The Appliance Guide was created as a free resource to help consumers purchase the best appliances for their requirements. If you’re looking for something with a specific purpose in mind or that has a feature you really need, we’re here to help you find the best possible solution.
We spend hours researching each of our guides to cut through the marketing talk and give you an honest representation of the different options.
What Sets Us Apart
Whenever I need to purchase a new item, I’m the kind of person that spends hours scouring reviews, reading forums, and watching YouTube videos to make sure I’m spending my money wisely, even for the smallest of purchases!Joe Jackson – Founder of The Appliance Guide
I’ve brought this mindset to The Appliance Guide so you know that when we recommend a product, it’s because we truly believe it is the best option for you.
Our core philosophy is based around problem solving. If we feel the best solution is the cheapest (or even free) option, we will always recommend it over an expensive product that is simply not required for the problem at hand.
We believe that by solving our readers problems in the most effective way possible, we can build a resource that people will trust and keep coming back to.
Our Research Process
The first step in our research process is to figure out exactly what the problem is we are trying to solve. We research what questions people are asking and the ins and outs of the problem at hand. You’ll notice that most of our articles have an FAQ section.
Next, we research the potential solutions to the problem. Since we primarily cover appliance related problems, usually the best solution is to purchase a specific appliance. But this isn’t always the case! Sometimes you can make do with what you already have and a new purchase is not necessary. If we find this to be the case, we will let you know.
When reviewing appliances, unfortunately, we don’t currently have the capability to test them all ourselves. Instead, we scour through professional reviews, user reviews, YouTube videos, forums, and anything else we can find. We then pick out any useful bits we find relevant to the problem at hand, and present our findings in a way that’s easy to digest and compare.