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BRAND-NEW APPLIANCES UP TO 75% OFF! (While Supplies Last)

Occasionally, we purchase appliances at huge discounts so we can pass the savings on to you, our customer! Sometimes they are Scratch & Dent models that we sell through our Outlet Store located within our Lankershim Boulevard showroom in North Hollywood, sometimes they are just close-out models where the manufacturer needs to unload older styles, and sometimes they are just open-box deals!

Here is your chance to purchase some of the following items that were returned to us from another dealer’s floor! These have never been installed or used, and come with the FULL MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY!

Take a look at these pictures of the items currently on display in North Hollywood and call us for best pricing today:

CALL US TODAY TO ORDER ANY OF THE ABOVE PIECES AT UP TO 75% OFF!!
NORTH HOLLYWOOD: 818-769-8000 OR SANTA MONICA: 310-450-8585

HOW LONG DO MAJOR HOME APPLIANCES LAST?

IMG_0100Whether you’re about to become a first-time homebuyer, or are already a property owner and are now going over the condition of your current appliances and your budget for new ones, it’s worth taking a closer look at some of those big ticket items. They may seem just fine but may be closer to breaking down than you think.

Below is the National Association of Home Builders general guidelines for the life expectancy of those major appliances.

For those in the market to buy right now, you may be able to negotiate a cash credit from the seller to repair or replace a high priced appliance that is worn out and old.

Gas range ovens have the longest life expectancy among appliances. They should last about 15 years.
Refrigerators and dryers are at 13 years.
Washing machines expected life at 10 years.
Electric or gas dryers at 13 years.
Dishwashers and microwave ovens should last about nine years.
Followed by trash compactors that average out at six years.
The NAHB study also found that changes in styling, technology and consumer preferences tend to push major home appliances out the door long before they’re worn out and needing to be replaced.
For example, earlier this year, GE introduced the Café Series French door refrigerator with a built-in Keurig K-Cup brewing system, available in stainless steel with an MSRP of $3,300. A selling point of the appliance is that it frees up counter space since you’ll no longer need your coffeemaker.
As far as Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning goes, these systems need to be properly maintained for maximum efficiency and life expectancy. Even in the best case scenario, most HVAC components only last 15 to 25 years. Usually furnaces last 15-20 years, heat pumps 16 years and air conditioning units 10-15 years. Thermostats usually get replaced before the end of their 35-year lifespan due to technological improvements.
Customers who want to replace their 20-year-old refrigerator are surprised when told the average life expectancy of a new one is seven to 12 years. Consumer products just don’t last as long as they used to. Keep this helpful guide in mind when planning and budgeting for your next major home improvement project.

Hottest New Thing – LG’s “Texting Appliances” coming to 2015 CES

LG is bringing a host of smart appliance tech to CES this year, including a new service that lets you control your air conditioner, washer, dishwasher, and Wi-Fi speakers via text messages. Also, a fridge with a built-in camera that lets you see what’s inside—even when you’re at the grocery store

HomeChat, which LG calls a “virtual assistant,” lets users talk to their home appliances and electronics in plain English via natural language processing. Smart appliance owners just have to download the LINE messaging app (available for most smartphone platforms, including iOS and Android), add their appliances as contacts, and start texting them the same way they would a real, live human being.

You can tell your refrigerator, “I’m going on vacation,” and it will enter a power-saving mode. Or you can ask your washer, “How much longer?” and it will tell you your sheets and towels will be ready in 30 minutes. There are preset modes for Vacation, Leaving Home, and Coming Home that get appliances ready for your departure or arrival.

Though it’s still easiest to engage simple functions on your device’s control panel, HomeChat is useful for remote control and monitoring, or doing something more complex—like downloading a recipe to your oven, or asking your washer to create a custom cycle for removing a specific stain.

Every time you close the door on LG’s new smart fridge, it takes a picture of what’s inside.

