The Prestige experience: Knowledge is Power

The Prestige experience: Knowledge is Power
Universal Magazines

Kitchen Appliances

The hidden challenges when buying appliances are pinpointing your needs and not falling into the common trap of making uninformed choices. “Part of the Prestige difference is that we view our role as much more than simply selling quality kitchen appliances,” Tom Mullan of Prestige Appliances says. “Our role is to educate, not to sell. We’re here to ensure our clients are in complete control of their choices by removing all doubt and uncertainty.” If this means pointing out inadequacies in some products for meeting the specific needs of a client, staff will do just that. “We give straight answers — warts and all,” Tom jokes.

The company does so with information, insight and ideas that come from hard-earned professional experience and intimate knowledge of products and what they can deliver. This will help you to find the right appliances for your unique requirements and ensure you go home with products that not only look great, but do the job you need done and do it brilliantly. “We refuse to compromise on quality, safety, efficiency and value; we even guarantee our sales in writing,” Tom explains. “You’ll see all this for yourself when you visit one of our showrooms.” Prestige Appliances’ unique approach to client education starts on its website, where you can find information you don’t find on most. Special reports, manuals and appliance industry secrets are available on the Free Resources section for comprehensive research. Tom concludes with, “You’ll enjoy the same frankness and honesty when you visit our showrooms.”

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