Consumer Guide to Buying Kitchen Appliances


You may be installing a new kitchen or upgrading your kitchen and you are buying various kitchen appliances. There is a right way and a wrong way of going about it. Getting it right will enhance your satisfaction with your kitchen while getting it wrong will lead to your spending a lot on things you hardly or will never use.

Things to buy for a standard home kitchen

Most consumers make the mistake of watching cooking shows and use it as a guide to buying their kitchen appliances. The mistake in this is that some people end up buying things they don’t need or could use without and of course spending a significant portion of their income on it. A standard home kitchen may need appliances such as an oven with a grilles and burner, refrigerator, microwave, dishwashers, ventilation hoods, toaster, blender among others.

What to consider when buying kitchen appliances

When it comes to refrigerator you should consider storage space, a toaster also look at the speed at which it can toast bread and the automatic bread toast, blender consider the capacity and how strong it is in terms of what it can efficiently blend, dishwasher look for the capacity and energy efficiency, microwave you should look also at its capacity.

One thing to consider no matter which type of kitchen appliance you intend to buy is the reputation of the manufactures, warranty, after sale services and the reputation of the products among end consumers.

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