Wolf Countertop Appliances

New from Wolf at Arizona Wholesale Supply

Countertop Appliances

Known for their Professional Style Cooktops, Ovens, and Ranges, Wolf is now bringing their reputation for quality and durability to countertop appliances. Under the Sub Zero Wolf corporate umbrella, the new line of countertop appliances will have the same Wolf heavy-duty commercial styling, along with the superb performance that Wolf customers have come to expect.

The collection includes a powerful blender, a four-slice and a two-slice toaster, and an amazing countertop oven that features convection and comes with a temperature probe for perfect results. Here's Wolf's description of this must have appliance:

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WOLF COUNTERTOP OVEN

The Wolf Gourmet countertop oven with convection makes roasting mouthwatering tenderloin as easy as it is in a Wolf range. The integrated temperature probe gives you the precise control to roast meats to perfection without ever opening the oven door, and the unique perimeter convection mode ensures uniform heat throughout the oven. You will enjoy faster, more consistent, more predictably delicious results for your baking, roasting, and broiling. This oven will perform expertly for years to come.

Checkout the collection of Wolf Countertop Appliances at your nearest Arizona Wholesale Supply location below. While you're there, ask about saving money on the full-sized big brothers of these countertop products – the new lineup of Wolf built-in ovens, ranges and cooktops.


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Review of K+BB Criteria for Choosing a Cooktop

Kitchen and Bath Business Drops the Ball

Advice for choosing a cooktop according to the “experts”.

I regularly read the articles in Kitchen and Bath Business (K+BB) for the latest news in appliances. It’s generally quite informative. Sometimes articles appear to be written by folks who are writers, but not necessarily SMEs (Subject Matter Experts). While there is nothing wrong with this, when they don’t conduct thorough research and fact-check their information, the advice they give can be misleading. Consider the recent article:

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Five Criteria to choosing the right cooktop

Here are my comments on the above article’s content.

1. Size considerations.

The author proclaims that if you need extra counter space, you should consider an electric smoothtop or induction top because you can use it as counter-space. Think about this. Your cooktop is a big investment. It’s obviously heat resistant and durable, but it is not a cutting board, nor is it a work surface. Yes, you might put down a bag of groceries on it now and then (carefully), but really it’s not a food prep station or general use countertop. If you drop something on it, your cooktop can break, costing you hundreds of dollars.

2. Cooking habits.

Again, the author’s advice is generally OK, but could be more useful – until she trips up with this doozy.

“..please note, though, that induction cooktops only work with cast iron, enamel cast iron or stainless steel cookware.”

Just about everyone in the industry knows that there are many stainless steel pots and pans that will not work on induction cooktops. The test is to place a magnet on the bottom of the pan. If the magnet sticks you’re OK, if not, the cookware is not usable on induction.

3. Energy usage.

It’s a big mistake to make energy usage a deciding factor in purchasing a cooktop, but the KB+B author jumps right in with her recommendations. Though I’m a big fan of saving energy, it’s unwise to decide among a gas vs. electric vs. induction cooktop based on energy usage. The total difference in energy cost among the various cooktops will not amount to much at all. Worry instead about the energy usage of an air conditioner or water heater – even washer, dryer, and refrigerator. The difference in energy costs on cooktop types is just not significant.

4. Safety considerations.

Here the author begins by stating that if safety is your concern then you should only choose electric or induction. WOW! Millions of us cook with gas. Are we disregarding the safety and well-being of our families? Seriously?

5. Maintenance and Care.

There’s an opportunity here for lots of good advice on cooktop maintenance and care, but alas the author just can’t seem to provide informed content even here.

Here’s my advice to K+BB: You have a stable full of great designers who write articles for you, and there are also many specialists available to you who are expert on appliances, cabinets, countertops, and other topics. There’s nothing wrong with using a writer (in this case a PR person) to produce your content, but at least have a subject matter expert review his or her content before publishing.


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Arizona Wholesale Supply and Mattamy Homes

Featured Builder: Mattamy Homes


Mattamy Homes is Canada’s largest home builder, with operations across Canada and the United States. In the United States, the company is represented in five metropolitan areas: Minneapolis, Charlotte, Phoenix, Jacksonville and Orlando.

Communities in Arizona include:

  • Goodyear – Palm Valley North
  • Buckeye – Verrado
  • Mesa – Eastmark
  • Mesa – Granite Ridge COMING SOON!
  • Peoria – Crosspointe
  • Peoria – Desert Vista in Vistancia
  • Peoria – Westland Heights in Vistancia
  • Surprise – Marley Park Estates
  • Surprise – Marley Park Heritage

Mattamy is involved in every aspect of neighborhood planning, from acquiring the land, designing the homes and striving to deliver an exceptional customer experience. The 750 people who work in Mattamy’s divisions and professional disciplines are committed to providing the best homeowner experience; Mattamy is universally recognized for its commitment to customer satisfaction, and continually ranks at the top of most homeowner satisfaction surveys.

