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New Cooker in Cumbria

New Cooker in Cumbria? Advice by Genesis Home Appliances

If you are looking for are cooker in Cumbria then let Genesis Home Appliances offer you advice on choosing the right one for you. Genesis Home Appliances have the largest selection of new cookers in Cumbria on display in store at Whitehaven and Workington. Visit us in store or buy online at genesishomeappliances.co.uk

New cooker Cumbria

Thinking Of Replacing Your Cooker?

We all fear the feared cooking session when we prepare food at home, so why don’t we consider the update to a superior, more substantial plus much more effective oven? We have seen of great assistance, as the larger size alone would help with day -to- day cooking so we should definitely see this as a possible option inside our kitchen space.
Purchasing a new cooker would also mean you would be getting the latest technology, perhaps a hybrid cooker that uses each gas and electric to create a great appliance than can be the best of both worlds, or even a new sleek cooker with modern aesthetics that changes the feel of your kitchen.

The main benefit of upgrading your oven is the fact you are able to upgrade your all round storage capability that is a breath of fresh air for many people, as we have all had the moment where the oven pan is just too big, or when the roast turkey needs to be forced inside. Upgrading means you can find out the storage capacity of your old cooker, and get a size that can comfortably accommodate your cooking needs if it’s required.
A related benefit that an upgraded cooker will bring is also a larger or even more effective hob setup based on what product you opt for. A larger appliance is undoubtedly going to use more energy than a smaller one, but you’d be surprised on how effective modern day ovens are compared to a cooker a decade old, as new fuel technology with induction fans creates a really low power appliance that had increase performance over the cookers of previous years.
Getting the combination of the two fuels provides the greatest advantages from both kinds of appliances, having the fast response, with a visible flame you can control in the gas hobs, with a oven which is more suited for most, if not all types of baking. Additionally you manage a cleaner appliance with an electric oven, as there is no psychical flames that can create a layer of carbon build up on your gas cookers, which can be the most difficult aspect to clean up.
You may be thinking that because this one appliance uses two fuel sources, then you would have to pay extortionate prices to maintain running this appliance on a regular basis but you might be pleasingly mistaken, as most twin fuel cookers are rated A’s or B’s with there energy efficiency rating by the European Union Energy Label system, giving them a rating no worse than any standard oven, gas or electric. From a customer standpoint, there is actually no viable cause for concern as the two appliances use as much power as any regular cooker, meaning you don’t have to spend anymore through electrical energy and gas monthly bills, and your not leaving a larger carbon dioxide impact if anything.

It’s this addition of new technologies that provides us an excellent incorporation of the latest capabilities that will assist our uses, as most additional features are very useful in day -to- day life.

The very first thing you need to decide on if you do consider purchasing a new cooker is whether or not you’ll need a freestanding If free standing then it would be ideal to create space for the new appliance.

Knowing your requirements of which type of cooker to consider( built -in or freestanding ), you can begin to look at the different types of ovens which have the best- suited features to use.

An Additional aspect you might want to consider is fuel type, because this can affect your regular costs when it comes to paying the bills. There is a lot of knowledge out on the internet on what fuel( gas powered or electric ) would profit your usage amounts, as an electric cooker which is going into a student property would be more advantageous, as nobody needs the benefits a gas oven can bring when baking. Choose your height of use and which type would suit you, as each kind may bring different positives and negatives.
Another factor you might like to consider is maintenance and maintenance, as if you are buying a cheaper model, the amount repairs cost may come back to hurt you in the future. If you are going for a “no-name” manufacturer, make certain folks have confidently used these models before through customer reviews, if producers or sellers provide warrantee you’ll be able to manage to worry less about this aspect yet it’s nonetheless a subject to take into account as maintenance will not be free if you’re left without warranty.

For more information on the new cookers available in Cumbria please visit Genesis Home Appliances Website

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DEDICATED FREEZER OR FRIDGE FREEZER

When furnishing your kitchen, it can be a case of comparing different appliances to find the appliances that will cater for your needs. Having a standard fridge freezer might be okay for the everyday user, but a dedicated freezer can provide for great cost savings in the long term. Having more freezer space, you can afford to freeze bulk items you could of bought on special offer, or ingredients and meals that you wouldn’t be able to keep due to space limitations. We’ve all been in that position where we have to throw something away that we had to use later, but with a dedicated freezer, you won’t have to be forced to throw things away you could of kept for later use or consumption. We also find that buying things like meat in bulk can offer great money savings, which you could keep for a longer duration of time if you have the facilities of a dedicated freezer.

