Edmonton, AB -- (ReleaseWire) -- 08/04/2014 -- While some used appliances are good deals, there's really nothing like new ones. Like new items of any type, new appliances are the least likely to break down or otherwise cause aggravation. They'll last for years before they need any professional service at all. The only catch is that new appliances are often very expensive. There are a few ways to avoid the usual high cost while still getting appliances that are brand new, and by using these methods, people can get machines they otherwise could not afford.
"The easiest way to get a new machine for a fraction of its usual cost is to shop for scratch and dent appliances Edmonton," said Mike Gray of Appliances Edmonton. "These machines typically come from show homes. Show, or model, homes are usually displayed fully furnished and equipped so that potential buyers can easily see what these home styles will look like inside. In almost all cases, the appliances are never used. They may, however, collect a few scratches or even little dents thanks to the foot traffic going through the house."
Another source of scratch and dent appliances is standard appliance stores. Stores usually put one of each model out on the sales floor, and over time, these machines get a little shopworn. The stores will eventually sell these floor models to make room for new models or to show one that has fewer scratches. For someone who is willing to tolerate a less-than-perfect look, these sales present great opportunities to get new equipment at stunningly cheap prices.
Appliance manufacturers routinely stop making specific models and replace them with new ones, and this opens up another opportunity to get discounted appliances Edmonton. Stores will sell off the floor models for the obsolete ones, and if they have any new-in-box copies of those models, they may also put them on clearance to make room for the latest incoming models.
"For the person who wants a perfect appliance at a discount price, clearance sales offer the biggest chance of success," said Gray. "When models change, some stores will unload old units that are still in their original packaging. The only trade-off is that it'll usually be the prior year's model. With some companies, the differences between the model years are so tiny as to be unnoticeable to all but the most knowledgeable observer."
With all of these methods, there is no need to pay full price for appliances. By checking various stores and home developers, it's possible to find all sorts of deals. Another good way to find low-cost new appliances is to shop at a store that purchases and aggregates a large number of clearance appliances Edmonton.
About Appliances Edmonton
At Appliances Edmonton, clearance and scratch and dent appliances are aggregated into a single showroom. This makes it easy for customers to find plenty of deals in one stop. It also makes it easy for people to see the condition of each appliance before buying, so there are no surprises when the machines are delivered to the purchaser's home.