Our customers frequently gush about their experience with our delivery and installation crews. We hear about how professional and courteous our delivery crew members are. But most importantly, they’re ours (most appliance companies outsource these services), meaning they undergo background checks and appreciate the responsibility of representing Warners’ Stellian.
We recently found this thank you card a customer sent with some pictures she snapped of our employees, Tim and Tony, tackling a particularly challenging project.
Your two employees did a great job getting the old machines out and Maytag stackable washer and dryer in.
The outstanding part came when they tried to connect the dryer vent. I’m including pictures so you can see what good employees you have.
I thank Warners’ Stellian for years of good service and especially Tony F. and Tim B.
Sincerely, Mary P.
p.s. note the small opening for his head. At one point all you could see was his feet.
For the majority of our orders, delivery and installation is free (delivery on orders $499 & up; freestanding installation) disproving the old adage, “you get what you pay for.”
Anyone else have similar experiences they’d like to share?
Not only are they just plain new with style and amenities unavailable elsewhere, they offer unparalleled options for energy efficiency.
From the tour:
All Minnesota new homes are constructed to some of the strictest energy standards in the nation. But some go a step beyond. That’s what our new Energy Efficient Home Tour is all about. The Parade of Homes is showcasing those homes that are proven energy savers, in which the builder has taken an added measure to ensure that they perform to even tighter energy standards.
While some are certified ENERGY STAR®, MN GreenStar, LEED-H, or Wisconsin Green Build, all have been rated by an independent firm to verify that they are, indeed, energy-efficient homes.
And, if you visit an Energy Tour home, pick up a special coupon good at Warners’ Stellian for 10% off Select ENERGY STAR appliances and cooking appliances. Offer good on orders $499.95 through April 30 (restrictions apply). ENERGY STAR appliances use up to 50% less energy and water than standard new appliances, saving you money in the long run even though they usually cost a little bit extra at the time of purchase.
We’ll have thousands of appliance deals on hand for Warners’ Stellian’s (now-famous) Extreme Warehouse Sale, taking place 7 a.m. to 5 :30 p.m. Saturday, March 12 and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, March 13.
Though there’s absolutely no early shopping allowed, I can give you this little preview of the appliance discounts smart shoppers will be snapping up at our St. Paul appliance warehouse (550 Atwater Circle, 1 miles north of I-94 & Dale).
Our favorite event of the year is less than a week away.
The Warners’ Stellian Warehouse Sale is this Saturday, March 12 from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Shoppers turn out in droves for this sale, because we turn our headquarters into a discount appliance warehouse. We’ll have thousands of appliances, hundreds of them at or below cost.
We pull together scratch & dent appliances, closeouts, floor models of every category (refrigerators, stoves, washers and even grills and vacuums) from traditional brands to luxury models and pro-style appliances from brands that “never go on sale.”
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This Saturday, a pair of my girlfriends and I attended the Cooking the Market class at the new, expanded Kitchen in the Market (in the Midtown Global Market).
Verdict? Stark, raving mad about it. We can’t wait to go back.
Kitchen in the Market started in 2008, but owners Chef Molly Herrmann and Tracy Morgan just opened the new space — a shared commercial kitchen space as well as a cooking school and retail shop. See more if you’re curious.
We shook hands with some champagne cocktails before even removing our coats, and traced the origins of our delicious cheese (which led to numerous “Portlandia” references from our Peanuts Gallery), as guided by Grassroots Gourmet’s Vicky Potts. This intro eased the less-familiar cooks in the 16-person class into the experience, which is open to all levels.
Next, Molly took us on a tour of the market, highlighting the fresh, in-season and obscure (e.g. goat tenderloin). I jotted mental notes, as we created the night’s menu on the spot.
Our newly formed teams engaged in a menu-planning pow wow with the professionals (Molly and other chefs present) and got Market Money to buy necessary ingredients.
We got our goat…
…which probably wasn’t even a funny joke the first five times I used it.
After slicing the goat, we marinated it in zatter (a Middle Eastern spice none of us girls had ever heard of), each taking turns executing the steps Molly delineated.
Note the ubiquity of wine, equally important to those in our group who like to cook (me) and those who like to drink while watching others cook (Kelly).
Our goat “lollipops” entered the commercial convection oven pretty early in the night, compared to the duration of active time involved with other attendees’ dishes. Thus, we creeped on everyone else.
Another team prepared a Greek salad with wild rice.
This scene looks deceivingly chaotic. Everything remained calm and organized.
Smoked salmon croquettes with mango salsa.
Our team’s favorite dish: beef stew.
Tastefully simple (can I call this a) tablescape, with our free whisks. I love free stuff.
Hurry up, people. We’re ready to gorge.
Our presentation of skewered goat tenderloin with yogurt sauce (clearly, arranged with assistance).
Look at that, more wine! And the Greek salad…yum.
The beef stew atop pureed butternut squash proved the class favorite, as well.
Shaved brussels sprouts with lingonberries. Saffron rice.
Personally, I like when dessert isn’t afraid to tell me what to tell me what to do. A cookie who speaks her mind = very sexy. Though, hers wasn’t a bright future, unfortunately.
My appliance career peaked too early, last March to be exact.
The apex of discount appliances happened March 1, 2010 when the “Cash for Appliances” appliance rebate reservations began in MN.
The appliance stimulus, as we refer to it, promised money back on refrigerators, freezers, washers and dishwashers.
I was in heaven for that week. People got as excited about appliance deals then as we are every day here.
Many tried to take advantage of those appliance rebates, but only about 30,000 got to cash in their appliance “clunkers.” Many others were left without the appliance deal and are still waiting to replace.
Our appliance sales remained good in the months that followed, don’t get me wrong, but people still asked about the possibility of getting a big rebate for replacing an appliance. And we missed having a appliance rebate stimulus, too, frankly.
You’re not limited to just one rebate, which means you can get up to $1,200 total in rebates. Buy a laundry pair and get rebates on both the washer and dryer (and grab an extra $50 on qualifying pairs!). You are, however, limited to one rebate per appliance category with the exception of cooking; for instance, you can get a rebate on both a cooktop and wall oven.