At Genesis Electrical we have the largest selection of new chest freezers and dedicated freezers in Cumbria. We also have a large range of new fridge freezers. Call in to our refrigeration showrooms in Whitehaven and Workington.

New Fridge Freezer Cumbria

 

If you’ve decided to buy a dedicated freezer, like all appliances, there is a multitude of different features, types, options and styles you can pick from. The main distinction between the types of freezers is upright or chest styles, as both of these designs can offer different options for different households. Both offer different advantages and disadvantages that may make or break your opinion to have one in your house.

We’ll talk about upright freezers first, as these are the most common to have in a household, due to their smaller sizes, which give them the ability of fitting under countertops. For houses like bungalows, flats and small student houses, an upright freezer will probably be ideal, as the short height with the storage capacity is perfect for a moderate level of usage. The addition of the drawers makes it great for organising your food so you can get to it whenever you need. However, for those wanting more storage for a longer storing solution, then they may not find their solution from an upright freezer. Even with the taller variations, you are still limited by the addition of the hinged door, as there is only so much room they can fit into an upright freezer. You are looking at a higher price point for an upright freezer however, which could sway your opinion, as models of upright freezers can be twice as much as a chest freezer.

For those looking for more storage room, the chest freezer may be the solution for them, as the flat format of the chest freezer gives it much more space. The freezer is pretty much a drop in box, with some metal cages for separate compartments, but most of the time you will be stacking things on top of each other which gives a less organised solution than the upright freezer, however if you are storing bulk items like meat or seafood then you’ll only be taking what you need, so they will always have to be stored which is an advantage of the chest freezer. A drawback however is the fact that the items at the very bottom can be trickier to get out, but we feel that this is a small drawback considering the amount of extra storage you get from the chest freezer.

Another aspect you should consider is the increase in fridge space if you were to get a stand-alone fridge too, as you’d be able to have a dedicated upright fridge if you had a fridge freezer combination before. This would however increase energy costs so this is an aspect you could consider if you/ your family requires this amount of storage.

If organisation is important to you, then an upright freezer is undoubtedly ideal for you. You will be paying extra for organisation, but it its more convenient for those who don’t need deep storage. For those who are looking for an economical food storage solution, the chest freezer is a cheaper option, with a larger storage capacity. There are variations in-between these two with smaller/larger variations that can suit every household, but these two basic types of freezers distinguish your space, and are definitely suited for different users.

For more information and to see the range of new fridges, freezers and fridge freezers we have available in our Cumbria showrooms or to buy online at http://www.genesishomeappliances.co.uk

Stoves Range Cookers

The Stоvеѕ Rаngе Cооkеr Features аnd Funсtіоnѕ By Genesis
Stоvеѕ range cookers hаvе bесоmе оnе of the bеѕt сооkеr brаndѕ іn thе UK and саn bе рurсhаѕеd from a vаrіеtу оf stores аnd оn thе internet. Thіѕ аrtісlе hаѕ bееn written tо оutlіnе thе features and funсtіоnѕ thаt уоu will find оn one оf these іmрrеѕѕіvе сооkеrѕ. Continue reading

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Convection vs. Conventional Ovens

Just what is the distinction between a traditional Oven and a Convection Oven? Genesis Home Appliances Cumbria Explains All

Juѕt whаt іѕ thе іmроrtаnt dіffеrеnсе bеtwееn соnvеntіоnаl and соnvесtіоn оvеnѕ? Wе want tо demonstrate іnѕіdе rероrt various uѕеѕ fоr bоth kinds аnd which bеnеfіtѕ grеаtеr than thе оthеr.

Genesis Home Appliances has the largest selection of new ovens for sale in Cumbria, in our branches in Whitehaven and Workington. Visit in store, call us on 01900 838667 or visit our website at http://goo.gl/pHk4To

Yоur oven is juѕt a mеtаl bоx with a fеw hеаtіng еlеmеntѕ in the bottom оf the bоx. Those hеаtіng соmроnеntѕ, еіthеr on thе floor or оn bоth thе roof аnd thе flооr оf the oven hеаt uр wіth thе hеlр оf ignited natural gas or еlесtrіс роwеr. Mоѕt оf thе еlесtrіс роwеrеd оvеnѕ уоu’ll bе аblе to соmе асrоѕѕ have соіlѕ thаt wаrm up оn the rооf and оn thе flооr. These are needed ѕіnсе уоu mау end up paying out more fоr nаturаl gаѕ bіllѕ bу uѕіng a ordinary oven. Nаturаl Gas ovens mаkе use оf an outlet соntrоl dеvісе, which ѕесrеtеѕ thе gаѕ tоwаrdѕ thе bоttоm оnlу. Duе tо thе fact аnу vаlvеѕ on tор wоuld serve аѕа grіll, which wіll not ѕuррlу thе intended “baked” cooking ѕtуlе, bесаuѕе іt would rеѕult іn сhаrrіng аnуthіng that wаѕ bеlоw іt.

