It’s a nice calm Saturday.
Perhaps, you are starting a project or need to replace an appliance.
Your calm will be tested, severely tested.
COVID-19 has hit different parts of the appliance supply chain both at different times and simultaneously. Starting in China, then the Northeast, and now in the South, West, and Mexico where all the factories are.
So you will have problems.
However, there are some creative solutions. Rather than worry about the uncontrollable, let’s creatively solve the problem.
There are five resources we have designed to help, and they are all free.
5 Resources To Help You With Buying Appliances
1. Appliance Buying Guide: Just rewritten and is now 62 pages of brands, trends, reliability, and the answers to the ten most asked questions of appliance shoppers.
3. 6 Best Tips To Kitchen Planning And Remodeling: It was a webinar where we talked about how to start a project. I have remodeled two homes and two stores.
These are small wins you may want to emulate as well as big mistakes you don’t want to make. Yes, you can put a TV in your range hood.
4. How To Buy Appliances As A Builder: This was a real estate podcast. Normally I wouldn’t add this, but there were three questions about builders and about 40 on other appliances. You will have a sense of the general market and brands by listening.
5. Are Extended Warranties Worth It?: This subject kind of bothers me. You buy a warranty only to find out there is no service behind it. Read the whole article. There is only one way to buy a warranty to be protected.
There are ways to buy successfully, even now. As we say, be feature loyal. Pick your features, be flexible with brands, and give yourself time.
If I can help you further with any specific issues, please leave your questions and comments below.
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