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Frigidaire Induction Range Review with Features and Prices

Posted by Todd Buehler on May 28, 2021 9:00 AM 

 

Induction ranges are interesting and different. These ranges are increasing in popularity, and many consumers are seeking to learn more about them. If you are researching new ranges and considering an induction range, especially if you're looking for American-built quality, Frigidaire induction ranges should definitely be on your list. For over 85 years, Frigidaire has been manufacturing products across North America. They currently offer incredibly affordable induction ranges starting at $1,299, which we'll review below. This is over $1,000 cheaper than most other brands' induction offerings!

For more about the benefits and drawbacks of induction cooking, read our article, What is Induction Cooking? - Is it right for your kitchen? 

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10,000 BTU Window Air Conditioner - 4 Top Models

Posted by Jeff Allaire on May 7, 2021 8:00 AM 

 

It's a relief to exchange snow tires for regular tires, boots for sandals, and sweaters for short sleeves, isn't it? And yet... sometimes, no matter how much we appreciate summer, there are a few downsides. If you have a large space to cool down, a 10,000 BTU window air conditioner is a great way to do it. These powerful ACs can handle 350-450 square feet, and many options are still 115/120 volt rather than requiring a 220-volt setup.

We've chosen four popular models from great brands to help you decide. Choosing an air conditioner from an established brand helps ensure that you get a solid warranty and that the unit gives you many seasons of performance.

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Frigidaire Appliance Rebates - Current Rebates for 2021

Posted by Bob Allaire on May 5, 2021 8:15 AM 

 

Frigidaire, now a division of Electrolux, is a major appliance manufacturer founded in the US in 1918. They are a pioneer in the industry and claim to have produced both the first self-contained electric refrigerator and the first room air conditioner. Today, as a subsidiary of Electrolux, they produce a full line of household appliances and air conditioning products. 

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6,000 BTU Air Conditioners - 3 Top Models

Posted by Jeff Allaire on Mar 29, 2021 9:30 AM 

 

After winter frosts and snows melt into spring slush, we welcome the heat of summer... to a point. A 6,000 BTU air conditioner is the perfect size for a bedroom, small play room, or home office, and will generally suit small rooms up to 250 square feet (read more about air conditioner sizes here). Although there are lots of cheap air conditioners out there that tend to pop up in stores around the summer months, choosing an AC unit from an established brand can ensure that you end up with a model that is quieter, energy efficient, and more reliable. 

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Frigidaire Black Stainless Steel Appliances - 2021 Reviews

Posted by Bob Allaire on Mar 16, 2021 8:00 AM 

 

If you want to upgrade your kitchen with a new distinctive and rich look, the new black stainless steel appliances offered by Frigidaire and other appliance manufacturers might fit in well with your plans. They can help create a look that will WOW your family and friends.

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Window Air Conditioner Reviews - Frigidaire vs Friedrich 8,000 BTU Models

Posted by Bob Allaire on Dec 29, 2021 9:15 AM 

 

If you are searching for a new window AC unit, you should know that not all air conditioners are created equally. Window air conditioners have become a commodity in the appliance industry and are manufactured under many brand names. These branded air conditioners are available for purchase anywhere from the drugstore to the supermarket, with brand names that you either have never heard of or associate with some other product or industry. These brands usually have no service or parts support after the sale and are made to sell at a lower price with lower end features and quality.

However, there are alternatives to these "disposable" air conditioners: brands like Friedrich and Frigidaire. In our window air conditioner review below we will focus on these two great brands.

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8,000 BTU Air Conditioners - 3 Top Models

Posted by Jeff Allaire on Dec 29, 2021 9:00 AM 

 

Ah, summer: popsicles, cold drinks, sunscreen... But when hot, muggy days turn into hot, muggy nights, it can be hard to enjoy the heat! Window air conditioners are perfect for those of us who live in temperate climates since they can be stored away when the chill of winter creeps back in. 

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Casement Window Air Conditioners - Reviews & What to Look For

Posted by Jeff Allaire on Dec 7, 2020 11:45 AM 

 

Crank out windows can be a bummer when the summer heat hits. Also referred to as "slider" windows and "casement" windows, the common window air conditioner won't work here. Typical window air conditioners are wider than they are tall, and they won't fit into a casement window. And unfortunately you can't just tip a normal AC unit on its side for use in a narrower window. 

Dealing with crank out windows can definitely be a hassle. Even if a typical window air conditioner will fit into a slider window gap, you'll need to DIY a support system to keep it in place - and there are plenty of DIY projects online of people doing this!

There are a limited number of casement air conditioners available, so you'll have to compare the cost (both the upfront cost as well as the time and energy of installing it) against using a portable air conditioner instead! (For more information on ACs, check out our air conditioner buying guide.)

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GE vs Frigidaire Electric Range Reviews - Models Under $900

Posted by Bob Allaire on Nov 10, 2020 9:00 AM 

 

Electric ranges have changed dramatically in recent years, offering new time saving and cooking performance enhancing features that make life easier and better for the cook in the family. GE and Frigidaire are on the cutting edge of the industry, developing many new features of their own. Frigidaire and GE have been manufacturing and selling appliances in the United States for over 75 years and have always held a strong percentage of market share. They are two of the best known names in the industry and have a reputation for quality and value in appliances. Their ranges offer great feature packages at very competitive pricing. 

We'll compare two of their most popular smoothtop models available at around the same price point of $799 MSRP to help you decide which brand might offer the best value for your needs. These ranges can go on sale for 10-30% off throughout the year during holiday sale periods.

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Freestanding Gas Range Reviews - Frigidaire vs GE

Posted by Bob Allaire on Nov 9, 2020 9:00 AM 

 

Frigidaire and GE are two of the best recognized gas range brands in the appliance industry. Both companies offer well-made, dependable products in both gas and electric ranges. Their gas ranges are loaded with new features and technology that will help make cooking easier and more fun. Whether you're looking for a slide-in gas range or a free standing gas range (compare slide in vs freestanding ranges here), Frigidaire and GE offer every size and style in gas ranges with a variety of feature packages for you to choose from. Be sure to look at these two brands when you go shopping for your new appliances.

Let's take a look at two of their top selling freestanding range models for comparison. Both of these two models regularly go on sale for under $800.

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