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Old 10-17-2008, 04:11 PM   #11
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If patti is building a fancy home then it needs top end appliances to go with it. I dont think she is thinking one stove cooks better than another.


If i remember correctly the sub zero refer is built into the house and some have the compressor located in a basement or garage.

Some of my customers in massapequa park LINY had refers that looked like part of the wall.

Very impressive stuff.

If you can afford it go for it and enjoy.


My afterthought is to get a garland stainless 6 burner range with dual ovens--You cant get too much more pro than that.


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Old 10-17-2008, 04:22 PM   #12
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If i remember correctly the sub zero refer is built into the house and some have the compressor located in a basement or garage.

Some of my customers in massapequa park LINY had refers that looked like part of the wall.

Very impressive stuff.
There is a down side to that though. My parents re-did their kitchen about 15-20 years ago. They got a sub Zero fridge that was built into the wall. It is a beautiful fridge and I love how it is long buy somewhat shallow so you have a ton of space for food and nothing gets lost in the back.

The downside is that they have had problems with the fridge and the parts are extremely expensive. Some of the parts cost as much as a brand new regular fridge. Because the Sub Zero is built into the wall it can not just be replaced with a regular fridge. A reg fridge would just not fit in that space. So now they are locked into replacing it with another Sub Zero when the time comes or doing a substantial redesign of part of their kitchen.
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There is a down side to that though. My parents re-did their kitchen about 15-20 years ago. They got a sub Zero fridge that was built into the wall. It is a beautiful fridge and I love how it is long buy somewhat shallow so you have a ton of space for food and nothing gets lost in the back.

The downside is that they have had problems with the fridge and the parts are extremely expensive. Some of the parts cost as much as a brand new regular fridge. Because the Sub Zero is built into the wall it can not just be replaced with a regular fridge. A reg fridge would just not fit in that space. So now they are locked into replacing it with another Sub Zero when the time comes or doing a substantial redesign of part of their kitchen.
When you buy a sub Zero you are not worried about $$$$
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Old 10-17-2008, 04:50 PM   #14
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When you buy a sub Zero you are not worried about $$$$
Sorry, but that is just not true at all.
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