If you are planning a project or need a refrigerator now, the Yale Home Show is a great time to consider both. Our Yale Home Show is February 9th to the 18th.
For remodelers or new construction, we have refreshed both our Framingham and Boston stores with the newest appliances.
There will be 17 different chef demos, so you will know how to use the latest advances in steam, speed, and convection technologies.
The Yale Home Show also coincides with President's Day and other promotional holidays. It's one of the 5 best times to buy non-premium brand appliances along with Memorial Day, Labor Day, Veteran's Day, and especially, Black Friday.
You will see some great kitchen packages starting at $1,849 from Samsung, LG, Bosch, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air, and Fisher & Paykel. Click here for the Best Kitchen Packages to consider.
The following are what’s new in appliances.
What's New for 2019?
Thermador is all new. In fact, you will see products not released to any stores yet like their side swing professional oven doors.
Boston Showroom Thermador Kitchen
Side swing doors allow you to more easily access your food than traditional drop-down doors.
Thermador also introduced the largest steam oven on the market. Now, you can cook your holiday bird in a steam oven, unlike any other product.
Samsung has their new Chef collection in Matte Steel.
Fisher & Paykel
Fisher & Paykel has brand new appliances with considerable investment from their parent company, Haier.
The trend in condo living is small kitchens and bigger living spaces, so we built a display the best small appliances from Bosch, Wolf, and Gaggenau.
Half our display in Dorchester is new (again).
Yale Framingham Showroom
Almost half of the Framingham showroom has new displays.
Sub-Zero and Wolf
Sub-Zero and Wolf is displayed so you can see the different traditional, transitional, and contemporary collections.
Miele Experience Center
This space is dedicated to showing the different Miele products like steam, ventilation and MasterChef cooking. Like the Sub-Zero/Wolf display, most of the display is live, so you can see the products working.
You can see different installation types like flush mounting cooktops and wall ovens to your panel options for refrigeration.
In the future, you will be able to tell your wall oven you want lasagna. The oven will set the right time and temperature, then scan the refrigerator for the right items and then program the right cycle on your dishwasher.
We are not there yet. However, Miele and Bosch have some interesting smart features worth considering.
Jenn-Air Integrated Column Refrigerators
Jenn-Air's new column refrigeration has three different temperature zones and can be controlled by your phone.
Both stores now have totally different sink and faucet displays. You can now see probably 10 different finishes from Olde Bronze, Antique Bronze, Black to Polished Brass.
Want to see a concrete sink? You can see that in both stores.
Our laundry has completely changed since last year. New tariffs and limited availability for particular brands have changed the industry.
The Home Show is a great time to look at your options, see the products working, and ask questions. There are a ton of brands offering very different products. You will see all of them, get the features you want, and improve the look of your home.
President's Day is also a great time to consider a purchase (Memorial Day would be the next time) with many brands offering rebates.
Either way, you will enjoy shopping on President's Day.
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