Energy/Efficiency In Todayâ€™s Appliances Part 2
Last week, we began our focus on energy and efficiency in todayâ€™s appliances with dishwashers and washers and dryers in mind.Â Today, we shift our attention to cooking and refrigeration.Â Before you clean your dishes and before you wipe the mustard off your shirt, much time in the home is spent cooking and keeping your food fresh.Â With the environment and your energy bill as something to think about, there are several great products you can select for your kitchen. Sub Zero offers some of the finest cooking and refrigeration appliances.Â They have a selection of offerings including induction cooktops which cook your food faster than traditional options.Â Not only saving time, induction cooktops also are more efficient than traditional ones.Â This allows you to use less energy, thus helping to conserve our environment and putting more money in your pocket over the long-term. Thermador is another excellent selection which offers various products including ranges, ovens, cooktops, microwaves, and refrigerators.Â Like induction cooktops, steam ovens and convection ovens cook your food faster than traditional options.Â Similarly, they offer the same benefits that you might not think about on initial glance.Â Lastly, Viking has been voted the number one luxury range and offers beautiful cooking appliances in its portfolio.Â Furthermore, Viking is at the forefront of product innovation with selections such as French-door double ovens, built-in refrigeration, and the TurboChef double oven. No matter whether you choose Sub Zero, Thermador, or Viking, you are guaranteed to enjoy a quality product for many years to come.Â While the sticker price may be higher than other brands, there are long-term benefits to this purchase.Â Eco-friendly appliances are one of the hottest trends in kitchen design and we are proud to carry these appliances in-store.Â If you would like to see these kitchen appliances up close, stop on by and visit our showroom and donâ€™t forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Houzz!