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Friedrich AC vs Frigidaire - Which Should You Choose?

Posted by Todd Buehler on Aug 22, 2019 9:00:00 AM

 

Summers in New England can be sweltering at times, with high humidity levels and record-breaking temperatures. Many of us choose to cool things down with a window air conditioner, but which model should you choose? It's easy to find no-name brands in any store, from the pharmacy to the supermarket. However, if you want your air conditioner to last, we recommend going for a known brand like Friedrich or Frigidaire.

In general, when it comes to window air conditioners you should consider a lower BTU model for dens, offices, and bedrooms since they are quieter while in operation. When it comes to window installations, there is a wide range of physical sizing from 23" to 42" wide, which includes the supplied accordion or side filler panels.

Friedrich AC models are known for being quiet, and they also offer slide out chassis air conditioners that can be window or wall mounted. The frame or cabinet can be installed separately, and then you can lift the 60 pound air conditioner into that frame rather than trying to hold it in place while you work! Frigidaire is widely sold and starts at a lower price point than Friedrich. Both brands have some great options available!

In this article, we'll go over what you can expect from Friedrich AC in terms of features and pricing for different types of air conditioners, and compare that to what Frigidaire has to offer. Let's dig in!

 

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Topics: Air Conditioners, Frigidaire, friedrich

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

Posted by Bob Allaire on Aug 9, 2019 2:00:00 PM

 

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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Topics: Air Conditioners, Frigidaire, friedrich

Whirlpool vs Frigidaire Over the Range Microwave Reviews

Posted by Todd Buehler on Jul 30, 2019 10:00:00 AM

 

Most of us rely on microwave ovens to quickly reheat and cook foods and beverages throughout our busy day. Whether we're cooking full meals or simply reheating our coffee, we depend on their quick response! If you're looking for a new over the range microwave, Frigidaire and Whirlpool offer nicely featured basic models at reasonable prices. 

Let's take a look at microwave reviews for two top sellers from these famous manufacturers retailing at under $400! (For more info on choosing a new microwave, check out our microwave buying guide!)

 

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Topics: Microwaves, Frigidaire, Whirlpool

Frigidaire Top Load Washer and Dryer Reviews, Features, & Prices

Posted by Todd Buehler on Jul 28, 2019 11:00:00 AM

 

 

In today’s changing laundry industry, you may be wondering where to turn for good-quality, dependable and reasonably priced products. One option to consider is Frigidaire's popular top load washer and matching dryer. 

Frigidaire is a trusted manufacturer of home appliances and they’ve been popular in the US for decades. They have been absent from the top load market in previous years but have returned with a new washer and dryer pair, although they have yet to offer a front load washer. They also offer laundry centers if you're looking for a stacked design with a top load washer. Let's take a closer look at their top load washer and dryer offering. 

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Topics: Washing Machines, Dryers, Frigidaire

GE vs Frigidaire Electric Range Reviews

Posted by Bob Allaire on Jun 23, 2019 12:20:00 PM

 

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 to help you decide which brand might offer the best value for your needs.

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Topics: Ranges, Frigidaire, GE Appliances

Best Side by Side Refrigerators - LG vs Frigidaire (Reviews, Features, Prices)

Posted by Jeff Allaire on Jun 10, 2019 8:00:00 AM

 

The refrigerator is a crucial home appliance that may only be replaced every 8 to 10 years, so finding the ideal fit that will stand up to the tests of time is important when you're shopping for a new one! One interesting refrigerator style is the side by side refrigerator, known for being spacious and easy to use without bending over to access fresh or frozen items. 

Two of the best side by side refrigerator models you should consider are the LG LSXS26366S and the Frigidaire FFSS2615TS. Take a look at our review below to learn more, and check out our list of the best side by side refrigerators of the year for more products to compare!

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Topics: Refrigerators, Frigidaire, LG, Side by Side Refrigerators

Frigidaire Appliance Rebates - Current Rebates for 2019

Posted by Bob Allaire on Feb 13, 2019 10:20:00 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. 

If you're in the market for Frigidaire appliances, you want to get the best deal possible and take advantage of any promotions or rebates. Frigidaire appliance rebates can be a great way to save! While rebates aren't always available, there are more opportunities than you may think. We keep a running list of current offers and have compiled them here just for you.

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Topics: Rebates, Frigidaire

Frigidaire Black Stainless Steel Appliances - 2019 Reviews

Posted by Bob Allaire on Feb 8, 2019 8:00:00 AM

If you want to upgrade your kitchen with a new distinctive and rich look, the new Black Stainless Steel appliances that are offered by Frigidaire and a few other appliance manufacturers might fit in well with your plans. They can help create a look that will WOW your family and friends. With all the new colors that have come and gone in the appliance industry, black stainless steel has the strongest commitment from the manufacturers and will probably give traditional stainless steel a run for its money in the future. It is also offered by KitchenAid, LG, Samsung, GE, Whirlpool and Bosch. The colors are slightly different from one brand to the next, as is the manufacturing process.

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Topics: Appliance Colors & Styling, Black Stainless Steel, Frigidaire

Frigidaire Induction Range Reviews with Features and Prices

Posted by Todd Buehler on Jan 24, 2019 9:00:00 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, you should check out the Frigidaire induction range options.  If you are looking for American-built quality, Frigidaire should definitely be on your list. 

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

For over 85 years, Frigidaire has been manufacturing products across North America. From coil elements to radiant glass to the newest induction glass top, Frigidaire has planted firm roots in our lives and kitchens. They currently offer two incredibly affordable induction ranges starting at $999, which we'll review below.

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Topics: Ranges, Frigidaire

Electric Clothes Dryer Reviews - GE vs Frigidaire

Posted by Todd Buehler on Jan 23, 2019 8:00:00 AM

 

Older electric dryers are just one of the many household products in your home that may be serious energy hogs. As they age, dryers lose sufficient fresh air intake as well as heat and moisture discharge capabilities due to a number of factors, such as worn or broken blower wheels, worn or dry-rotted drum seals, stretched belts, or slow motor rotation and aging thermostats. And, of course, keep in mind that all dryers accumulate lint within their components throughout their lifetime.

If you’re finding your current dryer either gobbles electricity or needs multiple runs to properly dry your laundry, then wait no longer … it's time to replace it. New dryers have more efficient motors and blowers, fresh drum seals and better thermostats and moisture sensors, allowing them to finish the job quicker, which means less run time and thus lower operating costs.

When you begin your dryer research, consider the brands GE and Frigidaire. Both GE and Frigidaire have been in the laundry business for as long as we can remember for good reason: quality products! We've put together these electric clothes dryer reviews of two of their top budget-priced models to help you make an informed decision.

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Topics: Dryers, Frigidaire, GE Appliances

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