.
Sub-Zero’s integrated refrigerators work to keep your food fresher over a longer period of time, and they come in many different models. They are available in four different widths ranging from 18 inches to 36 inches, with a standard height of 84 inches. Under-the-counter integrated refrigerators are also available. Door panels may be stainless steel or custom, and handle style may be pro, tubular, or custom. These appliances can be designed so that they seamlessly blend into your kitchen.
AUTCOhome Appliances and Construction Appliance by AUTCOhome provide the St. Louis area with a variety of home appliances. You can reach us at (314) 549-8462 and (636) 224-4038, respectively. If you would like more information about our services, please do not hesitate to visit our website or stop by one of our showrooms.
Last updated 8 days ago
It is important to keep your stainless steel appliances looking neat and shiny if you want to maintain the aesthetics of your home. Watch this video for green cleaning advice for your stainless steel appliances.
You can make a green cleaning solution using a few simple materials. Mix one quarter cup of lemon juice with one cup of baking soda and three tablespoons of borax in a bowl. Next, add just enough club soda to turn the mixture into a paste. Dip a rag into the mixture and use it to apply the solution to your stainless steel appliances. Once you are finished, simply remove the solution with a wet rag.
For more information about stainless steel appliances, talk to the professionals at AUTCOhome Appliances or Construction Appliance by AUTCOhome. We can be reached at (314) 549-8462 or (636) 224-4038, respectively. We are the St. Louis area’s home for all things appliances. Please visit our website for more information.
Last updated 12 days ago
Like any other home appliance, refrigerators have evolved throughout their history. They are now available in a multitude of shapes, colors, sizes, and styles. If you are in the market for a new refrigerator, read on to find out about the different types available.
The type of refrigerator that you choose may be dependent on a variety of factors. One factor to consider is the food that you typically eat. Side-by-side refrigerators are excellent when it comes to saving space; if you have a small kitchen and do not typically store large frozen foods, this can be a major advantage. This style of refrigerator comes in a number of layout variations. Some allot an equal amount of space to the freezer and refrigerator compartments, while others have more room on the fridge side.
Top-freezer refrigerators are often thought of as the prototypical refrigerator. This old standby is still available in many different styles and offers a decent amount of space for both the refrigerator and freezer compartments. The refrigerator compartment does typically offer more space than the freezer. Each compartment can make use of the full width of the refrigerator. This makes it easy to store food of any shape or size in either compartment. Although this type of fridge is not the trendiest available, it is typically very affordable.
French-door refrigerators tend to be sleek, modern, and efficient. While most other types of refrigerators have two separate compartments, this style has three. Each compartment is fairly small, so less cold air escapes whenever one of the doors is opened.
If you would like to know more about the different types of refrigerators, call AUTCOhome Appliances at (314) 549-8462 or Construction Appliance by AUTCOhome at (636) 224-4038. We are proud to provide the St. Louis area with high-quality home and kitchen appliances. You can also find more information about our luxury appliances on our website.
Last updated 15 days ago
There are a variety of kitchen appliances available today that can help you out regardless of what you like to cook. Countertop appliances offer both portability and convenience, making them a popular option in many households. Here are a few KitchenAid countertop appliances that can make cooking easier in your home.
The countertop oven is a versatile appliance that can be a helpful addition in many different cooking situations. KitchenAid countertop ovens offer a substantial amount of space. In fact, with both trays inserted, you can easily prepare two large pizzas. Their use of convection makes countertop ovens well suited for more than just pizza, however—these ovens are also great for baking treats like cookies and muffins. The convection system uses air circulation to provide remarkably even cooking. Whether you are toasting, baking, roasting, or simply reheating your meal, KitchenAid countertop ovens are ready to produce the perfect results for you.
KitchenAid slow cookers are smart, safe, and efficient. These appliances are ideal for individuals who want to simply combine ingredients in the morning and return to a fully prepared meal. The slow cooker offers four different temperature settings: warm, low, medium, and high. You can program the appliance on a 24-hour cycle using its sleek interface and LCD display. If the programmed time expires and you are not ready for your meal, the slow cooker goes into “keep warm” mode so that your food maintains its quality and taste. The slow cooker will remain in this mode for up to four hours following the end of the programmed timeframe.
Cooking is much easier when you can mix your ingredients efficiently. Fortunately, KitchenAid hand mixers help you do just that. The mixer’s whopping nine speeds are displayed digitally alongside the controls, which reside on an ergonomically designed handle to maximize your comfort. KitchenAid hand mixers provide all the power you need to achieve the perfect mix.
If you would like to learn more about KitchenAid countertop appliances, contact AUTCOhome Appliances or visit our website. We are appliance specialists who serve the St. Louis area, and we can be reached at (314) 549-8462. You can also reach Construction Appliance by AUTCOhome by calling (636) 224-4038.