Upgrade your Appliances

Whether you’re moving into a new home, dreaming of a kitchen renovation to your current one, or trying to prepare your home for spring selling season, appliances are a key expense to consider. White-goods

But consider these tips first (for appliances or any other big-ticket home items you’re considering):

  1. Do your homework. Researching brands, reviews, styles, features and measurements before the sales begin will help reduce stress and time in the checkout lane (virtual or physical). Go see the appliances in-person if possible, to get a feel for how they work and which styles best meet your needs.
  2. Sign up for alerts. All of the major retailers will be sending out emails to alert customers when their big sales are live. For your best chance at getting the appliances you prefer, you’ll want to be among the first to know when prices drop.
  3. Don’t get distracted. There will be flashy deals and shiny surprises everywhere over the holiday period – don’t let them distract you or coax you into buying something you don’t really want just because it’s a little less expensive. If you’ve done your homework and stick to your budget, trust your judgment…and you won’t deal with buyer’s remorse later.
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