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  • They are terrible ventilation—absolutely useless at the task of getting smoke and bad smells out of the kitchen.

  • They create traffic problems—just look at breakfast (what should be a simple meal). Husband is scrambling eggs. Wife wants to reheat her coffee. A tussle ensues and in the time it takes the husband to step aside and wait for the wife to finish, the eggs are overcooked and rubbery.

  • In order to be reachable, it has to be installed low—making it so low that if you have a tall pot on the back burner you can’t see into it and may even have to move it forward to stir.

  • It is always gross and sticky from cooking residues (that it can’t vent!)

  • With all these problems, the benefits of saving space and money seem dubious at best. I’d rather put the microwave in the right place (near the refrigerator) and buy a hood that works.

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Friday June 20, 2014 (Room 512) (capacity: 75)
10:30 – 11:30 PT

Kitchen Appliances 101: What Works, What Doesn’t and Why

Moorea Hoffman
Founder, Kitcheneering

Today’s appliances are better than ever before, but there are more brands, more styles and more features to choose from. Your clients are looking to you for answers—not just what looks best—but what will have the cooking and performance characteristics they need to make daily life and entertaining easier and more enjoyable. Deciding what to buy becomes a great responsibility. How do you separate fact from fiction? Do you understand BTUs, CFMs, Recovery Ratios, Convection and Magnetic Induction? In this session, you will learn about all of these terms and...

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The Kitcheneering Difference

Kitcheneering provides busy homeowners with kitchens that are functional and beautiful so that cooking and clean-up are easier, faster, and more enjoyable. Whether you are making crown roast for ten or chicken fingers for three, you’ll have more fun and spend less time in the kitchen.

Designers provide creativity, product knowledge, experience, sources, and time. If the designer is unaffiliated with a store or specific line of products, there is full flexibility on the products, appliances, installers, and contractors that may work on your remodel (update of cabinets, appliances, plumbing and lighting in existing space) or renovation (re-conceptualizing layout and flow – may involve moving walls)....

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“I just couldn”t face this without you!” This heartfelt sentiment is often expressed by our clients at the end of remodel projects. They look at Houzz, track ideas on Pinterest, scan magazines, search websites. There are thousands of possibilities for every surface and component; colors, textures, functionality, durability, price. How to weigh the pros and cons? What is really best? What will stand the test of time? Hungary’s Mgame Solutions has burnished its social poker offering via adding seven slot machines game titles, with roulette, blackjack, baccarat and keno items guaranteed through the finish of the season. Where will your dollars matter most? It can be overwhelming, confusing, and frustrating – an...

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KITCHENEERING of SAN CLEMENTE Receives

Best Of Houzz 2014 Award

Annual Survey and Analysis of 16 Million Monthly Users

Reveals Top-Rated Building, Remodeling and Design Professionals

February 4, 2014 – Kitcheeneering of San Clemente, California, has been awarded “Best Of Houzz” by Houzz, the leading platform for home remodeling and design. Kitcheneering was chosen by the more than 16 million monthly users that comprise the Houzz community.

The Best Of Houzz award is given in two categories: Customer Satisfaction and Design. Customer Satisfaction honors are determined by a variety of factors, including the number and quality of client reviews a professional received in 2013. Design award winners’ work was the most ...

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My thanks to everyone who joined me for my webinar today!

I hope you enjoyed the topic and found it useful and inspirational.

While I was not able to load the PDF of my article for Studios Magazine here, if you click here you will be taken to my Facebook page where you can download the article in JPEG form.

Imagine the front of your refrigerator (a large visual space in your kitchen) with a digital photo surface of a favorite image: the Paris skyline? A redwood tree? Sunset over the coastline? Or how about the bottom pullout cabinets with a faux wood finish and the top section with a trompe l”oiel image of an elegant china cabinet? atoledo.com Or new materials like a thin sheet of slate with the look and texture rock? Design is moving toward customized appliance fronts so start thinking of your own wild ideas and let”s talk!