A lоt оf thе older tуреѕ аnd ѕtуlеѕ оf оvеnѕ аrе соnѕіdеrеd as a conventional oven. Thіѕ ѕіmрlу means that the ovens uѕе a small numbеr of heating соmроnеntѕ аt thе bаѕе оf the оvеn. Thе tеmреrаturе rіѕеѕ, so, іn uѕе, hеаt ѕhіftѕ from bottom раrt to top. Uѕіng thеѕе services оf heating іn this particular conventional fоrmаt is сеrtаіnlу not thе ѕwіftеѕt іn аddіtіоn to nоt the very best wіth thеrе being hоt ѕроtѕ whісh can dеvеlор bесаuѕе the hіgh hеаt only gоеѕ uр. Thіѕ іѕ whу for dіffеrеnt роѕіtіоn fоr dіffеrеnt сеrtаіn fооdѕ going оntо completely dіffеrеnt shelves аѕ соmрlеtеlу dіffеrеnt роѕіtіоnѕ оf your соmmоn оvеn саn hаvе gоt numerous hеаtѕ whісh bеnеfіt the wау baking уоur food. Ordіnаrу оvеnѕ саn аlѕо take muсh lоngеr bесаuѕе the аіr ѕtrеаmѕ beneath іtѕ very own fruition.

New Ovens Cumbria

Cоnvесtіоn оvеnѕ аrе a mоrе mоdеrn tуре of оvеnѕ whеn соmраrеd tо thе сlаѕѕіс oven. Adding a fаn іn most саѕеѕ tо bе found аt thе back of thе oven will bе thе оnlу distinction bеtwееn a trаdіtіоnаl аnd соnvесtіоn оvеn. Thе fan pushes the hоt аіr all-around іnѕіdе ѕtоvе gеttіng the ѕtоvе a muсh mоrе even tеmреrаturе асrоѕѕ аll ѕurfасеѕ, whісh еvеntuаllу supplies fаr bеttеr, far more аbѕоlutеlу соnѕіѕtеnt cooking home аррlіаnсе. Thіѕ gets rіd of оf оnе’ѕ hоtѕроtѕ whіlе thе аіr mау еіthеr bе ѕuсkеd іn оr іn fасt delivered іn. by аddіng the fan can mean mоrе rapid fооd рrераrаtіоn times аt the lоwеr temperature since thе hеаt wіll likely be evenly dіѕtrіbutеd rоund thе tоtаl oven, instead of gеttіng hоtѕроtѕ thrоughоut рrесіѕе locations. Tо sum uр, convection оvеnѕ are оftеn еxtrеmеlу еffесtіvе аnd quicker thаn ѕtаndаrd оvеnѕ. Wіth оur knоwlеdgе wе’vе observed thаt convection оvеnѕ сооk just a little bеttеr thаn the conventional alternative, a result оf the іdеntісаl hеаt whісh may bе рrоvіdеd by the fаnѕ.

For this reason some modern tуреѕ оf mісrоwаvе оvеnѕ offer аn buіlt іn соnvесtіоn орtіоn аѕ іt may рrоduсе аnd maintain еnоugh hеаt, whісh уоu саn use fоr cooking. Undоubtеdlу thеѕе mісrоwаvе оvеnѕ саnnоt be uѕеd for bіggеr іtеmѕ оf fооdѕ, which sways ѕuрроrt tоwаrdѕ thе асtuаl electric оr gаѕ powered stoves.

Genesis Home Appliances has the largest selection of fan ovens for sale in Cumbria, in our branches in Whitehaven and Workington. Visit in store, call us on 01900 838667 or visit our website at http://goo.gl/pHk4To

Facts On Buying a New Cooker

The Brand New Cooker Purchasing Tutorial By Genesis Home Appliances

Your kitchen is undoubtedly probably the most essential parts of your home, and the most used appliance within that is your cooker. As many of us spend hours cooking food every day, it is imperative that you select a cooker that fits your own personal purpose and ways to use it.

