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New Appliances To Concider Upgrading To

by Zack Gilbert

If you are going to be remodeling your home, then part of that remodel will more than likely include updates to all of your appliances. If it has been a while since you have purchased new appliances, then you may find yourself surprised and maybe even a little overwhelmed by the cutting-edge technology you will see while you are out shopping for new appliances. If you are ready to get out there and start looking at new appliances, here are some of the new appliances with fascinating technology that you are going to want to keep an eye out for.

Hidden dishwashers – Hidden dishwashers work much like the hidden microwaves in that they are installed to blend into the rest of your cabinetry. The dishwasher will look like it is another cupboard in your kitchen until you need to use it and pull the drawer open. The dishwasher works just like any other; only it isn't as obvious as they are. Your kitchen will appear to have much more cabinetry than the average kitchen, making it the envy of your friends.

Lifting ovens – A lifting oven is one that has a cavity which drops downward for you to set your food in place. In theory, it works much like an elevator. It's different because most ovens you pull a door open then place your food inside and shut the door. The door often gets in the way, especially when you are struggling with something bulky and heavy, like a turkey. With a lifting oven, you will place your pan on the tray after lowering it and push a button. When you push the button, the tray will lift back up, and your food will be cooked. Not only are these ovens handy for everyone, but they can be especially helpful for elderly people or anyone with arm weakness or other mobility issues.

Smart dishwashers – Whether you decide to go with a hidden dishwasher or a regular dishwasher, you may want to go with a smart dishwasher. A smart dishwasher is one that can connect to your home's Wi-Fi connection allowing it to be integrated into your smart home. You will be able to use your smartphone to check the cycle status, start the dishwasher, lock or unlock the door from your smart device, be given alerts when the detergent is running low, or when the wash cycle is finished. 

Having a smart dishwasher can also let you know when there may be a problem with the dishwasher itself, so you know to have a repair person come out to look at the dishwasher. A smart dishwasher can also detect the number of dishes and grime on the dishes, so it can adjust its own washing performance to meet the needs of the load that is currently in it.

Contact a company like Hudson Appliance Center today for more information and assistance.