Do you want to prepare your home cooked meals up to 8 times faster than a conventional oven while locking in moisture for juicy flavor? Sounds too good to be true, right? Well according to geappliances.com, with a GE Advantium 240 oven you can cook a 5-lb. roaster chicken in 33 minutes and still produce the oven-quality taste with the texture you expect!
Mountain High Appliance is hosting a Live Product Demostration on Saturday, January 28, 2012 from 11am-2pm in our beautiful full-service kitchen. The experience for this week will feature the amazing GE Advantium ovens. This is the ultimate time to get that “try before you buy” experience, and no RSVP is required, so come join us!
Our Louisville/Denver Showroom is located at 1130 Pine Street, Louisville, CO 80027. Call us at 877.668.6844.
Our customers report that new appliances make such a wonderful difference in their homes. They are happy to be saving money on more energy efficient Energy Star appliances, love the fact that their new oven heats up to the actual temperature showing on the digital screen, and best of all – they love the look of the kitchen with new appliances.
What would you do if your dishwasher or oven malfunctioned? I’ve heard stories of people with broken appliances that had stacks of dirty dishes; wet clothes strung across the living room and back yard grills going to compensate for their broken oven. Have you had friends or family members who have had their appliances go on the blink? It’s not pretty! That’s another reason our customers report that new appliances make such a difference!
The positive purchase and delivery experience with Mountain High Appliance leaves a lasting good impression with our customers as well. If you would like to join the crowd of satisfied customers talking about how new appliances make such a difference, visit our Louisville/Denver Showroom at 1130 Pine Street, Louisville, CO 80027, or call us at 877.668.6844.
Thermador Steam Oven
Mountain High Appliance recently came across “2012 Trends Post: Appliances” a special guest post on the Gold Notes blog . The author asks a very important question in the beginning of the post – “An appliance should last 10 to 20 years, so why do trends matter in this category?” Well the best answer for that is because you want appliances that will stand the test of time in the areas of style, energy efficiency and performance.
For 2012, technology is going to be a big focus for appliances. So here is the list of kitchen appliance trends for 2012 that were mentioned:
Not only is an induction cooker faster and more energy-efficient than a traditional electric stove, it also provides you with instant control of the temperature level.
Intuitive Touch Screen Interfaces
Love your touch screen smart phone? Now you can have the same functionality in the kitchen with touch screen interfaces on dishwashers, refrigerators, ranges, ovens and more.
High Tech Design
Appliance manufacturers are creating appliance designs that are more streamlined in order to catch the eye of the consumer.
“Cooking with steam is a fast, easy way to seal in nutrients and flavors.” Steam ovens also lessen the chance of overcooking or drying out the food.
Are you looking for new kitchen appliances that will last, save energy and perform well in 2012 and beyond? Stop by Mountain High Appliance in Louisville, CO and let us help you find the right appliances for your home.
Let’s face it, the microwave can be a lifesaver, especially in today’s on-the-go society. As much as we wish we could always make a bonafide fresh meal from scratch every day, a lot of times, it is just impossible. Another thing that can be near impossible is finding a place for your new microwave in the kitchen. Believe it or not, the microwave can be a very hard appliance to place sometimes.
Before you shop you should determine how much microwave you need by figuring out size and function, and don’t forget about depth!
Here are 3 great microwave locations featured on Houzz.com that will help you think harder and smarter about microwave placement in your kitchen.
1. In front or beside the island
Reason: Out in the open and close to the island for quickly putting down hot items. Also convenient to the refrigerator.
2. Set back from the countertop
Reason: Easy access for the kids who want to warm up a snack while sitting down to do homework at the counter.
3. In the middle of the Central Command
Reason: Creates an aesthetic continuity and puts the microwave right in the middle at Central Command.
For more great microwave locations, visit Houzz.com. Need a brand new microwave for your kitchen? Visit Mountain High Appliance in Louisville, CO and check out our selection.