Saying you’re the premiere place to shop for sub-zero appliances and all other kinds of kitchen and household needs is one thing, but it’s another to get backing from an outside source. We here at Drimmers are proud to be included in the Zagat Survey.
Established by Tim and Nina Zagat in 1979, Zagat began as a way to collect and correlate the ratings of restaurants by diners. Their first guide covered New York City, and the Zagats compiled their survey based on the responses of their friends. As of 2012, the Zagat Survey includes locations in all fifty states and cities in twenty two additional countries! As part of its acquisition by Google in September 2011, Zagat reviews and ratings are now integrated into Google’s search services, and the Zagat.com site is completely free to use, although you can still buy the distinctive little red Zagat guidebooks for a given location.
Quite a pedigree, right? This makes us especially proud that Zagat has given its highest ranking possible to Drimmers Appliances. We simply have the best deals and service for buying major kitchen appliances, or perhaps specifically Viking appliances, like this elegant stainless steel 30″ All-Induction Rangetop – featuring large, easy-to-read knobs with push-to-turn childproof safeties, a stainless steel landing ledge with solid, welded, seamless finish, and a strong, wear-resistant glass ceramic surface designed for excellent cleanability.
Welcome to Spring, for the most part, friends of the Drimmers blog! To inspire your culinary activities, whether you are in a part of the country where you expect to stay indoors for the next couple of months still or are already ready for picnic season, we are running a kind of incredible promotion right now. Just check this out:
To translate: when you buy a professional range or a steam range or any cooktop range or rangetop and any double or triple combination oven, you are eligible for free dishwasher options and upgrades to those dishwashers and free ventilation systems. You can save over six thousand dollars when it is all said and done. The time to completely trick out your kitchen with high-end, professional-grade kitchen appliances? It is now.
Now, you may wonder why the promotion features Sub-Zero appliances in particular. It’s a question of quality. Since 1945 Sub-Zero has been a pioneer in refrigeration technology and has been producing the highest quality refrigerators, freezers, wine coolers, ice maker and more. If you are looking to get more information about any among our Sub-Zero appliances, visit us at Drimmers.com. Or, you can call to speak to one of our knowledgeable and experienced experts at 877-338-3500.
Good news, everyone! We are having a giant, blowout clearance sale right now over at Drimmers.com! Save on a variety of elite kitchen appliances, including Miele ovens like this MasterChef 30″ Perfect Clean Double Oven. Its soft key controls on a sleek electronic touch pad provides a text driven menu of options for flexible programming and superior ease of use. This advanced drive-down menu makes using the oven as simple as operating a cash machine.
Miele’s exclusive operating mode can select the optimal cooking results based on input that you provide. Simply identify the type of food you are cooking and the oven will automatically select the proper operating mode for perfect results every. Customizing your oven has never been easier, either. At the mere touch of a button you can select one of five operating languages, adjust the control panel’s lighting or even the timer’s sound.
The oven features Metric/English Conversion, Self-Cleaning, LCD Display, Multi-Lingual Programming, 6 Wire Racks, 2 Integrated roasting pans, Double rotisserie, Enamel Runners, 2 Anti-Splash Inserts, highly accurate Roast Probe, and a handy Convection Filter. Come check out the entire sale at Drimmers to find great deal on all kinds of Miele, Wolf, and SubZero appliances.
Whether it feels like it or not, spring is not far away, and with the warmer weather comes the chance to start cooking outside. Now might the time to get a great deal on one of Drimmer’s exceptional, high-end gas grills, such as, for instance, this sleek and shiny Wolf 42” outdoor gas grill.
Like its indoor counterparts – Wolf gas ranges, ovens, and cooktops – the 42″ Wolf outdoor gas grill marries virtuoso performance with exceptional ease of use. From its easy-to-open, heavy-gauge lid to the power and finesse of its gas burners, a Wolf grill makes you feel always in absolute control. The 42″ outdoor gas grill is available as a built-in unit or as a freestanding cart. Harnessing the exacting, professional-grade quality of a Wolf grill helps you grill, smoke, braise, and BBQ with the one ingredient every cook needs: confidence.
The features of this Wolf gas grill include:
- Stainless steel grates
- Hot surface ignition
- Hood assist system
- Halogen interior lighting
- LED lit control knobs
- Two position rotisserie
- Three position warming rack
- Smoker box
- External thermometer
Come check out great grill options from Wolf and other high-end brands like Viking and Sub-Zero appliances, with the discount prices Drimmers takes pride in providing. Check out our entire online catalog at Drimmers.com today!
Here at the Drimmers blog we talk a lot about Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, particularly both brands’ professional grade ranges, ovens, and other large kitchen appliances, used by professional chefs and available through us at discount prices. But this does not do credit to the wide variety of top flight brands we offer in our stores and online.
Miele, for instance, is a pretty interesting company. Founded in 1899 by Carl Miele and Reinhard Zinkann, among its first products were a cream separator, butter churn, and tub washing machine. Miele has been honored as Best Domestic Appliance Brand in the UK in 2007 and again in 2008, being only one of two brands to win twice in a row. They have since won again in 2010. The late Steve Jobs also owned a Miele washing machine.
