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It is time to buy your new window air conditioner!

Hello Summer!!!
Get ready cuz the heat is coming to Maryland with the upper 90′s forecast for Wednesday and Thursday! So, if you have been putting off buying a new window air conditioner I suggest you get in your car and head directly to the store and make your purchase. It never fails that a lot of people wait until after they have suffered through a few unbearable nights of intense heat before they finally break down and buy an A/C. What many people don’t know is that there are only a finite number of window air conditioner units available throughout the entire country. The units are almost all imported from overseas (Friedrich is the only brand to my knowledge still made here in good old Texas). The amount of new A/C’s brought in to the USA is limited. Once they are gone you will not be able to find one until next year. I am not saying this to scare you into making a purchase (even though I have some great deals available in 6,000, 8,000, 10,000, and 12,000 BTU units :.). I am telling you what I’ve learned over 30 years of being in the appliance business. DON”T WAIT! 
Tuesday, June 19, 2012/Author: blog/Number of views (738)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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Are Extended Service Agreements Worth Buying?

I’ve had many discussions over the years regarding the value of buying an extended service agreement. My opinion has evolved over those same years. Once upon a time I would have rarely suggested considering adding an extended service agreement (from now on referred to as an ESA) to any purchase, regardless of whatever the product was. Now with the push for energy efficiency from the federal government, products have become so electronic control dependent in order to meet the energy efficiency criteria that almost every component of the modern appliance is controlled by an electronic circuit board. Gone are the days of electro-mechanical devices such as thermostats, timers or selector switches common in washers, dryers, dishwashers, refrigerators and cooking appliances built before 2000. It used to be that only the expensive lines of appliances used electronic controls in order to provide a wide variety of user options. Refrigerators now have modulating compressors that operate at higher and lower “speeds” in the attempt to keep the inside compartments at a very steady temperature! As a result we are finding appliances, regardless of brand, providing outrageously reduced life expectancies. Now even the least expensive units are coming equipped with control boards, thermistors, sensors, etc.
Friday, June 1, 2012/Author: blog/Number of views (668)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
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