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What is Beyond Appliances Warranty?

The warranties are from individual manufacturers, e.g., GE. Dacor, and Fisher & Paykel.

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When is the best Time to Replace Appliances?

"When it's making strange noises, overheating, overcooling, leaking, or giving off a funny smell, these issues mean it's time for an appliance repair or replacement,"

To determine which route to choose, "there's a rule of thumb that if the repair cost exceeds roughly half of the original cost of the appliance or a replacement, a replacement is preferred," "In the end, this would be a decision for the consumer, as sometimes, they have an entire matching set of appliances, and perhaps the newer model is a little different." -Architectural Digest.

Do I Have Enough Power for my Appliances?

As a base of reference, this is how many amps a home usually requires:

  • A two-story, three-bedroom home with gas heat usually requires 100 amps
  • A two-story, three-bedroom home with electric heat usually needs 150 and 200 amps
  • A five-bedroom house with gas heat usually draws between 150 and 200 amps
  • A 5,000-square-foot home with gas heat usually needs 200 amps
  • Central air conditioning and a gas furnace: about 15 to 20 amps each
  • An electric dryer: about 20 amps
  • An electric water heater: about 20 amps
  • An electric stove and oven: from 25 to 30 amps
  • Hot tubs: from 20 to 40 amps

What are Appliance Color Options?

For years, you can count on stainless steel as a consistently popular appliance option. White, black, and black stainless are popular appliances, and panel-ready appliances can be customized to blend in with your cabinets. -Whirlpool

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When you remodel your kitchen, how do you decide on the package?

As with any decision, design is a matter of personal taste and choice; our onsite designers can help you choose a perfect kitchen package.

In addition to appliance aesthetics, your primary concerns are functionality and energy efficiency. Arguably, you'll use appliances more than other features in your kitchen. For example, a refrigerator may need to be replaced in 15 years or sooner, but a cooktop will last longer. Invest there. If you have young children and are constantly doing heavy loads and washing dishes invest in a quality washer/dryer and dishwasher. -HGTV

Beyond appliances carries all brands across the spectrum to suit your kitchen remodel needs Dacor, Café, Fisher & Paykel, LG, Whirlpool, & GE

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And How Do you Ensure Appliance Dimensions Will Fit, e.g., Doorways, Upstairs?

Measuring the space twice (height, width, and depth) ensures that the appliance will fit into the designated space.

Electric vs. Gas Appliances How Do I Determine Which One to Get?

Natural gas is almost always cheaper than electricity, however If your home is only set up for electric appliances, converting to gas will cost a lot initially.

Bottom line: Converting from one system to the other is expensive. Gas appliances cost more upfront, but gas will save you money on your utility bill over time.

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Is it Hard to Replace Appliance Parts?

Marcone Supply is the largest authorized appliance parts distributor in the world. Since the Pandemic-caused factory shutdowns, it was made it nearly impossible for manufacturers to keep up with demand. This created a backlog that the appliance industry has yet to recover from fully.

How Do I Clean Sticky Appliance Handles?

Mix cutting liquid dish soap and water and wash the handle thoroughly. After the handle is dry, use rubbing alcohol and a clean cloth to wipe the handle. If the sticky surface remains, mix some baking soda with water to create a thick paste about toothpaste consistency. GoogGone works well as well.

How Can I Hang Fridge Magnets if the Appliance isn't Magnetic?

You can buy a magnetic board hanging from suction cups on the front of your refrigerator. This creates a magnetic surface to turn reminders, notes, or children's schoolwork and art.

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Best Way to Clean and Defrost Appliances?

Begin by disconnecting the freezer from its power source. Many freezers have off switches, but unplugging the freezer ensures the power cord will stay dry as you clean. Remove the frozen food. Put as many items as possible in your refrigerator, space permitting. They won't have time to thaw while you're cleaning. If you are cleaning the freezer adjacent to your fridge, don't worry about it being unplugged. Leaving the door to the refrigerator closed will keep everything cold for a few hours, even if it doesn't have power. Put the rest of the frozen food in a cooler, including the ice from the freezer. Use this time to inventory the food in your freezer. Get rid of the items that have freezer burn or are past expiration. Take any removable shelves out of the freezer. Depending on your freezer model, some racks and shelves may need removable. Check your owner's manual for details about which freezer parts can be cleaned. -The Home Depot How to Clean a Freezer - The Home Depot.

What Do you Do (Appliances) in an Electrical Outage?

  • Unplug Appliances. Washers and dryers, lights, etc., should be unplugged, mainly if used when the power goes out.
  • Use Surge Protectors.
  • Keep the Fridge & Freezer Closed.
  • Ensure food stays cold as possible by keeping refrigerator and freezer doors closed and placing ice blocks inside.
  • Turn Out the Lights.

Optimal Temperature (Fridge)

The ideal refrigerator temperature is 40 degrees Fahrenheit or below, according to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

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