So if high-end major kitchen appliances are what you are after, check out this stunning Miele MasterChef 30” Single Oven, complete with Navitronic touch control pad with MasterChef technology and an elegant black glass and clean touch steel finish . Its features include:
- Multi-lingual LCD display
- Metric/English conversion
- 17 operating modes, including AutoRoast TM , Intensive Bake & Sabbath
- Automatic temperature settings
- Electronic temperature control
- Residual heat cooking
- Time remaining calculation
- Two zone infrared broiling
- Dual timers with delay start function
It’s an exciting time if you are both a fan of Norse history and in the market for new kitchen appliances. Right now online at Drimmers we have excellent discounts on all Viking appliances, including gas and electric ranges. While this definitely doesn’t coincide with the first release of footage from the History Channels first foray into scripted television, Vikings, it is definitely a neat, serendipitous little coincidence.
If perhaps associating your oven with Odin is not as pleasing an idea as we kinda think it is, the history of Viking kitchen appliances should put you at ease. They have a legacy of quality worthy of a particularly lengthy saga. Viking originated the “professional” segment of kitchen appliances with its introduction of the first professional-grade range for home use in 1987.
Today the company offers three complete lines of premium appliances including cooking, ventilation, kitchen clean-up and refrigeration, as well as various outdoor appliances. In addition to their “Professional” and less expensive “Designer” series, Viking’s latest offering is their new “Commercial” line of kitchen appliances for use in restaurant and other commercial kitchens. The company has expanded with its increased success and currently manufactures such premium items such as cookware, dishwashers, cutlery and professional counter top appliances as well.
Have you despaired of microwave cooking, or been saving for a chance to upgrade your kitchen? There is an exciting offer going on right now here at Drimmers that you should know about. From now until March 31st, we are running our Dream Kitchen event on Sub Zero and Wolf kitchen appliances.When you purchase a full size, built-in, integrated, or Pro 48 refrigerator and either any size range (gas or dual fuel) wall oven with any size rangetop or a 30” or 36” cooktop, you will instantly and automatically save $1000. There is also $500 savings on up to three additional items. With $2500 still in your pocket, you can afford the best kitchen appliances out there.
Both Sub Zero and Wolf are gold standards in high-end kitchen appliances for both professional and home use. With Wolf or Sub Zero appliances from Drimmers in your kitchen you know you have a product which has a long lasting history of superb quality and sleek design. If you are looking to get more information about our Sub-Zero Products, call to speak to one of our knowledgeable and experienced experts at 877-338-3500. Or, if you would just like to browse our selection, come visit us online at Drimmers.com!
In conjunction with the FEMA claim extension, Drimmers is also extending our appliance replacement program through the end of January. Our Hurricane Emergency Appliance Replacement Team (HEART) will replace your damaged washers or dryers in households damaged by Hurricane Sandy, entirely at the dealer’s cost. We are not only committed to getting you the best deals and discounts on top name brands, everything from Sub Zero appliances to Wolf kitchen appliances to Viking and Miele appliances; we are also determined to be equitable dealers and good neighbors, and refuse to profit from such a historic natural disaster.
Now, here is a tasty tip for your appliances in future storms or power outages and it involves ice cream. Before a storm, eat half the pint (or whatever amount) of ice cream. Instead of eating straight down, eat from only one side of the pint container and leave the other side un-touched. Put the pint back in the freezer. If the ice cream is still mounded to one side after the power comes back on, your freezer didn’t thaw and your frozen foods are still good. But if the surface is smooth and level, that means that you lost power long enough for the ice cream to thaw completely – along with the rest of your freezer contents. Best to throw those foods out and re-stock.
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The holiday season means a lot of hosting, a lot of parties, a lot of friends but also a lot of dishes. If you need a new dishwasher to handle the load, Drimmers can help. Consider the Smeg Fully Integrated 18 Dishwasher. With a sleek and simple jet black look, the Smeg has a hidden electronic control panel that makes your dishwasher look great in your kitchen–a decoration in an of itself. It also accepts custom door panels to further customize the look and has a self-balancing door to make it easy to load and empty.
The Smeg dishwasher includes five distinct wash cycles, including “Crystal” washing for delicate dishes and “Extreme” washing for heavy and difficult loads. It also features a built-in water softener to prevent spots, a concealed heating element, a delay timer of up to nine hours and four temperatures: 113°F, 131°F, 149°F and 158°F.
Drimmers also carries Viking appliances, including the 24″ Professional Dishwasher which comes in black, white and stainless steel and features adjustable water volumes and pressures. Or check out Miele appliances‘ Fully-Integrated Full-Size Dishwasher. It has a concealed control panel and accepts custom door panels to blend into the rest of your kitchen with optional door panels and door handle options. Plus, it includes six wash programs and five temperatures.
Many homes still use a traditional refrigerator, one in which the freezer is on the top and the refrigerator beneath it, despite the fact that this model is quickly becoming outdated. Not only are trends and styles drifting away from this basic model, the standard since the 1940s, it is also less practical, as it requires more energy for the freezer to be on top rather than on the bottom.
This reversed model is more popular in new refrigerators now, as is the side-by-side versions, but it may surprise you to know that these refrigerators have been around nearly as long as the traditional. A side-by-side (with the freezer on the left and refrigerator on the right) was introduced as early as 1949, but it did not gain much traction until the mid ’60s, and even then, it remained far behind the traditional refrigerator.
Refrigerators with the freezer on the bottom came soon after, in the mid ’50s. The increasingly popular French-door style (commonly used in Viking appliances) is the only refrigerator that is actually fairly modern, not having appeared until the late ’90s. And while most refrigerators came in white since the 1950s, the modern trend toward brushed chrome, as seen in many Sub Zero appliances, isn’t new either–it has been around since the 1960s.