Published at Friday, May 18th 2018. by Comforte Tremblay in Appliances.
Appliances are an integral part of your kitchen. And you would be surprised to know that kitchen appliances sum up to about nine percent of your total kitchen budget. What's more surprising is that this percentage is considered very low taking into account the advancements made in technology which render a high level of energy efficiency to all the appliances used these days. But a common man like you and me is more worried about the looks of these appliances and whether they add a dash of sparkle to your kitchen or not.
When it comes to outfitting a kitchen people tend to think about all of the larger things; while they think about the larger appliances (such as the fridge and oven) and the other large objects in the kitchen (such as the counter tops and the cabinetry). The small appliances in the kitchen are often as important as the other appliances. They are used more often than the large appliances and make up the look of the counters and other various areas.
Everything started with automatic gas cookers as these were the first kitchen appliances designed and released onto the local market by the Smeg company. Given the fact that these practical appliances were very user-friendly easy to use and feature-rich at the same time they quickly become very popular and this certainly added to the company's visibility and brand. Slowly but surely Smeg has started to "expand its horizons" and it no longer limited itself to making cookers and cooking appliances - this is how the company created its first dishwasher and laundry lines both of which were very popular back in the 1960s and 1970s.
Choosing kitchen appliances can be a little overwhelming. There are both large appliances and there are also small ones. So it is necessary to plan your kitchen first before making any purchases so as to avoid going over the top. This will also prevent your kitchen from being cluttered with appliances that you might not even use at all. In that way you can also avoid wasting money buying things that you don't need.
Using environmentally friendly cleaning products recycling and using biodegradable bin liners are just a few ways families are going green in the kitchen. However one of the most important and significant changes many households are making is buying and using energy efficient kitchen appliances. For many families the kitchen is the room in the house where the most energy is consumed. Refrigerators cookers ovens dishwashers and other kitchen appliances can account for nearly 40% of the total energy consumed in some homes. Buying energy efficient appliances and changing the way kitchen appliances are used on a daily basis can easily make the kitchen a greener place.
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