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Appliance Help - renovating kitchen

Posted by vieirab (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 30, 12 at 21:04

Renovating our kitchen and looking for advice on appliances. So far we have:

Wolf 36" range top (SRT366)
Jenn Air 30" Speed Oven & Dual Convection oven (JMW3430WS)
Jenn Air Warming Drawer (JWD2030WS)
Best 38" 100CFM Hood (PK2238)
Miele Integrated DW (G4275SCVI)
Marvel 24" beverage center

Stuck on a refrigerator. 36" SubZero (BI-36U), Liebherr, or Jenn Air

Total on the above with Sub Zero Fridge Coming in around $22,500 with tax. CAn shave $5,000 off by going with Jenn Air 72'(h) counter depth or shave off $3,000 by going with Liebherr. In either case still a lot of money.

Any body have experience with any of the above, particularly with the Jenn Air Oven ?

Options / Suggestions?

Thanks


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RE: Appliance Help - renovating kitchen

I think you'll get the most response here by first searching for each brand/model. Then if you have specific ?s on particular ones, you can post with that brand-model and ? in Subject.

Just my opinion.


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RE: Appliance Help - renovating kitchen

we have the leibherr hcb2062, 36" fully integrated frig and love it and had no problems so far(installed sept). its quiet, roomy enough for fam of 5, easy to clean. freezer space is ok, we do have a freezer downstairs, so not an issue for us.

i have a miele DW and love that also.

i think you should consider a higher CFM on hood, i can't imagine 100 cfm being enough for anything you cook, no matter how you cook.

don't have any of the other appliances.

keep reading GW posts to gain more insight and read reviews from other sources to help you decide.

best of luck!


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