There’s nothing more exciting than moving to a new house or apartment. Why not look for a few fabulous appliances to complete your move? The right tools will save time, money, and make your new house feel like a home. Thankfully, with Appliance Reviewer this is easier – and much more affordable – than you think!
But first, some careful planning. No matter what you decide to buy, you need to think ahead about what you want and need for your new home.
What would make each day even more enjoyable, from simple timesavers to everyday luxuries? Go through your daily routine and think about each room. Make a list of what is already there, and what will you need to replace. Measure how much space is available for larger appliances. And most important — what budget do you have available? On your list, rank which items to buy first, and for which ones you can wait for the best deal.
Still looking for ideas? Here are some ideas and recommendations on appliances to suit a new home, a new lifestyle, a new you!
The Kitchen – The Heart of your Home
Kitchen appliances are often the most essential in our homes and where we spend the bulk of our time. A good place to start!
Your new space likely comes with all the major appliances: fridge, freezer, dishwasher, oven, and microwave. But they may be old or not in the best shape. Upgrading to newer models with all the latest features will make cooking at home a delight. While these seem like a splurge to replace, don’t fret! Research the best deals, rank your greatest needs within your budget, and look for seasonal sales and promotions. With some careful planning, you can build the kitchen of your dreams.
Looking for other ways to spice up your kitchen? Smaller appliances may make all the difference! A new coffee machine, kettle or juicer will spark joy in waking up in your new home and cut down on buying your daily fix on your way to work. Want to cut down on cooking time, eat healthier and save money on takeaway? Slow cookers, steamer/cookers, health grills, bread makers and food processors are easy – and affordable – solutions.
Living, Lounging and Entertaining
Next to the kitchen, designing your new living space may be your priority. Upgrading your TV to suit your new living room (or bedroom) could be an affordable way to make a big splash. ‘Smart’ options are budget-friendlier than ever, and include a built-in range of streaming, music and gaming systems that will take your leisure time and entertaining to the next level. Look at buying guides to get inspired, learn about new features and weigh your options out there so you can find the best deal.
Want to add even more oomph? Add a surround-sound speaker system. This will give you the best sound imaginable will make nights at home even more of a thrill. Enhance with an affordable smart home device, and you will be able to stream to other rooms of your house as well!
Of course, you will want to keep your new home as sparkling clean as the day you moved in. Your space may already come with a washer and/or dryer. But a new energy saving appliance will run more efficiently and save you money on utility bills. Remember that a new large appliance will last between five to ten years, so those extra savings will add up. As with all large appliances – don’t forget to measure your space and take note of all the dimensions before buying. This will help prevent any complications or exchanges upon delivery!
What will your cooling and heating needs be in your new home? You may want to add a new space heater for cold corners or upgrade the air conditioning unit for hot summers.
Thinking smaller? New appliances will help you keep your house looking fresh, clean and allergen-and-dust-free. The right vacuum or power mop is a must for any home. Or, try one of the new portable air purifiers to increase your enjoyment of living in your new space.
With your health in mind, don’t forget the kitchen! Adding a water purifier to your faucet is an affordable fix. Filtered water will make your home-cooked dishes taste even that much better. Plus, it’s cheaper and eco-friendlier than buying bottled water throughout the year. A win-win for your health and budget!