On Saturday, January 9th, Feder’s Outlet will officially be open for business.
Brand-new close-outs, slightly blemished, barely-used and more severely scratched or dented appliances (stoves, ranges, refrigerators, dishwashers, ovens, cooktops, hoods, microwaves, washers, dryers, and coin-op laundry) and air conditioners (room a/c) will be sold through the new outlet store located within a new wing of Feder’s Distributors existing showroom.
Our new outlet store, with the physical address of 5728 Lankershim Boulevard, should receive more than four hundred pieces in these condition types every month! Ready to virtually give away!
Most of the prices on these new appliances will be at, way below, or slightly above our normal everyday cost! Most, with the manufacturer’s warranty in full-effect!
FedersOutlet.com (open now) will have updated items on a daily-basis with images and pricing, so visit often!
Please come visit our new showroom and save BIG on your next appliance! Or call us: 818-714-1247
We look forward to working with you in 2010!
Since it finally dropper below 70° here in Southern California, we thought it would be a good time to go over a few options to keep your home or apartment warm this winter.
The easiest and most affordable way to keep your feet warm. We have a small, 360 Degree Micrathermic Heater that can keep a small room fairly comfortable in cooler weather. Cost is on $69.00!
GAS WALL OR DIRECT-VENT FURNACE
Do you need to replace an old or inoperable tall wall furnace or shorter direct vent heater for your apartment? We carry units that are perfect for small, medium, or larger units. 25,000 BTU-50,000 BTU
WALL OR WINDOW UNIT
Replacement: If you’ve already got an existing unit inside a sleeve, more than likely Feder’s Distributors has a unit that will fit inside your existing sleeve.
Built with solid sides and vents on the back, these units come with trim kits that would cover additional space on the sides and top if your sleeve is larger than 24″ wide by 14 1/2″ tall. The heat-strip models are great as a secondary source of heating or primary source for smaller rooms.
New install: If you need to install a new unit in a wall or window, units with both a heat-strip or a heat-pump are available. Heat-strips will cost you a little less money up-front, but end up providing less heating capacity compared to a heat pump. Heat pumps are a little more expensive to purchase, but run a little more efficiently with more heating capacity. Just remember, if you need heat in your window or wall unit, anything 12,000 BTU or above typically run on 220V 20AMP circuits.
DUCTLESS MINI-SPLIT HEAT PUMPS
A bit more expensive to install than a wall air conditioner, but much sightlier, ductless mini splits are installed like a central air conditioner. The compressor, outside and the fan on an adjacent wall just under the ceiling. It is about 20% of the cost of a central system and cools/heats only one room. Please note, there are also options to run two, three, or even four indoor units off of one compressor, so please ask us about them!
It looks like details are finally being ironed out in the new Cash-For-appliances program slated to begin a few months ago.
Yesterday, it was announced that New York state would begin their program in February, 2010 and several other states would follow suit during March and April. California’s program should begin in March,
Authorized by the U.S. Economic Stimulus Legislation earlier this year, states would receive monies from a $300 million package to turn in older appliances (namely clothes washers, dishwashers, central and air conditioners, refrigerators, and heat pumps).
Consumers can apply for up to $150 in rebates when they purchase energy star and other energy-efficient appliances.
Please contact Feder’s Distributors for more information about the program or energy star appliances and air conditioners!