HomeChat, which debuted at CES last year, is already available in Korea and got a lot of interest at IFA in Berlin earlier this year. But when the next generation of LG smart appliances goes on sale in the U.S. in the first half of 2015, it will mark the first chance American consumers have to use the tech.

LG plans to roll out HomeChat across its lineup of home appliances, including refrigerators, air conditioners, washers, ovens, and the all-new Music Flow Wi-Fi-enabled speaker system.

We’re particularly excited about LG’s new Smart Refrigerator. Every time you close the door, it takes a picture of what’s inside. When you text your fridge from the grocery store, it will show you a picture of all the food on the shelves. That means you can check to see if you’ve run out of orange juice or if those greens are looking brown. It also lets you text a photo from your smartphone to the fridge’s external display.

We haven’t yet seen the U.S.-bound model, but if it’s anything like the European prototype we saw in Berlin, we’ll be impressed.

In addition to the fridge, we expect to see a few other appliances. A smart oven lets users monitor recipes and download recommendations for how to cook specific foods—though it won’t let you preheat your oven remotely like GE’s Brillion app or Dacor’s Discovery iQ wall oven.

A smart washer offers remote monitoring and new cycle options, and a smart air conditioner allows for remote control no matter where you are. If you buy LG’s new Music Flow speakers, you can even tell them to “play music for a party” or “turn the music off after an hour.”

 

Cool is Back with GE

GE Artistry Series
GE Artistry Series

The GE Artistry™ Series is a new class of strikingly bold appliances with cool metallic handles and knobs, sleek chrome trim, clean and classic lines, and comes in either black or white. It combines a normal black or white appliance with stainless steel knobs and handles giving it a modern look. The series includes just about every appliance you need in order to remodel your kitchen while giving it a fashionable look.

The refrigerator has a bottom-freezer with tons of space and it is ENERGY STAR® rated, so don’t worry about your electricity meter spinning like crazy. The high-gloss crown door has a unique shine and is complemented by the horizontal handles and GE badge. It includes adjustable gallon door bins and crisper drawers to help provide the ideal environment for storing your produce. The interior lighting shines bright and the easy-to-use controls regulate both the fresh food and freezer sections.

The range is not only offered in either black or white, but you have your choice of gas or electric too. Each option offers several burners up top, with various heat outputs and sizes so you can boil, simmer and fry to your heart’s desire. The range has an 8″ power boil element with 2,500 watts producing quick, vigorous heat. There is a removable full-width storage drawer so you can store cookware or kitchen accessories. There is an analog clock that’s easy to read and a ceramic-glass cooktop that can be wiped clean without much effort. The smooth surface and rounded corners make cleanup quick and easy in the oven and the 5.0 cu. ft. oven capacity lets you cook more dishes at once.

The dishwasher has 65% more wash-power compared to previous models and has many great features. There are 3 pressurized, full-coverage wash arms so you can expect exceptionally clean and table-ready dishes with powerful wash arms. The steam prewash loosens tough soils, virtually eliminating the need for soaking or pre-rinsing dishes. The dishwasher has a status light on the door to let you know it’s running. The sanitize option is a high-temperature rinse that sanitizes and reduces 99.999% of bacteria found on dishes. It is also Energy Star® qualified for efficiency and money savings.

Finally, the most convenient cooking appliance, the microwave. It goes right above the range, so when you are cooking the powerful vent sucks up what you don’t want floating around the kitchen. The brushed metal metallic handle and chrome trim around the window and controls are the definition of instant gratification. The microwave has time and weight defrost so frozen foods can thaw evenly with multiple defrost options. The two-speed 300-cfm venting system quickly removes smoke and steam from the cooktop. The turntable button controls turntable operation and you can add 30 seconds of microwave cooking time with a click of a button.

If you need one appliance or all of them, now is the time to buy. For great products and at great prices contact your local Feder’s Distributors. They come in white and in black, so you can choose which color fits in best with your or your tenants’ kitchen.

