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Appliances Reviews

The Best 5 Burner 30″ Gas Cooktops

October 24, 2016

5 burner 30″ gas cooktops have been around for a few years. There are so many choices now, it’s really hard to pick 3 that are the best. How did I choose? First, based on power. Cooktops are now able to generate at least one burner up to 22,000 BTU power burners compared to rangetops [...]

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Best 33” Wide Counter Depth French Door Refrigerator

June 7, 2016

Here’s the good news. There is not a lot to choose from. Here’s the bad news. There is not a lot to choose from. There is only ONE choice. The Samsung RF18HFENBSR. The reviews are good with a 4.2 star rating on the Samsung website and our customers like this refrigerator too. Highlighted features: COLORS: [...]

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Replacing a GE 1.1CF Countertop Microwave Oven

December 6, 2015

Replacing an old GE Countertop Microwave PEM31SM or a JEM31? Who would have ever thought GE would change the dimensions of one of their top selling 1.1CF Countertop Microwave Ovens and matching trim kits. These microwaves are very special as they are the only ones that were 12 -9/32” deep, able to fit snuggly with [...]

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Best Kitchen Side Swing Wall Ovens

November 20, 2015

Buying the right wall oven is not an an easy task. There are so many choices including the new side swing wall ovens introduced in 2015 by a few kitchen appliance manufacturers including Viking, GE Monogram & GE Cafe and Bosch Benchmark. It can be overwhelming trying to decide between the many types and models. The [...]

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Jenn-Air Downdraft Range New Look For 2015

July 14, 2015

I just did a house call to look at upgrading a 20 year old Jenn-Air downdraft slide in range. I was so excited to show my customers the new and improved downdraft range that it became great inspiration to create a blog post. The new Jenn-Air Downdraft is exceptional in both cooking performance and ventilation [...]

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The Heart of the Firehouse: The Ultimate Firehouse Kitchen

June 12, 2015

The kitchen is an important part of the firehouse because it is the gathering place for the troop to relax and refuel. My friends at New Jersey Fire Magazine asked me my expert advise on selecting appliances for the Ultimate Firehouse Kitchen. Starters • Large-capacity refrigerator and freezer. • High-BTU gas burners for a fast [...]

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Cooktop vs Rangetop: What’s The Difference?

June 4, 2015

One question I often get from customers looking for a new cooktop is “What is the difference between a cooktop and rangetop?” I am to happy to have experienced Sales Professional Chuck Dellaria guest blog and answer that common question: There are a number of differences between the two that are important to understand in [...]

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The New Bosch Benchmark Series At Mrs. G

December 25, 2014

It’s been almost a year since Bosch Benchmark Series debuted at the 2014 NKBA Design and Construction Week in Las Vegas. With the introduction of many innovative features that include a stylish design that looks good in a modern, transitional and traditional kitchens, it has clearly become one of the fastest growing brands of 2014 [...]

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Mrs. G 2014 Holiday Gift Guide

December 2, 2014

The holiday shopping season has arrived once again. Now is the perfect time to start thinking about great gift ideas and get your shopping done early. Mrs. G has some amazing appliances that make life better and make great gifts for the holidays. Our 2014 Holiday Gift Guide features our favorite gift ideas to help [...]

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Whirlpool Launches The First ENERGY STAR® Clothes Dryer

June 19, 2014

I recently participated in a Sustainable Princeton Panel discussion, “Getting To An Energy Smart Home” on June 10, 2014. This was the perfect time to let everyone know that on May 27, 2014 the EPA announced that clothes dryers can now earn the ENERGY STAR® label by meeting the energy efficiency requirements. As reported by [...]

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