My husband and I are remodeling a home in Dallas, TX and are about to take out all of the old appliances (all black, 1980's appliances). We have a built-in Subzero fridge, Jenn-air range, microwave, oven and a Bosch dishwasher (white). Does anyone know where I can sell these??
Energy Rebate On Kitchen Appliances – if you’ve been considering replacing some of your old appliances there probably is no better time to do it than right now. the nationally recognized Procrastination Week from March 1st to March 7th is now over and people are looking to take the initiative and get their energy rebates for their newest appliance purchases. Earth day is coming up shortly and it is definitely going to be informative and let owners of houses know that there are things you can do to make your house more energy efficient and most importantly, save money. the federal rebates are coming in to serve as an incentive to get you to take advantage of the opportunity. these rebates are going to provide you with money back on your purchase. however, when Alabama’s $4.1 million dollar share of the federal stimulus money has run out, that is all there is going to be so you need to act fast with your purchases.
The entire program issued over $270 million dollars do be used in providing rebates for energy efficient appliances for home owners. it is part of the federal American Recovery and Reinvestment Act which has given our economy a boost and helped to reduce the amount of greenhouse gases that are being released by making energy efficient appliances more affordable. the money will be available on Monday and any Alabama residents that want to upgrade their old appliances and get new ones that are marked as Energy star rated products will be eligible for the rebate. most of these appliances will be kitchen appliances but washer and dryers as well as air conditioners will apply in some cases. if you can find a good deal and get approved for the rebate you could save a ton of money.
Sears twice confirmed the date and time they would deliver Sandra's six new kitchen appliances. she had her plumber and contractor standing by for a day of hard work when Sears called to say they weren't coming. after hours of futile calls, Sandra finally tracked down the delivery warehouse manager who explained that Sears had run out of kitchen appliances.
He just laughed when I went through my story of frustration with the Sears service personnel and told me he had had 75 similar calls in the last 2 days. His bottom line: Sears is not sending him product and he has nothing to deliver.
Im wondering if youve had other tales about the woeful lack of service from Sears and their so-called Delivery Specialists? Ive been attempting to get concrete information about the delivery of 6 kitchen appliances (purchased and ordered for delivery last month). Delivery was confirmed twice by phone for yesterday. my contractor and plumber were standing by to install and do the necessary connections. But then, a Sears call-center rep informed the contractor that nothing would be coming at 1:00 PM, and gave no reason for the cancellation and no date for rescheduling. my contractor alerted me and I started the farcical pursuit of information at that point, totally consuming the rest of my work day. Telephone conversations with the Enfield, CT Sears acting store manager, appliance department sales reps and 3 different delivery specialists segued into the last futile hour working with a sales rep at the Enfield store where the purchase had been made. Even his valiant attempts to get info through his channels were all to no avail. We gave up after nearly 90 minutes of total aggravation at the store and left at 6:30 PM.
Starting again this morning, I obtained the number of the warehouse from which the appliances were to be delivered yesterday and finally got through to one of the managers at 7:20 AM. He just laughed when I went through my story of frustration with the Sears service personnel and told me he had had 75 similar calls in the last 2 days. His bottom line: Sears is not sending him product and he has nothing to deliver. meanwhile, I paid a contractor and plumber to stand by for nothing. and the family get-together I had planned for this weekend will not take place since I have no kitchen appliances and no way to prepare the meals I had planned.
My question: do you know of any way to get straight answers and real solutions out of Sears for delivery problems?
Although the sales personnel in the appliance department at the Enfield, CT Sears store were extremely professional and helpful, they have no tools at their disposal to assist a customer having this kind of issue. I will never, ever, buy another Sears product. my contractor and his plumber agree with me and have said they will advise their clients not to purchase Sears products if they require delivery or service. this is all the more frustrating because I intentionally patronized Sears (and not Home Depot, Lowes or best Buy) because I thought I could count on good service from point of purchase through delivery. You can be sure this extremely negative experience will be shared with friends and colleagues. and the most egregious point of all is Im sure the customer service management team at Sears could care less.
Straight answers? Real solutions? We can do many things, but squeezing service out of Sears isn't on the list. We could tell you to launch an EECB or file a chargeback, but for all the good it would do, you might as well fly a kite with "HELP!" emblazoned on the bottom.
Sorry Sandra, you've been Seared.
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We're building our house and just trying to source basically everything to see if we can get better prices than just joice mayne type of stores by going to those outlet stores???