There isn’t much that sets aside one standard kitchen appliance from another. After all, refrigerators store your food and stoves cook it (with a little help). Microwaves
nuke cook your food faster and dishwashers clean up the mess. All of them cost you money to buy and money to maintain and none of the will otherwise save your household any money in the long run whatsoever.
When it comes to refrigerators the prices range from $400 to $10,000 while the biggest differences are limited to capacity and appearances. Consumer reports reflect that most people purchase an appliance based upon how big it is (capacity) and how it looks in the kitchen while very few focus on the energy saving benefits.
Since most newer appliances are energy efficient by design these days, if you’ve seen one you’ve seen-them-all when it comes to cost to operate. While it’s nice to be mindful…
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