Fridges & freezers
Built-in fridges and freezers
Built-In is great for those who have limited space when it comes to their kitchen. They are designed to fit into smaller spaces, blending in with your kitchen. These utilities can be energy-efficient, which helps reduce monthly power bill costs. With smart features such as fast cooling or humidity control, which prevents the formation of frost. Built-In fridges/freezers help maximize organization and minimize food waste in your kitchen space.
Free-standing fridges and freezers
Free-standing fridges or fridge freezers offer a greater storage capacity than built-in fridges/freezers. For kitchens with more than enough room, they are easy to place wherever you want. These utilities come with smart features like super-fast cooling or humidity control, which prevents the formation of frost. Free-standing fridges help maximize storage and minimize food waste in your kitchen space.
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Induction is designed to be efficient and safe. Induction cooktops only heat up the cookware set on the burners, making them use less electricity, which saves money and the power bill.
Ceramic eliminates the need to run gas lines through the kitchen. More kitchens have adopted the hidden or paneled aesthetic, so a ceramic cooktop is another great way to help the appliances blend seamlessly in.
Gas offers instant control of heat from high to low instantly. The stove and oven heat faster, so the temperature is easy to control and the gas cooktop is easier to clean.
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Range hoods & filters
Wall Mounted Extractor Hoods
Wall Mounted Extractor Hoods come in a variety of sizes, from big enough to make a bold statement in a kitchen space to compact enough to be hidden under cabinets.
Ceiling Mounted Extractor Hoods
Ceiling extractor fans can be invisible, as they’re designed to blend into the ceiling and surrounding area, instead of it standing out. They usually have a remote control.
Built-In Extractor Hoods
These push the air from your cooktop through filters which remove any cooking smells before the air is reintroduced back into your kitchen. These hoods are designed to be hidden beneath cupboards, so as to not draw attention to themselves.
Baffle Filters, when it comes to industry-leading efficiency, are a popular choice. They are dishwasher-safe and known for their durability, which helps make them be cost effective.
Honeycomb Filters are known for their affordability, and are a reliable second option for your range hood. These filters are also dishwasher-safe.
Charcoal Filters are inexpensive and easy to replace as they don’t need to be washed. They are wonderfully lightweight too, making their installation and removal much easier.
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Built-In Ovens have become a popular choice for remodels. While most free-standing ovens can vary in size and are bulky, the built-in oven is fitted directly into the workspace of a kitchen. A built-in oven can provide homeowners with more choices when it comes to the location of where their cooking hub will be. They can have a built-in oven in a completely different area of their kitchen separate to their cooktop. With this option available, limited kitchen space can be used more efficiently. Built-In Ovens are more cost-effective as they can accommodate for any kitchen layout.
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Microwave ovens are now designed to have the same functionality while saving valuable counter space. Recent models tend to be over-the-range, which is perfect for smaller kitchen spaces as they have exhaust fans and hoods included. All over-the-range microwaves have hoods with fans that vent to either the interior or exterior of the home. A dual-function microwave adds a heating element to the cooking process, allowing them to have similar cooking times to convection ovens. This allows the food to cook more quickly, which can prevent it from drying out. Some models have integrated sensors that automatically adjust the time and power to optimize cooking.
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Unlike portable models that are connected to the kitchen faucet, the built-in model only requires a one-time connection to your plumbing system. As a result, it allows you to continue using your kitchen sink and faucet any time the dishwasher is in operation. Built-in dishwashers also don’t need to be wheeled around each time you want to use them. Instead, they are installed along with the kitchen cabinets, offering a much neater kitchen design. One of the major advantages that built-in designs have over portable ones is low noise. Built-in dishwashers are always surrounded by cabinetry, meaning their operating noise is muffled by insulating materials.
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Accessories for appliances
These small bits and baubles may be the last to consider for a kitchen reformat, but they should not be the last. An organized kitchen is a cost-effective solution. Adding storage racks, bins, baskets, containers, turntables, drawer organizers and shelving to a kitchen space will make life much easier for homeowners. A well organized kitchen with these accessories can lead to easier maintenance and time-efficient habits including meal planning, faster grocery shopping/unpacking, and easier meal preparation. These things, combined with organized cabinets and drawers and great storage, will save homeowners an enormous amount of time.
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These ranges offer immediate results from their heat build up. Their flames can also be controlled. Gas ranges come with either sealed or non-sealed burners. They require a gas line to operate.
These are extremely convenient, especially if you’re looking for an easy-to-clean option. Many modern electric ranges radiate heat through a ceramic or glass range top, which can be easily wiped clean once cool.
A fascinating alternative with a devoted following, induction ranges have become a popular choice for remodeling. Induction ranges use electromagnetism to heat the cookware directly, making sure that the range top stays cool while preparing a meal.