Buying Appliances? Watch This First.

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Buying new appliances, whether you’ve done it before or this is your first time, can often be a tiring and frustrating experience. But it doesn’t have to be! Check out these appliance buying tips from one of our Product Experts so that your experience is the best it can be.

Transcript of video:


Hi everyone my name is David. I’m a Product Expert with Trail Appliances.
Today, I’m here to talk to you about what to consider when buying a new appliance.

  • The first thing to consider is space. Let’s take a fridge for instance.
    Don’t measure your current fridge, the best thing to do is actually measure you space, so measuring from side to side, the depth of the cabinet and also from the floor to the top of the cabinet.
  • Number two, you should consider your hooks ups— specifically your electrical and water line if your current fridge has an ice maker or an ice and water dispenser.
  • Number three, consider your new unit’s door swing, know how it’s going to open, is it going to block a path, is it maybe going to hit a countertop—very important to think about.
  • Number four is the path in which your new fridge will be delivered, something that is not thought about often. Make sure that you have the width in your hallways and especially the doorways to make sure that this new fridge will fit into your kitchen.

Hopefully these tips on what to consider when buying a new appliance will help your new purchase go smoothly.

If you want to know more, you can contact one of our Trail Appliances stores and talk to a product expert or you can go to our YouTube channel and get more information.

Thank you for watching.

Don’t forget to check out our Appliance Buying Guide for even more tips.

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