Design Center Services

With a host of products and services, Arizona Wholesale Supply offers home builders the ability to provide their home buyers a one-stop shopping experience that works best for builder and the buyer. Here’s how this works for Mattamy Homes Arizona division.

At a dedicated Mattamy Homes Design Center featuring a wide array of products from Arizona Wholesale, experienced design consultants working with scheduled appointments guide new home buyers through the selection process. From new appliances and floor covering, through cabinets, countertops, lighting, and even window treatments, buyers can colorize and compare to get just the right combination for their lifestyle and their budget.

Take a tour through the design center below:

 


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Arizona Wholesale Supply Offsite Design Studio

Learn About Homebuyer Selection Centers

Arizona Wholesale Supply Builder Services

Of course, everyone knows that Arizona Wholesale Supply (AWS) is Arizona's largest builder distributor with operations in Phoenix, Scottsdale, and Tucson. It's also no surprise that homebuilders often send their new home buyers to one of these AWS showroom locations to select their appliances, floor coverings, and window treatments. BUT, very few people know that Arizona Wholesale Supply operates an offsite design studio for one of Arizona's leading homebuilders.

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At this builder specific design studio, home buyers select not only appliances, floor coverings, and window treatments, but Arizona Wholesale Supply design consultants also help home buyers with their selections of cabinets, countertops, lighting options, and much more. Click on the YouTube video below to visit this amazing facility:

In addition to operating separate builder design studios, AWS trained consultants make house calls! That's right, Arizona Wholesale Supply sends its own design consultants to builder selection centers in model home complexes to meet with buyers and assist them in selecting their options and upgrades.

Model Home Complex

Model Home Complex

For more information about Arizona Wholesale Supply's design studio services contact Bill Parks at 602 258-7901.
 

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Phoenix 602 258-7901, Scottsdale 480 596-0092, Tucson 520 795-4663

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Why Home Builders Choose Arizona Wholesale

Focus on Serving the Builder Trade

Everyone knows that home builders need good prices so that they can meet their home buyers expectations. But there is much more than low prices to being a good supplier to the homebuilder market. It begins with having an understanding of the construction industry itself. That means knowing the building process, construction schedules, purchase order systems, and much more. Arizona Wholesale Supply Co. has been around for over seventy years, and has a long and successful history working with Arizona building trades.

The business model at Arizona Wholesale is based on serving all aspects of the trade from architects and designers, multi-family as well as single-family, and large production builders to small custom builders and remodelers. The folks at Arizona Wholesale feel that it’s their business to understand your business. With the resurgence of new home construction, and remodeling it’s important for the building trades to have suppliers that they can count on. Here’s what you can expect from Arizona Wholesale Supply:

  1. Dedicated sales help that knows their products and can make good recommendations that fit your needs.
  2. The best selection and availability of brands and models in appliances, water purification, floor coverings, window treatments, and more.
  3. A large fleet of delivery trucks with trained installers to fit within your scheduling needs.
  4. A company owned factory trained and authorized service department.
  5. Branches in Phoenix, Scottsdale, and Tucson with complete appliance and flooring showrooms capable of serving as YOUR selection centers.

These are a few of the reasons why Arizona Wholesale Supply Company is the leading builder distributor in Arizona.

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Make a Statement with Granite

Take a well-designed kitchen and add a luscious slab of hand-selected granite and kick everything up a notch.

By choosing a slab with personality such as this one, the countertop and backsplash add the dramatic touch that make this space stand out. The movement of gold through the light and dark greys of this granite turn the surface into a work of art.

If you are planning a kitchen, bath or bar counter like this one, a careful selection of granite can make the space come to life. Notice how the stainless steel pops against the darker grey and the wood cabinets tie in with the gold. This granite choice pulls both elements together to create an integrated whole.

With Arizona Wholesale, you have the opportunity to select your own granite slab. To choose the best option for your home, bring samples of any surrounding finishes, including cabinets and your metal surface choice. You may have selected your granite based on the samples, but once you see the full slabs, don’t feel obligated to stay with the same type. You may find that another choice that you never considered before captures your attention. That’s the advantage of looking at full slabs before you make your final selection.

Color, contrast and pattern combine to create the finished look of your granite. Because of cut requirements, it’s hard to say what part of the pattern will appear on what section of your final installation. But with a good choice, your home will shine with the power of this versatile and beautiful stone.

Take a look at our countertop options for more ideas!