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Personal opinion but I will not buy another front load washing machine again. They simply do not clean clothes as well as the old agitator style washers do. In the summer when I am hot and sweaty I have to wash shirts at least twice, sometimes up to four times to get the stink out. Also, while they may save water per load washed, they run a lot longer. My old washing machine took about 20 minutes to wash a load of clothes. The front loader takes about an hour. What it saves on water it more than makes up for in electricity I'm sure running three times as long. Our front loader has not leaked but it doesn't do the job for my clothes. Maybe someone sitting in an office all day has fewer problems having to rewash clothes.
As for appliance brand recommendations I have no particular favorites. They all seem to be disposable these days, often costing as much to repair as to replace. Samsung has made some good appliances as of late I've heard a lot of good reviews about from customers. I've got a customer who bought a Kenmore refrigerator when they built the house. The ice maker has gone out and the replacement part isn't any better since it's a known defect according to the appliance repairman they had look at it. It was just past the warranty so they didn't pay for another part to be installed that was going to fail again. Since Kenmore is made by other companies I'm sure they aren't the only one with this problem. We live in a disposable society. I look at how well it works, the warranty and cost and weigh the last two of those after kicking out the ones with bad reviews on that model.
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Depends a lot on your current configuration. Rough numbers, $4-7,000 for the generator including autostart and automatic load transfer circuit box and master breakers (usually all come on the generator).
Installation (with pad already inplace and gas hookup - about $500-1000.
Electrical about $800 minimum, to maybe $2500. The $800 will get you a simple transfer switch installation but if you want some household circuits to run on the generator but others not, depending on how your current wiring is run, can run to $2000 to pull existing circuits to a new panel.
The problem is that all circuits that are going to be on the generator, unless you are planning to carry the entire household load, have to go to a separate circuit breaker panel which is fed off the automatic transfer switch, so they get power from either the power company or the generator, depending on which is providing power at the moment. That means the circuits running off either source have to be disconnected from your current breaker box, extended (commonly) over to the new box, and hooked up. All other circuits stay on your current breaker box, to run only off the public power when it is on. If the generator is large enough capactiy for your entire house load of course it costs more, but this circuit termination point moving is not needed, so electrical work drops way off to basically a connection box with the transfer switch.
A couple of words of advice - pay attention to weather protection, fire barrier between the unit and the house (including issues of overhead decks that can catch fire), automatic fire shutoff/suppression, and trickle charging from house power to generator battery. Also read CAREFULLY your power comopany rules on generator installation (commonly requires their signoff), any code restrictions on generators and noise in your area, and if your insurance rate will go up. (It definitely does if you have a fuel tank, I don't know if it does with natural gas-fired generators.)
Welcome to the world of Google ! Google this search phrase - dual fuel downdraft convection oven range
You will find a number of brands that make dual-fuel ranges with convection oven - Jenn-air of course, and GE, Bosch, Kitchenaid, Maytag, LG, Samsung, Wolf, Frigidaire, Thermador, Viking all sellin the US. Almost all major brands make this a dual-fuel convection oven range - find model(s) you like, then start checking with local vendors to see who sells them locally - the big home improvement box stores and Sears, Best Buy for starts.
However, the bad news - according to an article I found, only Jenn-Air still makes downdraft stovetops, although I did find one blog notation about a person buying a European Viking with downdraft. Basically the fan capability in downdraft ranges is just not enough to capture the odors and grease and steam coming off a cooktop, so the other brands all dripped it and recommend an over-stove powered vent hood. Most downdraft units had about a 1/10HP fan that pulled about 300 cfm - the same as a modern bathroom fan,, when to actually cause a reverse (downward) airflow over a range requires more like 1000 cfm or more causing a downward airflow of about 10-20 mph - which would make for a little private windstorm around your stove. People also found they did not like the reduced oven size to accomodate the fan unit.
Thermador and Dacor and probably others make behind the range vent units that stick up a foot or two and pull some of the fumes from the rangetop, though reviews say their performance is iffy and basically only affects the rear burners.
My recommendation - go with an overhead vent hood and eliminate the greasy buildup and high humidity in the kitchen that go with downdraft ranges - you will also pay about half a much as for a Jenn-Air downdraft unit.
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Purchased and credit card was charged for the dryer, removal, and Sunday delivery.
First contact was an email after 2am Sunday stating the order was being processed. ...More /> Went on-line Sunday morning to try and find delivery time and found that delivery was scheduled for the following Saturday along with additional charges and no reduction of the $40 Sunday delivery fee (to the $10 Saturday fee).
Sent email to "Customer Service" requesting correction of charges and adjustment for failure to honor contracted delivery schedule but have not received any reply.
Cancelled order from
The salesman was respectful, worked within what I wanted and my budget and helped find all rebates and sales available.
They also do their own repairs. Haven't needed to use it yet, but that was another valuable service with this company as many major appliance places have outsourced their repairs.
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