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Built-In Appliances

These devices are part of the permanent construction, they become almost invisible, and this is their greatest asset. The fact that they blend in with any home dcor makes them very popular features since they also add convenience and value to the house.

Built-in appliances cannot be moved, this is a myth. If a range or refrigerator seemingly built into the kitchen, it's probably a portable unit that's simply slid into a preexisting nook. It seems permanent, but it's actually transportable, offering the best of both worlds: the look of stability without the commitment.

Everything has its pros and cons, Built in appliances are great space savers, unlike free-standing machines, they are literally backed against a wall, creating more floor space. And due to their solid construction, they are simple to manage and easier to maintain and operate. They are available in a variety of design styles and sizes, and often come with more features and options. The only caution needed to be taken is when buying new units to replace older items, make sure they fit in terms of width to avoid further remodeling.