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While even the largest of companies can benefit from offering home appliances in the break room or office space as a perk for employees or to lure customers in, the most frequent business buyers of these items are small- to mid-sized businesses. Because of the relatively small buying power that's available to them--and because they probably need only one or two appliances each--these business buyers most often find themselves shopping at retail prices instead of wholesale. More»
While home appliances may seem at first glance to be small business accessories, even big business may find that using home appliances as employee and customer perks helps to keep everyone happy. The trick is finding the right way to turn home appliances for sale into business assets. More»
As a small business owner, purchasing home appliances for your office or break room is a great way for you and your employees to save money. Having a microwave or refrigerator in your office will also help increase productivity by keeping your employees onsite during lunch hours and breaks. An air conditioner will help keep your office cool and tempers calm during the summer months.
There are several companies with stores across the United States, providing you with a brick and mortar location to purchase an appliance. Sears, Lowes and Best Buy all sell home appliances with deals and coupons on specific products rotating through on a regular basis. Some of these stores will even match a competitor's price.
The internet has several websites that offer appliances at a good price. Amazon.com is one of the biggest online marketplaces, often featuring appliances at discounted prices. The sites Nextag and PriceGrabber both compare prices found all over the web, giving you the best chance of finding a great deal from vendors nationwide.
Another option for your company is purchasing an appliance from the manufacturer's recommended dealer. General Electric provides information on dealer's within your area on its website. Kenmore sells appliances such as air conditioners straight from its site.
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