Sales & Service of Electrical Appliances

In the early days the company sold appliances to homeowners. Electric stoves, washing machines and refrigerators were especially popular since they made for less work and more leisure. In 1915 the company sold 664 electric ranges, more than any other electric company in the United States. The company later sold electric appliances in its retail stores and hired employees to show homemakers how to use the new devices.

Through the 1930s, the company also employed a home service department to respond to calls and repair appliances. The company went door-to-door with the purpose of discovering electrical appliances in need of repair and fixing them. 

Fix it truck from 1937

Earn cash for your old fridge

Your refrigerator may not be a relic from the 1930s, but refrigerators built before 1990 can use up to three times more electricity than today’s efficient models. Have your old refrigerator or freezer picked up for proper recycling and earn a cash incentive.

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