5 Key Appliances That Are Worth Every Peso
Find out why you need to splurge on these must-haves
While some homeowners spend on furniture, there are those who put their money on appliances. I've seen clients settle for cofa (original Monobloc) chairs in the dining area, but are willing to purchase top-of-the-line appliances. It's just a matter of deciding on what is important to you.
Generally, people invest in energy-efficient appliances by reputable brands (for after sales services and warranties), even if these are more expensive than the regular kind. Given the promise of lower electricity consumption (by 20% to 30%), inverter-type appliances are widely popular. While not all types of appliances are available in this variant, take note of their energy-efficiency ratio instead—the higher the number, the better. Here are some appliances you may consider investing in:
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