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    Reasons to Choose a Sub-Zero Refrigerator

    Last updated 4 days ago

    An efficient refrigerator can save you money and minimize waste. These are just a couple of the reasons why Sub-Zero refrigerators have become so popular. Keep reading for a closer look at the reasons to choose a Sub-Zero refrigerator.

    Sub-Zero refrigerators use dual compressors to provide unprecedented control over temperature and freshness. Not only do they provide each compartment of the refrigerator with its own optimized air, but they also reduce energy use by evenly spreading the work. Proper insulation and sturdy magnetic doors help to keep cold air inside the fridge, further reducing wasted energy. Sub-Zero practices environmental consciousness by recycling half of the plastic they use and 75% of their steel. If you are looking for an energy-efficient refrigerator that keeps food fresh while minimizing environmental impacts, look no further than Sub-Zero.

    Does a Sub-Zero refrigerator sound like the right choice for you? Contact AUTCOhome Appliances or visit our website to find out more about these refrigerators. You can reach AUTCOhome Appliances of St. Louis at (314) 549-8462 or Construction Appliance by AUTCOhome at (636) 224-4038.

    A Look at the Sealed Burner Rangetop Product Line

    Last updated 7 days ago

    Wolf’s sealed burner rangetop product line allows you to become the master chef of your own kitchen. With plenty of options and customization available, Wolf can offer the right setup for anyone. Watch this video for a look at the sealed burner rangetop product line.

    The sealed burner rangetop product line offers 30-, 36-, and 48-inch models. Features include automatic re-ignition, use of up to 6 burners at once, and a variety of configuration options. The upper tier of burners provides maximum heat, while the lower tier is ideal for simmering and melting ingredients. Wolf’s dual-stacked sealed burners provide you with the equipment you need to succeed in all of your culinary dreams.

    AUTCOhome Appliances and Construction Appliance by AUTCOhome can be reached at (314) 549-8462 and (636) 224-4038, respectively. We provide the St. Louis area with high-end, luxury appliances.

    Cleaning the Pilot Assembly on Your Gas Stove

    Last updated 11 days ago

    If your gas stove is not working to its potential, it may be time to clean the pilot assembly. This is a relatively quick and easy procedure and can help your appliance ignite more easily. Read on for more information about cleaning the pilot assembly on your gas stove.

    Power Down

    When it comes to cleaning the components of a gas stove, it is important to make sure that it is fully powered down and that gas is no longer being supplied to the unit. Turn off the burners, oven cabinet, and gas supply, and make sure the gas line’s valve indicates that it is off. If you have recently used the appliance, wait until all surfaces are cool before continuing.

    Clean Burner Ignitors and Pilot Orifice

    Once your stove is cool, it is time to access the ignitors. You can do this by lifting the hinged top or looking for small ignitors near the burners. Use a toothbrush to remove any debris that may be impeding the function of the ignitors. Next, clear the pilot orifice of any obstructions using a small needle. Do not stick the entire needle in the orifice; instead, move it up and down about 25 percent of the way in. You can also use compressed air to clear the pilot orifice. Finally, remove any additional debris using a damp cloth.

    Clean Cabinet Ignitor

    Once you have powered the stove down and cleaned the burner ignitors as well as the pilot orifice, you can open the broiler door and clean the ignitor inside. Clean it the same way you cleaned the other ignitors and then spray compressed air into the air inlet ports. You can now close the broiler door, turn on the gas valve, and relight your pilots.

    If you would like to learn more about how to clean the pilot assembly on your gas stove, contact AUTCOhome Appliances or visit our website. We are happy to provide the St. Louis area with kitchen, home, and luxury appliances. For more information about our appliances, feel free to call AUTCOhome Appliances at (314) 549-8462 or Construction Appliance by AUTCOhome at (636) 224-4038.

    How Wolf Can Help You Cook with Greater Control

    Last updated 14 days ago

    In order for you to create the perfect meal, your appliances must provide you with sufficient control over the cooking process. Wolf is an appliance brand that strives to give you as much control as possible so you can make your meals exactly to your liking. Here is how Wolf kitchen appliances can help you cook with greater control.


    Wolf’s ovens and dual-fuel ranges utilize dual convection in order to bestow the cooker with confidence in the kitchen. You will not have to worry about situating trays in certain positions in order to get an even finish—every area of the oven heats evenly thanks to four heating elements and two fans. Wolf’s sealed burners can help you find the perfect amount of heat for your dish; from the upper tier heat transfer to the lower tier simmer and everywhere in between, Wolf allows you to find just the temperature you need.


    It is one thing to make a superb dinner—however, to be able to reliably recreate the dish on other occasions is a far more preferable skill. Fortunately, Wolf can make this happen. Wolf appliances perform to the same degree of perfection each time they are used, and they are made of quality materials. The ability to repeatedly provide consistent temperatures allows you to cook predictably, comfortably, and confidently. Wolf appliances can help you show your friends and family that the outstanding meal you cooked was not a fluke.

    Cooking Modes

    Depending on what you are cooking, you may need your oven to perform in different ways. Wolf provides 10 preset cooking modes to help you choose the right type of heat and convection current for your dish. Settings include convection, which is best if you are using multiple racks, and roast, which helps rougher steaks stay juicy.

    For more information about Wolf appliances and the control they offer, call AUTCOhome Appliances at (314) 549-8462 or Construction Appliance by AUTCOhome at (636) 224-4038. We provide the St. Louis area with luxury home and kitchen appliances. If you would like to find out more about our product range, feel free to contact us or visit our website.

    Refrigerators with Dual Compressors

    Last updated 18 days ago

    If you are looking for a refrigerator that provides you with maximum temperature control, look for a dual-compressor refrigerator. Although they are not the most common type of refrigerator, they are made by some luxury brands, such as Sub-Zero. Keep reading to learn more about refrigerators with dual compressors.

    Temperature control is accomplished in refrigerators through the use of coolants and compression; dual compressors provide increased control. Dual-compressor refrigerators often come in both side-by-side and top-and-bottom styles. Sub-Zero produces several different types of refrigerators, all of which feature two compressors. In addition to traditional refrigerators, Sub-Zero makes wine coolers and under-the-counter refrigerators—these refrigerating units also feature dual compressors.

    If you would like to learn more about refrigerators with dual compressors, call AUTCOhome Appliances at (314) 549-8462 or Construction Appliance by AUTCOhome at (636) 224-4038. The team members at our St. Louis appliance stores are ready to help you find the right option for your kitchen.

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