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GE Top Load Washers - What's Changing for 2019

Posted by Meredith Czymmek on Apr 15, 2019 9:00:00 AM

 

GE Appliances is one of the largest appliance brands in the US and was founded over 100 years ago. Their innovations include inventing the over-the-range microwave in 1978 and the first "smart" dishwasher that used sensors to gauge how dirty your dishes were in 1995. They may not be the first brand people think of when they need washers and dryers, but GE has a small but solid selection of top load and front load washers and dryers. 

If you're considering a new GE top load washing machine for 2019, you might be interested to know about GE's model revamp taking place this spring. There are two reasons why this knowledge is valuable: if you want to save money, you may be able to snatch the older model for a lower price; and if you want to avoid discontinued models to ensure you can easily find replacement parts or get the latest and greatest features, you may prefer the newer model. Let's dig into what GE is changing about its top load washer lineup!

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Topics: Washing Machines, GE Appliances

GE Kitchen Hub - Everything You Need to Know

Posted by Meredith Czymmek on Apr 12, 2019 3:40:00 PM

 

The internet-connected smart home has become a new target for innovation in the appliance industry. There's the Samsung Family Hub refrigerator, LG's Smart Thinq and Smart Grid, Whirlpool connected appliances, and now GE is stepping into the game with the GE Kitchen Hub, slated to launch in May 2019. GE reinvented the over-the-range area once before with the over-the-range microwave, and now they're at it again with the GE Kitchen Hub.

What is the GE Kitchen Hub, and how does it compare to other smart home "hub" technologies? Is it a good option for your home? We'll explore GE's innovation and tell you everything you need to know about this new feature!

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Topics: Smart Appliances, GE Appliances

The Double Oven Range - Features & Product Reviews

Posted by Jeff Allaire on Apr 7, 2019 8:30:00 AM

 

If you love to cook and often find yourself cooking multi-course meals that require cooking two or more dishes at the same time, double oven ranges should be on your shopping list (for more tips, check out our range buying guide). Double oven ranges allow you to cook two different dishes simultaneously at different temperature settings, or use just one oven for faster preheating than if you had to preheat a full-size oven cavity.

There are many different double oven ranges on the market today in both slide in and freestanding styles, so you'll have a great selection to choose from. Beyond just the exterior style, you can also choose from all major fuel types: electric, gas, induction, and dual fuel ranges. These ranges start at around $1,499 and premium models can be $4,000 or more.

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Topics: Ranges, GE Appliances, Samsung

Best Dishwasher for the Money - Whirlpool vs GE

Posted by Bob Allaire on Apr 6, 2019 11:30:00 AM

 

 

In this article, we'll compare two top-selling dishwasher models from well-known domestic brands to help you decide on the best dishwasher for the money. These two popular US manufacturers are true leaders in the appliance industry and both companies manufacture many of their products in America.

GE, based in Louisville, Kentucky, offers a wide variety of dishwasher models with advanced features that make your kitchen cleanup job easier. Whirlpool, based in Benton Harbor, Michigan, offers many innovative features and great cleaning results which will lighten your workload. Be sure to include these brands when shopping and consider the value of both. You might discover some unique features in either brand that you will like.  

The process of buying a dishwasher can be confusing. Hopefully this article will help you narrow your search! Let's take a closer look at two competing models in the $800-900 range to compare Whirlpool vs GE. 

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Topics: Dishwashers, GE Appliances, Whirlpool

GE Spacemaker Microwave - Options & Alternatives

Posted by Jeff Allaire on Mar 11, 2019 9:00:00 AM

 

Whatever happened to GE Spacemaker? GE made a bold move back in 1979 when they began offering the first over the range microwaves to the market. They may seem commonplace now, but back in the day, combining stovetop ventilation and microwaves together was a big deal!

If you have a GE Spacemaker microwave, you might be disappointed to discover that GE has discontinued the Spacemaker line. There is no longer a need to distinguish this type of microwave since over the range models have become so common, so it has been absorbed back into GE's main product lines. Spacemaker microwaves aren't particularly compact compared to typical over the range models - most over the range microwaves are about 30" wide (a few are 36" wide) and any over the range microwave should mount into the same spot as an older Spacemaker unit.

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Topics: Microwaves, GE Appliances

GE Appliances Rebates - Current Rebates for 2019

Posted by Bob Allaire on Feb 13, 2019 9:05:00 AM


GE Appliances has been producing awesome household appliance products in the US for over 100 years. The brand offers a full suite of appliances, including kitchen, laundry and air conditioning products. They produce several lines, including the popular GE Cafe and GE Profile series.  

If you are in the market for GE appliances, you want to get the best deal possible and take advantage of any promotions or rebates. When shopping for GE appliances, 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, GE Appliances

Black Matte Appliances from LG vs GE Black Slate

Posted by Jeff Allaire on Feb 11, 2019 10:00:00 AM

 

Matte paint finishes are a hot trend in the high-end car market and their appeal has driven appliance manufacturers to jump on the bandwagon as well. If you can get your Tesla with a black matte finish, why not your refrigerator? If you want to upgrade your kitchen with a new distinctive and rich look, the new black slate appliances by GE or the new black matte appliances from LG might be the perfect fit. Their eye-catching style will WOW your family and friends!

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Topics: Appliance Colors & Styling, LG, Black Slate, GE Appliances

GE Slate Appliances - 2019 Reviews, Photos, Prices

Posted by Jeff Allaire on Feb 8, 2019 11:00:00 AM

There are many new color options coming out in the appliance market, from black stainless to black slate and more. Consumer tastes seem to be changing and more and more consumers are looking for an alternative to "plain" stainless steel.  Stainless steel has dominated the high-end appliance market for almost 15 years but its share of the market is now declining.  With all of the new options now available, don't forget to include GE Slate appliances in your search.

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Topics: Appliance Colors & Styling, GE Appliances, Slate

GE Black Slate Appliances - 2019 Reviews

Posted by Bob Allaire on Feb 8, 2019 8:45:00 AM

 

If you want to upgrade your kitchen with a new distinctive and rich look for 2019, the new black slate appliances by GE might be the perfect fit. They can help create a look that will WOW your family and friends. With all the new colors that have come and gone, black stainless steel appears to be one of the strongest trends in over a decade.  It has the strongest commitment from the manufacturers including LG, KitchenAid, Samsung and Frigidaire and will probably give traditional stainless steel a run for its money.

GE's black slate is different and unique. It fits in with the trend away from traditional stainless steel toward black stainless steel but offers something unique. GE has been producing slate appliances for the past few years and is the only manufacturer offering this color.

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Topics: Appliance Colors & Styling, Black Slate, GE Appliances

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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