At Airport Home Appliance, we give you the most!
San Jose, CA (Vocus/PRWEB) July 12, 2011
Airport Home Appliance in San Jose carries energy efficient appliances that help to reduce energy consumption. The shop is an avid supporter of green appliances which involve Energy Star-qualified products guaranteed to have low prices and save customers on their utility bills.
In addition to being a green company, Airport Home Appliance can save its customers up to 50 percent off on its gigantic warehouse sale.
"At Airport Home Appliance, we give you the most! We are a family owned and operated business that guarantees low prices on a large selection of more than 60 famous brands and have a professionally-trained staff to assist you to deliver and install all products," said Don Van Eeghen owner Airport Home Appliance.
Airport Home Appliance’s first priority is customer satisfaction. They offer only the best name brands, such as Whirlpool and Frigidaire.
For more information about Airport Home Appliances, please call (408) 899-8270 or visit them on the web at http://www.sanjosecawashingmachines.com for more details. Customers will enjoy browsing the online store to discover the wide range of quality appliances and products available.
About Airport Home Appliance
Airport Home Appliance is a family-owned appliance superstore that offers an unmatched selection of home appliances at significant discounts. Don Van Eeghen and his family have owned and operated the store for the past quarter century and the business is affectionately known as “The Mom, Pop and Daughter Shop.”
The store boasts over 80 brands of top-name appliances, more than any other store of its kind in the Bay Area. Appliances, faucets and sinks can all be found at both showrooms. And because the inventory runs the gamut from economy models to high-end brands, there’s something to fit every budget. They offer stoves, refrigerators, washing machines and dryers on sale and the very best in products such as Whirlpool Washing Machines and Frigidaire Washing Machines.
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