During a new construction of your kitchen, you will not only need to consider the floor plan, the cabinetry, floor and countertops, to name a few. You will also need to choose new appliances. Now is the time to look into all of your options, such as energy-efficient appliances. Energy-efficient appliances are often a little more
expensive from the outset but save money down the line, on your electrical bill and by using less detergent (washing machines and dishwashers) or less water.
New appliances will help revamp the look and feel of your kitchen and also make it easier to run the household, since the tasks that are done in the kitchen are repetitive and time and energy consuming. The newer energy-efficient appliances contribute to make your
kitchen a more enjoyable and effective place. Modern appliances have a sleeker look than their older counterparts.
Large appliances to look into are the washer and dryer, dishwasher, oven, warming unit, stove, microwave and then all the other smaller appliances such as the coffee maker, food processor, toaster oven and more.
Choose your refrigerator based on the size of your family and your needs. You may want to consider features such as an ice-maker and crusher and a water filter. Some refrigerators
are side by side double-door and others have the freezer on the top or the bottom. You may need a separate freezer for emergencies or if you have a large family.
You can choose from a variety of ranges: electrical or ceramic-top for example. There are so many more options, but make sure you choose the one that best adapts to your cooking needs.
When planning your new kitchen and appliances, make sure you let us know what your workflow is like and we will help you arrange them in the most efficient and aesthetically pleasing manner.