North Hollywood Showroom/Warehouse: 818-769-8000 or TOLL-FREE: 866-FEDERS-0
North Hollywood Warehouse: 818-982-3300
Santa Monica Showroom/Warehouse: 310-450-8585 or TOLL-FREE: 855-28-FEDER

 

Summer in the City

Now that summer is here, our newest location in Santa Monica is getting busy and for good reason. A couple of weeks ago the signs and logos went up on the building helping draw attention to an already growing customer base. There have already been multiple occasions when a  customer has come inside because they saw the signs on the building and showed interest in our products. And speaking of products, with the summer heat almost here it is a perfect time to buy air conditioners. Try out our line of GE’s finest air conditioners including the 8,000 and 10,000 BTU, both including slide-out chasses for easy cleaning.

So come as soon as you can to either our North Hollywood or Santa Monica location. With our signs up on our Santa Monica building we hope there is less customer confusion. As a reminder we are located in the old Carlson’s warehouse on the corner of Colorado and 7th St. So for all your air conditioning, refrigerator, oven and appliance needs.

North Hollywood Showroom/Warehouse: 818-769-8000 or TOLL-FREE: 866-FEDERS-0
North Hollywood Warehouse: 818-982-3300
Santa Monica Showroom/Warehouse: 310-450-8585 or TOLL-FREE: 855-28-FEDER

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Grand Opening Special!

Feder’s Distributors has opened its newest location in Santa Monica!  We are located at 700 Colorado Avenue (at 7th Street) in the former Carlsons Appliances warehouse.  To celebrate our Grand Opening, we are happy to offer our new customers FREE LOCAL DELIVERY on orders of $299 or more, now through March 29.  Call or visit us today to take advantage of this great offer!

Santa Monica Showroom/Warehouse:
700 Colorado Avenue (entrance on 7th Street)
Santa Monica, CA 90401
Phone: 310-450-8585
TOLL-FREE: 855-28-FEDER

What is a “Smart” Appliance?

“Appliances aren’t just big boxes sitting in the corner anymore.  The next appliance to go in your kitchen or laundry room may not get out of the house much, but it will at least talk to the outside world. The next generation of “smart” appliances will likely connect to your phone, negotiate rates with the power company, and even communicate with other appliances.”  Click here to check out this article about “smart” appliances and then call or visit Feder’s Distributors to order your new “smart” appliances today!!

We have two locations in North Hollywood and we are now open in Santa Monica in the former Carlsons Appliances warehouse!

North Hollywood Showroom/Warehouse: 818-769-8000 or TOLL-FREE: 866-FEDERS-0
North Hollywood Warehouse: 818-982-3300
Santa Monica Showroom/Warehouse: 310-450-8585 or TOLL-FREE: 855-28-FEDER

How About A $3,349.00 Stainless Steel KitchenAid Refrigerator For $1,380.00?

Save almost $2,000 on a brand-new Energy Star qualified side-by-side stainless steel refrigerator at Feder’s Outlet!

List Price for this KitchenAid refrigerator is $3,349.00.

Cutout Width: 36″, Height to top of cabinet: 71½”, Depth with door open at 90°: 45½”, Cutout depth: 24½”, Cutout height: 72 1/8″

Features: ExtendFresh™ Plus Temperature Management System ensures ingredients remain fresh for maximum taste and texture, AquaSense™ Base-Grille Filtration System – filtered by PuR® – reduces water impurities and saves storage space, Automatic ice maker ensures a constant supply of ice on hand at all times, Automatic ice maker ensures a constant supply of ice on hand at all times, The advanced electronic through-the-door ice & water dispenser with Quick-Fill provides fast, easy access,

Capacity: Refrigerator: 14.9 CuFt, Freezer: 9.6 CuFt, Total: 24.5 CuFt

Feder’s Outlet Price: $1,680.00 [Purchase now]

Save an additional $300.00 when you apply for the California Cash For Appliances rebate: $200.00 and Department of Water and Power rebate: $100.00 (Edison rebate is $50.00).

