What should you do with your broken, damaged, or malfunctioning appliances: does it make more sense to repair them, or replace them? In a perfect world, one could indefinitely continue repairing a well-made appliance and it would continue to serve you from the day you bought it to the day you move out. Appliances of the past were made to last, but planned obsolescence seems to be universal these days, forcing you to replace them because the repairs grow costly with computerized systems.
This is a case of "you get what you pay for" and this means that if you spend more on your initial purchase, then repairs tend to be justified, whereas on the less expensive units, cost of repair may well (and usually does) exceed the replacement price.
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When you're moving to a new home, sometimes the appliances are part of the package, and sometimes they're not. Even if they are, one of the quickest and easiest ways to instantly refresh your home is to purchase a new appliance package for the kitchen. Appliances can really set the tone for your kitchen decor, and what you choose depends largely upon how you use your kitchen. Nowadays you can even order bespoke kitchen appliances.