Kitchen Appliances

The history of Bosch appliances extends all the way back to 1886 with the German engineer, Robert Bosch. At the turn of the century, they began to spread across the world with its first US subsidiary established in 1906. Naturally, the first Bosch appliances have little resemblance of their modern stock, but the name has endured as a sign of the original individual and the company’s commitment to integrity and innovation. Bosch appliances are now available in over 100 countries around the world.

Bosch Appliances

Bosch appliances run the full gamut of home appliances from washers, dryers, and dishwashers to microwaves, ovens, and ranges; from refrigeration and ventilation to vacuums and other small appliances. While some products standout more from the competition than others, each is designed and built with an eye toward energy conservation, convenience, and durability. Of all their appliances, they are best known for their dishwashers. Since 2001, Bosch dishwashers have been ranked as the #1 or #2 dishwasher in leading consumer magazines.

Green Construction: Water and Energy Conservation

Bosch is dedicated to unparalleled water and energy conservation both with their innovative products and their business practices. They have formed key partnerships with other companies to help promote sustainable building and design. Here are some of the ways in which their products help keep our environment clean and sustainable.

Bosch Dishwashers: Bosch dishwashers exceed federal energy standards by up to 48%. Besides a topnotch general design, they also include features that automatically detect the size, type, and soil level of dishes in a particular load to save you water, energy, and money. Many models also include a top shelf only wash cycle. On top of being water and energy-efficient, they are also among the quietest and safest available.

Bosch Refrigerators: Among the most efficient on the market, Bosch refrigerators offer such features as external temperature control, allowing you to adjust the temperature of your refrigerator without opening the door and a signaling device to let you know that the door has been left ajar.

Bosch Washers: Bosch washers are the most water and energy-efficient available , saving 76% of the water and 72% of the energy used by conventional washers. Sensors can detect load sizes that customize water level and temperature throughout the entire wash process while caring for all your laundry fabrics. The spin speed is double that of conventional washers which leads to reduced drying times.

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Installing Your Appliances

Of course, once you’ve chosen and purchased your appliance, you’re going to need to get it installed. Naturally, smaller appliances require little expertise or manpower, but full-size refrigerators, washer and dryers, dishwashers, and ovens may be beyond your ability to install. If this is the case, it’s probably time to call in someone to set up your new home appliance. We can match you with a local pro in your area to do just this. If you are going to hire a handyman, now is a good time to make a list of small home improvements that you’d like to have done. Bundling services can save you quite a bit of money in many instances. Be sure to say what you’d like to have completed in your home before the pro shows up to minimize the cost of labor.


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