Over the last few decades, white goods have come down in price considerably. Items that were once a luxury enjoyed by a select few are now an indispensable part of everyday life. The downside of this is that we now rely on these devices completely.
In line with the latest government guidelines for Hampshire, the Walworth showroom is now closed.
The team are still on hand via phone, email and social channels to discuss your requirements. Please do Contact Us for a consultation on our availability for Collections, Deliveries, Installations & Repairs, all made in a socially distanced manner.
Everyone at Walworth wishes you the very best for 2021, and we look forward to the tier restrictions easing so we can welcome you back to our showroom.
As we approach Christmas, the team here at Walworth would like to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We’d like to take the opportunity to thank all our loyal customers for their continued support.
We have revised opening hours for the festive period:
Friday 18th: Open 14:30 – 17:30
Saturday 19th: Open 9:00 – 15:00
Sunday 20th: CLOSED
Monday 21st: Open 9:00-17:30
Tuesday 22nd: Open 9:00-17:30
Wednesday 23rd: Open 9:00-17:30
Thursday 24th: Open 8:30-13:00
25th, 26th, 27th: CLOSED
There are many factors to consider when choosing an appliance, such as price, brand and size – another element that you must take into account is whether you prefer integrated, or built-in, appliances, or freestanding appliances.
When choosing appliances, there is a lot to think about. Is it energy efficient? Should it be freestanding or integrated? What is your budget? A freezer is no different. However, the main option you are faced with when choosing a freezer for your home or business, be it a restaurant or hotel, for instance, is whether you should pick a chest freezer, an upright freezer or an under counter model.
Significant appliances like washing machines and fridges can be costly to repair and replace. When you buy appliances, you want them to last as long as possible, so you don’t have to make those expensive purchases more frequently than necessary. That’s why it’s essential to perform some basic maintenance and care on your appliances to keep them in tip-top condition and ensure they last as long as possible.
Running a commercial kitchen, supermarket or other type of business that requires refrigeration appliances, means you need to be on top of your equipment to ensure your food is preserved and you’re not paying exorbitant amount of money in energy bills (or in wasted food) at the end of the month.