- Make sure your choice fits your style and the room. Define your style. You can bring along magazine photographs, color swatches, paint chips, rug patterns, Houzz Ideabooks or anything else that reflects your vision for your home. We also ask customers the style of the room – is it modern, transitional or traditional – so we can pick an appliance style that coordinates with the design of the room and existing finishes.
- Make sure it fits your kitchen as well as your style. Installation is a key element when planning an appliance change. The look of an appliance may fit perfectly into your design; however, it must first fit your home’s plumbing, wiring/electrical capabilities and state regulatory codes. Don’t forget to bring all measurements with you shopping.
- You may not know what you’re missing. Many customers think they can purchase a product online to save money; however, many times they do not purchase all of the additional parts needed or the parts they do receive are defective. In the end, they may spend more money and time correcting problems.
- Don’t forget the vents. Proper ventilation is key when selecting a new range, especially with the various types of cooktops. There are numerous styles available to compliment a ventilation system’s functionality.