As you probably know, Carlson’s Appliances is going out of business at the end of the year. They have been a Santa Monica staple for more than 50 years, and that means a lot in today’s day and age.
My name is Marcus Feder, a second-generation family business owner. My father founded our kitchen appliances and air conditioner business, Feder’s Distributors, more than 45 years ago!
Family business means personal service. It means getting the absolute best effort from an experienced salesperson when you have questions or need assistance. Small business is being able to walk into a showroom, or call on the telephone, or send a message and get an actual person to provide options, confirmation, delivery, and installation without issues.
At Feder’s Distributors, you get ALL that. We are a small family business of experienced experts. We provide all major kitchen appliances, laundry, plumbing supplies, and air conditioning. Our ordering process is simple: whether you’re buying one stove to replace another, or a hundred refrigerators, dishwashers, microwaves, and stoves with laundry for each unit, we offer the best of everything: sales, delivery, and installation (often with same-day service).
We currently operate out of two locations in North Hollywood and will be opening a brand-new location in Santa Monica next month. In fact, we’ll be at the former Carlson’s warehouse on Colorado Boulevard!
You can call us to order product: 323-877-8957, 818-769-8000, toll-Free 866-333-3770; you may fax us your order: 818-769-9613 (print a PO at www.AAFeders.com/po); order online: www.AAFeders.com, or send us an email: info@AAFeders.com.
Contact us now for a free appliance and air conditioner assessment* and to place your next order!
We promise to offer you the best prices and will beat any advertised price. We promise to provide the best products and service available, and we promise to make it simple on you.
We look forward to working with you the next time you need a new products for your home, multifamily property, or community development.
Marcus H. Feder