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Concord Appliance Parts & Service Inc

Address: 810 Davidson Dr NW, Concord, North Carolina, 28025

Phone number: 704-786-4513

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Barbee Appliance Repair

Address: 956 Kannapolis Pkwy, Concord, North Carolina, 28027

Phone number: 704-788-3611

Culinary Depot
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Culinary Depot

Address: 2 Melnick Dr, Monsey, New York, 10952

Phone number: 888-845-8200

The company sells refrigerators, freezers, chilled display cases and more.

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Designer Appliances by Lemcke

Address: 104 W Lockwood Ave, Webster Groves, Missouri, 63119

Phone number: 314-968-7575

Designer Appliances carries the finest brands in kitchen appliances, clothes washers and dryers.

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Appliance Service Co Inc

Address: 1209 Mooresville Rd, Centerview, North Carolina, 28081

Phone number: 704-933-0111

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Asc Appliance Repair

Address: Providence Rd & Inde, Charlotte, North Carolina, 28202

Phone number: 704-364-5511

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Central Appliance Service

Address: Park Rd, Charlotte, North Carolina, 28202

Phone number: 704-332-7771

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Convenient Appliance Service Inc

Address: 4018 Country Club Rd, Peace Haven Estates, North Carolina, 27104

Phone number: 336-765-3730

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Century Appliance Service

Address: 19 Forga Plaza Loop, Hazelwood, North Carolina, 28786

Phone number: 828-456-9874

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Appliance Repairs & Refrigeration

Address: 1004 McLain Rd, Kannapolis, North Carolina, 28083

Phone number: 704-932-1860

User Submitted Tips

  • I replaced my kitchen appliances, and knew that I wanted to get stainless steel. My dad told me how to test to see if an appliance is truly stainless steel or if it just appears to be. He said if a magnet will stick to it, then it is not stainless steel. Magnets do not stick to stainless steel surfaces. So I got my magnet and headed straight to the appliance store. My first stop was the refrigerator department. I knew I wanted a stainless steel refrigerator, but couldn't decide if I wanted a side by side refrigerator or a traditional one with the freezer on top. After looking at several of them, I decided to go with a regular one. I feel like there is more room in the refrigerator section. I now have new refrigerator without the clutter of magnets and papers on the doors.
  • My refrigerator just fizzled out, and so I have been on a search for a new one. I could not make up my mind between a traditional refrigerator/ freezer or the French door refrigerator. So, I read some reviews online. I found that most people like the French door refrigerators best. I have never owned one, so I wasn't sure. Many people felt they were more convenient and they found it easier to display food. The biggest complaint was the size-some say they aren't quite as big as the traditional fridge. But, most French door refrigerators come with a built in filtered water system, which is a plus. So, I am going with the French door fridge.
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