CHOOSING APPLIANCES

There are many appliances in your kitchen and even more in the market place. You can expect appliances to take 8-10% of your remodel or building budget, if you are replacing all of them.

When working on your kitchen design, you and your designer will make a list of what professional appliances you will need. From there, you can narrow down the color and style you prefer. Then begin looking at the options for each piece.

United Wholesale offers the largest selection of wholesale appliances in the Puget Sound area, from all the leading manufacturers. Our staff is continually reading the latest product reviews and watching design trends, to ensure that we are selecting the best products to meet our client’s needs. Visit one of the United Wholesale showrooms to begin exploring your kitchen appliance options with your builder.

TIPS FOR YOU TO CONSIDER WHEN LOOKING AT APPLIANCES:

Range and Oven:

  • Shape and size
  • Gas versus electric
  • Don’t forget about the range hood, a vital element in any kitchen design

Refrigerator:

  • Size
  • Door configuration
  • Internal features: ice maker, vegetable crispers with humidity control, door bins
  • Energy efficiency

Sinks:

Sinks and Faucets have many more options now to consider besides just providing hot and cold water. Things to consider:

  • Shape and size
  • Water purifiers
  • Garbage disposals
  • What material the sink is to be made from: Stainless steel, enamel on cast iron, solid surface and quartz are all options.

Dishwashers:

Today’s dishwashers are extremely quiet, due to extra insulation. Energy efficiency has also made great strides, using fewer kilowatt hours and less water than ever before. When looking at dishwashers, you will be comparing energy efficiency with design and style between the different options.

UNITED WHOLESALE’S MANUFACTURERS

High-quality, professional appliances are key to any remodel project. At United Wholesale, we work with you and your contractor to select wholesale appliances that will complete your kitchen. Visit one of our showrooms or speak with your contractor to explore your options.