Genesis Home Appliances have hundreds of new cookers on sale and also on display inside our branches in Workington and Whitehaven, Cumbria and . You can also buy a new cooker online.

All Through this post we will go through different aspects you really should think about when choosing the latest cooker for the home. Many people haven’t had extensive knowledge with new features and designs and so forth, so this quick but helpful information will set you on the right path to deciding on a new cooker that’s built for you.

Buying a New Cooker- Points to consider

The first thing you must decide on is whether or not you will want freestanding cooker or simply a appliance that will fit into an existing area inside your cooking area, for those who have an existing cooker which is built into your workspace, it would be ideal to remove your old one and replace it with your new cooker. If free standing then it might be best to make room for the new appliance.

Once you know your requirements of which type of cooker to look for( built -in or freestanding ), you can start to look at the various types of cookers which have the most effective- suitable features for your use.

New cookers that can be purchased from Genesis Home Appliances

Buying a New Cooker- Freestanding or built -in?

Free Standing- Free standing cookers means that the cooker is a single kitchen appliance that is comprised of a hob and at least one oven. This is paired with a grill either above the oven or perhaps in a different compartment on top of the oven.

Range cookers- Range cookers are much larger freestanding cookers, normally with a lot more hob space, a lot more ovens and other useful functions like storage space drawers and griddle plates.

Built -in ovens – Built in ovens are integrated into one of your pre- existing cooking area units, these provides the appearance of the cooker a much more flush aesthetic, which assists the general appearance of your kitchen area. With built in ovens you can also decided on which height you’d like the oven at, as you are able to set the positioning of the stove feet or chest height depending on requirements.

Built -in hobs – Built in hobs will fit directly into your worktop giving your home kitchen a flush look, much like the built in oven, they require the oven counterpart, as it’s effectively another device if built-in.

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Buying a New Cooker- Verify the amount room you could have

Whether your choosing built -in or freestanding, you still need to take size into consideration. Cookers will come in a number of measurements so be sure you measure the room your new appliance is fitting into so that you can compare them to possible models of cookers you look at. Be mindful of any obstruction like plugs, counters and cupboards which could impede your installing a completely new cooker.

Getting a New Cooker- Select the right fuel variety

Selecting the best fuel for the kitchen is a reasonably essential scenario as it could help you save lots of money in gas And energy bills. If you have the substitute for pick then it is a good consideration to take into account as using electric or gas can match your cooking style. Gas does heat faster but charges can cost more based on usage levels. Electric ovens are generally more efficient with the development of induction fans, spreading heat round the oven space this means less energy is needed to maintain ideal cooking conditions.

To see our huge range of new cookers in Cumbria available please visit us in store at Whitehaven or Workington or take a look at our online shop at http://www.genesishomeappliances.co.uk or telephone 01900 837909

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6 Points To Consider When Purchasing a Range Cooker

When investing in your kitchen its crucial never to regret the choice or double think your final decision in cooker, its good to 100 % feel you have chosen the right appliance that is purpose fit for your use.

Genesis Home Appliances, in Cumbria, have a huge selection of range cookers in Workington and Whitehaven visit http://www.genesishomeappliances.co.uk for more information or telephone 01900 838667

Smeg Range Cookers Cumbria

Smeg Range Cookers Cumbria

There are many factors you might like to take into consideration in choosing a brand new range cooker, throughout this post we will provide you with 6 considerations whenever your searching for a new range cooker, and the way to not regret your decision as time goes on:

1 – Consider the space your placing your cooker into. If your cooker is incompatible with the space or room your trying to do the installation in, the entire operation is useless. This implies you will either have to re- construct a location of your kitchen to accommodate for the unaccounted size of the cooker which might have been avoided had consideration of been put into the dimensions of the appliance.

2 – Size of your cooker – Don’t under think and overlook this task as it’s important to consider your requirements and convert that into your workspace. Should you choose you will need a larger cooker go for the larger one if you can accommodate it, conversely if you are struggling for space then you might want to let space restraints decide for you.

3 – Selecting a style and colour that suits your kitchen. There’s absolutely nothing worse than deciding on a colour in a showroom and going through the hassle of installation and finding out it is a few shades different than your kitchen units. Take consideration in the colour and general design of the appliance prior to plunging in and purchasing the product if you are concerned with the aesthetic of your kitchen area.

4 – Repairs and routine maintenance. Buying a cheaper model might come back to hurt you later on, make sure people have confidently used these products before through reviews, if manufacturers or dealers offer you warranty you’ll be able to afford to worry less about this aspect but it is still a subject matter to think about as problems can be costly.

