Since 1982, ADU has been a top destination for DC-area home builders, designers, contractors, property managers, and homeowners, offering a unique one-on-one purchasing experience for kitchen appliances.
Every ADU customer is assigned a dedicated Client Account Manager who personally walks them through a curated appliance selection process, from planning to delivery. Managers undergo regular training and have expert knowledgeable of each product, ensuring that appliances fit clients’ needs, kitchen space and design, while avoiding issues with clearance, fuel type and availability. The managers can also communicate with the customer’s builder or designer to discuss potential issues so that homeowners aren't required to learn appliance technicalities.
Customers are encouraged to bring ideas, plans, and elevations for their projects to the company’s beautiful Takoma Park showroom. Designed with functional kitchen spaces and vignettes to display how appliances will look in the home, the showroom is full of inspiration for every kind of dream kitchen.
ADU carries a wide range of product lines—including GE, Café, Monogram, Subzero, Wolf, Cove, Bosch, Thermador, Miele, Fisher & Paykel, and many more—enabling them to cater to various project sizes and budgets.
Schedule an appointment at ADU here.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/from_builders_to_homeowners_ADU_offers_the_best_kitchen_appliances_in_the_a/21131.
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