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Tips & How To’s

How to Clean Your Dryer Lint Filter

August 10, 2017

Many of us have heard that failing to remove the lint from your dryer’s lint trap poses a fire hazard. Hopefully, between each load of freshly dried laundry, you’re pulling out the little mesh screen and peeling the thin layer of lint off the filter. Making this a regular practice not only helps keep your [...]

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What is a wood pellet grill?

July 20, 2017

Mrs. G’s has recently welcomed Traeger Grills to our showroom, and we’re excited to provide our customers with such an innovative and fun way to cook. Like anyone with something new, we’ve been eager to test it out ourselves, and we have made everything from steak to bacon to pizza on our Traeger Pro Series [...]

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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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How Long Should an Appliance Last?

May 4, 2015

How long should an appliance last? I’m happy to let Mrs. G Sales Associate Abe Grinberg, guest blog and answer this question. Celebrating 80 years in business, Mrs. G has the good fortune to have customers who replace their appliances not only twice but maybe a third even if they stay in the same house. [...]

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How to Get Rid of that Musty Smell in Your Dishwasher

April 1, 2015

When a new dishwasher is delivered, we often get these two questions: Why was the dishwasher leaking when it was delivered? And why does the inside of the dishwasher smell musty? I can assure you that this is completely normal and can be fixed. Most, if not all dishwashers, are tested before they are boxed [...]

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Why Does Your Front Load Washer Smell & How To Fix It

March 23, 2015

One complaint I hear from our customers often is “my front load washer smells!” Sometimes I even meet customers who want to get a new washer just because the smell is so bad they think there is something wrong with it. However, if your front load washer stinks, don’t overreact or give up yet because [...]

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Replacing A Downdraft Range or Center Downdraft Cooktop

February 3, 2015

This blog was updated on Oct. 9, 2016 Are you looking to replace a worn out downdraft range or center downdraft cooktop? Are you pulling your hair out because you cannot find a large selection of downdraft ranges or center downdraft cooktops, gas or electric? You are not alone.  Jenn-Air and Kitchen Aid are the [...]

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How To Choose The Best Kitchen Appliances

October 24, 2014

Many people ask me “Who makes the best kitchen appliances?” That is impossible for me to answer. As a dealer who sells more than 40 different kitchen/laundry manufacturers it would be tricky and dangerous to favor one over the other. There are many questions we ask to narrow down the selection for the best appliance [...]

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How To Get Your Home Ready For Sale? Upgrade To Stainless Steel Appliances

February 4, 2014

Are you thinking of selling your home? My close friend and residential real estate expert Helen Fritz from Berkshire Hathaway Fox & Roach Realtors says there is already very strong activity as the 2014 Spring Market gets underway. She advises anyone who anticipates listing their home to have it in the best ‘buyer condition’ possible. [...]

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Kitchen Remodeling: Best Practices For Getting Off To A Great Start

October 3, 2013

Kitchen remodeling projects are exciting undertakings, but they can also be daunting tasks. There are many things to consider and an incredibly wide range of products and styles to choose from. The budget and timeline for the project are also major factors that have an impact on the process. Overall, there is a large amount [...]

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