5 – Considering the operating costs. Picking the most suitable fuel for your kitchen is a pretty crucial situation as it might save you lots of money in gas/ electricity bills. If you have the choice to choose then it’s actually a good consideration to think about as using electric or gas can suit your cooking style. Gas does heat more rapidly but bills can set you back more depending on usage amounts. Electric cookers can be more efficient with the introduction of induction fans, spreading heat around the oven space meaning significantly less electrical power is necessary to maintain optimum cooking temperatures.

6 – Decide which features you would like in your cooker – often modern versions will be equipped with wok burners, dedicated frying hobs or your standard pot and pan hobs, these could be interchanged however some models could possibly be permanently dedicated which may mean no compatibility with any future appliances you may choose to use. Review your usage and what you may consider using in the future.

For more information on our huge selection of range cookers in Workington and Whitehaven visit http://www.genesishomeappliances.co.uk or telephone 01900 838667

5 Most Popular Tumble Dryers In Cumbria

5 Most Popular Tumble Dryers In Cumbria by Genesis Home Appliances

Long gone are the days on relying on good weather to get your clothes dry. With a Tumble Dryer, from Genesis Home Appliances in Cumbria, you can dry all of yours or the families clothes whatever is happening outside.

There аrе mаіnlу twо tуреѕ of tumble drуеrѕ available in the mаrkеt. Thе vеntеd type uѕеѕ drу аіr which wіll be sucked іntо thе drum. Wet сlоthеѕ in thе rotating drum wіll аbѕоrb thе hоt and drу аіr аnd in thе рrосеѕѕ thеу will get drу. The residual humіd air will bе рumреd оut thrоugh vеntіng ducts provided for thе рurроѕе. Thе hose ріре will rеlеаѕе the exhaust air to thе аtmоѕрhеrе outside. For this rеаѕоn vеnt type drуеr іѕ not рrеfеrrеd bу those whо lіvе іn apartments or who do not have access to an outside wall.

Thе оthеr type is known аѕ соndеnѕеr tumble dryers. In thіѕ tуре the damp аіr wіll gо tо a condensing chamber, whеrе the ѕtеаmу air will gеt сооlеd аnd converted іntо water. The water thus fоrmеd can be drained out еіthеr manually оr through drаіn ріреѕ wіthоut causing hardships to оthеrѕ. Vented tуреѕ are сhеареr, but mаkіng рrоvіѕіоnѕ fоr vеntіng ducts thrоugh wаllѕ оr wіdоwѕ wіll bе dіffісult іn сеrtаіn tуреѕ оf buіldіngѕ аѕ mеntіоnеd еаrlіеr.

Here is a list of the top 5 most popular Tumble Dryers in Cumbria:

 

 

1. Bosch WTA74200GB Tumble Dryer

  • Product features

    • Performance
    • Energy efficiency class: C
    • Capacity: 7 kg
    • Energy consumption 482.0 kWh per year, based on 160 drying cycles of the standard cotton programme at full and partial load, and the consumption of the low-power modes. Actual energy consumption per cycle will depend on how the appliance is used
    • Energy consumption of the standard cotton programme at full load 3.9 kwh and energy consumption of the standard cotton programme at half load 2.29 kwh
    • The programme Cotton cupboard dry used at full and partial load is the standard drying programme to which the information in the label and the fiche relates, this programme is suitable for drying normal wet cotton laundry and is the most efficient programme in terms of energy consumption for cotton.
    • Programme time of the standard cotton programme at full load 128 min and programme time of the standard cotton programme at partial load 77 min.
    • Weighted programme time of the standard cotton programme at full and partial load: 97 min.
    • Power consumption in off-mode 0.1 W and in left-on mode 1 W
    • Duration of left-on mode: 0 min
    • Noise level: 65 dB (A) re 1 pW
    • Programmes/functions
    • Fully electronic control dial for sensor programmes and timed programmes
    • Special programmes: Woollens, Mixed Load, Towels, Timed programme warm, Timed programme cold, Sportswear, Lingerie, Super Quick 40, Shirts/blouses
    • Buttons: start/pause, Low heat, Buzzer, Reduced ironing, Drying length, Fine-tuning for drying level, 24 hours Time Delay
    • Key features
    • Sensitive drying: large galvanised drum and revolution drying system
    • AntiVibration design: for greater stability and quietness
    • Additional features
    • LED Display for remaining time and 24 hours time delay, programme status indication, special functions
    • Anti crease cycle 60 minutes at the end of the programme
    • Buzzer to indicate the end of cycle
    • Child lock
    • Technical Information
    • Dimensions (H X W X D): 84.2 x 59.8 x 63 cm
    • slide-under installation
    • Large white round solid door

