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Thoughts on my appliance package

Posted by gabethan (My Page) on
Sun, Dec 8, 13 at 22:50

Coming down to the wire. I know there are a lot of BS fans and capital, but I have to stick to brands I know i can get serviced in my area. I can't find these in stock anywhere. I can find Wolf/SZ, Thermador, and the usual suspects which I have looked at Bosch/Electrolux/KitchenAid.

36" Wolf Rangetop w/ 6 burners
36" Subzero with Top Fridge and 1 bottom freezer drawer
Wolf Double Oven
2 Bosch 500 dishwashers
Hood is undecided.

I really wanted the 36" all fridge and could not find a decent freezer solution. I also am waiting to hear pricing on subzero columns. I was looking at Thermador columns, but I can't find any reviews. I thought about going with a less expensive brand oven, too... kitchenaid/electrolux/bosch

Any feedback/suggestions?? Soooo ready to have the done!


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RE: Thoughts on my appliance package

but I have to stick to brands I know i can get serviced in my area.

These aren't exotic cars you have to parts imported from Europe.

Particularly rangetops that don't have ovens. No proprietary parts. Parts that might need to be replaced are igniters and spark modules all companies buy from same suppliers. And burners may need adjustment. Not rocket science.

I would call BS/Capital to see who does service in your area.

And I would take a Thermador rangetop over a Wolf too. Higher highs, lower lows and more even heat distribution.

Electrolux Bosch and Kenmore Elite( better option than KA IMO) are all good options if Wolf is just too expensive.

Nothing better for the money than Bosch mid range dishwashers.

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