California Will Give You $50.00 For This!

Have an old washing machine like this one sitting around waiting to be picked up?  Planning on purchasing a new one for your home?

The Cash for Appliances program begins on April 22, 2010 (Earth Day) in California and would be a great time for you to get it done!

As a Platinum Partner with the program, Feder’s Distributors will be happy to pick up your old washing machine when we deliver your new one, haul it away and recycle it for you at no extra charge!  We’ll give you a receipt for proof of recycling, along with all the forms that need to be filled out so you can receive a $50 check from the state.

As you probably already know, California received $35.2 million to educate and give incentives to California consumers when they purchase brand-new energy star qualified washers, refrigerators, and room air conditioners.

If you plan to purchase any of these products, now would be the time to get a move on!

In addition to receiving $50.00 for your old washing machine, you can also earn $200.00 for your old refrigerator, and $50.00 for your old room air conditioner.  But not only that, you can still qualify for any additional manufacturer rebates as well as any additional utility company rebates!  Virtually making your new energy star qualified appliance close to free!

For example, when you turn in your old washing machine (like the one that’s more than 30 years old in the pictures above), and purchase a new one, you’ll receive a $50.00 check!

If you plan on purchasing a new energy star qualified refrigerator from Whirlpool, for example, you’ll not only receive $200.00 from the state just for turning your old refrigerator in, an additional $65.00 from your utility company (like DWP) and an additional $35.00 from DWP just for recycling your old refrigerator is also available.  Also, if Whirlpool has additional rebates for purchasing said energy star model, you’ll be eligible to receive that as well!

If you turn in your old room air conditioner, not only will you receive the $50 from California for the Cash for Appliances program, but you could also receive an additional $50 from your local utility company!

The best part? You’ll be helping keep your environment cleaner an use a much small percentage of energy than your old washer, refrigerator, or air conditioner!

We hope to see you on April 22, because the funds may run out soon (as they did in two days for many of the states who implemented the program months ago!).

Please contact us if you have any questions about this or any other program!

Don’t Buy A New Washing Machine, Refrigerator, Or Air Conditioner!

Don’t buy a new washing machine, refrigerator, or air conditioner in California until April 22nd (Earth Day)!

If your washing machine, refrigerator, or air conditioner has bit the dust, or is about to, you should wait to purchase a new one on April 22, 2010 through May 23, 2010.

As we’ve discussed here, here, and here, and tweeted about here, here, here, here, here, here, and here, The US government has set aside $300,000,000 for a rebate program similar to the Cash For Clunkers program last year called Cash For Appliances.

Details for the program in California have been sketchy until yesterday.  On its official website Cash4Appliances.org, it was announced that rebates will be available for Californians who purchase  a washer, refrigerator, or air conditioner between April 22, 2010 (Earth Day) through May 23, 2010, and recycle their old one through a certified recycler.  The rebate applicant must be a California residential consumer and must purchase an eligible appliance that meets the state’s efficiency requirements. The purchased appliance must replace an existing, working appliance.

Rebates are first-come, first-serve and will be processed as received until funds are depleted. Rebate applications must be postmarked by June 25, 2010.

Consumers who take advantage of this program can receive $200 back for a qualified refrigerator, $100 back for a qualified clothes washer, and $50 back for a qualified room air conditioner!

Customers will receive their rebates within four to six weeks if the rebate claim is complete. A complete claim contains the filled out and signed rebate claim form with appliance serial number, certificate of recycled appliance, a copy of utility bill (to verify California residential address), and a copy of the sales receipt.

Additionally, the California Cash For Appliances rebates can be combined with other manufacturer, retailer, or utility company rebates!  Like these.

Feder’s Outlet has several qualifying models in stock for pennies on the dollar like this and this, and Feder’s Distributors has most of the qualifying room air conditioners in-stock all the time for already the best prices in the country!

If you have any questions, please contact us: 818-769-8000 or visit the official program website: Cash4Appliances.org