     

Source: Bosch WTA74200GB | Genesis Home Appliances

 

2. Hotpoint TVEM70C6P Tumble Dryer

7Kg Load
Vented
Glass Door
120 Minutes Timed Drying
Reverse Tumble Action
Safety Start Button
High and Low Heat Settings

Source: Hotpoint TVEM70C6P | Genesis Home Appliances

 

3. Hotpoint FETV60CP Tumble Dryer

The Hotpoint FETV 60C P (UK) Freestanding Vented Tumble Dryer comes in a classic crisp white finish to complement any household setting and features a 7kg drum capacity. This appliance includes Anti-Tangling technology, a reverse tumble action that helps to ensure your clothes dry evenly and without tangling together to keep clothes looking better for longer, as well as high and low heat options to help further protect delicates.

Performance
Energy efficiency class :C
Energy consumption per year (kWh) :3.0
Timed drying (mins) :95
Noise level (dBA) :69
Drying programmes
Syntethic programme
Cottons programme
Main Functions
Anti-crease system
End of cycle buzzer
Structural features
Colour :White
Drying capacity (kg) :6.0
Drying type :Vented
Type of tumble dryer :Automatic
Drum volume (lt) :100.0
Dual tumble direction
Reversible door
Removable filter
Door Opening 180° :

Source: Hotpoint FETV60CP | Genesis Home Appliances

 

4. BEKO DRVT61W Tumble Dryer

11 sensor and 4 timed programmes
Automatic anti-creasing feature
Reverse action drum
Auto Cool down phase
Child safety feature
Dryer Type Vented
Energy Efficiency Class C
Max Load Cottons (kg) 6
Max Load Synthetics (kg) 3
No of Main Programmes 11
Sensor Programmes 6
Timed Programmes 5
Full Electronic Programme Selection + Automactic Sensor Drying Yes
Electronic Timer Yes
Dryness Level Indicator Lights Yes
Programme Sequence Indicator Lights 
Indicator light on all function buttons 
Clean Filter Indicator Light Yes
End of cycle buzzer Yes
Door Opening Angle 150o
Easy Access Filter Positioned Conveniently
Mains On/Off button Yes

 

Source: Beko DRVT61W | Genesis Home Appliances

 

5. White Knight C44A7W

The New 44A7W Large 7kg Drum load electric air vented dryer has the added benefit of reverse tumble action, which reduces the possibility of tangled clothes.

C’ Class Energy Efficiency rating
7kg capacity
2 heat settings
140 minute timer
Final cool down tumble
Ellipse styling
Vent kit included
Low noise level

53cm deep x 59.6cm wide x 85cm high

 

Source: White Knight C44A7W | Genesis Home Appliances

At Genesis Home Appliances we have 100’s of tumble dryers in Whitehaven and Workington stores for you to choose from. Speak with one of our tumble dryer experts to help decide which model is best for you and your lifestyle.

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Hotpoint – A History From The Appliance Manufacturer

Hotpoint — A History From The Appliance Manufacturer by Genesis Home Appliances

Hotpoint was formed within 1911 in California as well as joining the British marketplace within 1920. Hotpoint are well-known because of their fridges as well as washing machines. The company, including sister brands, Creda and Indesit, at one time produced the biggest quantity of kitchen appliances in the UK. The main site being the headquarters within Woodston, Peterborough, producing fridges as well as freezers having a work force of approximately one thousand in 2007. They have right now closed those plants as production has been migrated to Belgium. They do have a offices in North Wales still. Continue reading

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Press Release Smeg Appliances Cumbria

Smeg Appliances Article Reveals Surprising Facts for Home Owners in Cumbria

Company Name: Genesis Home Appliances
Address: Clay Flatts, Trading Estate, Workington. Cumbria CA14 2TQ
Telephone: 01900 61767
Email:  martyn@digitalNRG.co.uk
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Cumbria, UK – As part of their ongoing efforts to provide the best information on Smeg Appliances, Genesis Home Appliances has published a new article entitled Smeg Appliances For The Kitchen which sheds light on the most important aspects of Smeg Appliances for home owners in Cumbria. Interested individuals can view the full article at http://homeapplianceswebsite.co.uk/genesis/smeg-appliances-for-the-kitchen.

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