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Used Appliances in the USA
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User Submitted Tips
- When I was in college I had no money, every penny I made from working at a local coffee shop went to rent and tuition. My roommates and I decided that we would try to pool our money and get a washing machine for our apartment that way we wouldn't spend countless hours at the laundry mat. A dryer was out of the question, no enough funds. We went to a used appliance store and found several good options; we finally settled on an old model that had an iron frame. It was so heavy it took 4 guys to get it into our apartment. That has been the best purchase and I still use it to this day, 12 years later.
- I have a cousin who owns a resale shop, mostly appliances like refrigerators, washers, dryers and dishwashers. I was surprised to hear how long people keep these before getting brand new ones, I guess if you have the money and want a "designer" washer that your business. He doesn't just accept any piece, though; he likes to inspect them before buying them off of his customers. He has a couple of his guys go check the appliance out and make sure that it works and then assess how much body damage there is. My cousin is very talented and can fix almost anything, so even if a piece doesn't work, after a couple of hours in his shop, it's running like a champ.
- New appliances eventually turn into used appliances. This market of used equipment is a real boom in many areas of the world. There is a certain decadence that takes place in the new appliance world that once exhausted trickles down into the world of used appliances. This world is a very nice one with many different and varied levels of appliances to offer at half the cost. This is the world I buy from and will continue through to the end. Why pay thousands when one can pay merely hundreds for the exact same item only used.
- If you are in the market for appliances and want to save a little money, try purchasing refurbished appliances. Refurbished appliances are sold at a fraction of the cost and are covered by the manufacturers warranty. They are appliances that have been repaired and are, in my opinion, as good as new. You can get small-refurbished appliances like coffee makers, toasters or microwaves. Or if you are looking for large appliances, you can also get refrigerators, stoves, dishwashers, and wine or beverage coolers. Before paying full price for a new appliance, check to see if you can find a refurbished one. You could really save some money!
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