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Appliance Center/Store in NYC or Long Island

Posted by AGK2003 (My Page) on
Fri, Sep 27, 13 at 10:18

Hi, we are redoing our kitchen and NEED to get the appliances asap. at least the fridge and oven. Can someone recommend another appliance store with more built ins on display? ie, sub zeros or thermadors? Preferably in LI since we have errands to run there but nyc is good too. We hit best buy, pc richard, sears last week and saw mostly the same at each. Thought we were settled on a samsung FD but realized it was very deep, meaning it would stick out way past counter. I'm torn between a counter depth, vs. built in vs. regular free standing and would love to see more on display. Tried Drimmer's in Brooklyn but they are closed tomorrow due to the holidays.


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RE: Appliance Center/Store in NYC or Long Island

home appliance corp in oceanside on long beach road. They have pretty competitive pricing if you negotiate with them (at least they did a few years ago).


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Can also try Plessers in Bay Shore, that's where I bought a few of my appliances. Call ahead about built-ins; that wasn't what I was in the market for so I don't know how much they have on the floor. Also Appliance World in Huntington (and I think Oyster Bay) has a lot of higher end stuff.


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If you're up for a weekend drive (perhaps trees are changing color already?), Yale Appliances in New Haven, CT is fabulous for your requirements. They will deliver to NYC area I believe.

Check out their long time owner and his blog if you think you are interested. Lots of options there. (No affiliation, just used them for my own appliance research.)


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Flametech Appliances in lower Manhattan.


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Hampton Appliances in Garden City


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I agree Home Appliance, they matched AJ Madison recently for a friend who was buying a lower end Whirlpool set. Pretty much everyone in this area will since AJ is local. I have bought lots of appliances from them over the years and they seem to do a nice built in business too.

People have recommended Drimmers. They will be open tomorrow. Also, for phone comparisons, a friend bought an Electrolux set from Towne Appliance in Lakeville?, NJ. I believe she saved the tax they will also be open on Sunday. Before I buy I also call Mr. Jays Outlet in Williston Park


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thanks to all! we checked out appliance world and they had a great selection of all brands.


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