Chef Appliances Company Background
Currently a subsidiary of the Electrolux Corporation, Chef Appliances has been in business since 1937 when Scottish immigrant Edgar Ferrier and his sons Sidney and Frederick began making cast iron stoves in a shed in the backyard of their Melbourne home. The Chef name was coined soon after by Edgar's wife Rose Mary. Chef Appliances made its commercial debut with the invention of Australia's first pressed sheet metal stove in 1948. Chef Appliances have always kept pace with the Australian way of life, evolving and leading the way in the market for 50 years.
Chef is now a part of the larger Electrolux, granting them resources and expertise to make their range of appliances even better. However, the additional means at their disposal do not take away from Chef's stand alone achievements, beginning in 1948 with their first pressed metal stove. In 1965 Chef Appliances shipped their first international export to Hong Kong, starting the spread of their now worldwide reputation for quality. Innovation was the catchword in the 1970's when Chef created the first natural gas cooktop burner and pioneered a new enabling system. From having their appliances displayed at Harrods in London to being chosen as the main domestic supplier of appliances for the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, Chef Appliances have a history of distinction.
With a goal of making their appliances versatile, efficient and easy to use, Chef continues to expand their reputation for quality. Their 80-litre capacity ovens are sure to be large enough for all your cooking needs. You'll please your family and friends with the ability to cook roasts, casseroles and biscuits with ease and you'll know that the stainless steel or classic white looks will blend seamlessly into your kitchen. Quiet and durable, Chef ovens don't need to be fussed over. With conventional, fan-forced or multifunction models, there's an oven that's perfect for your cooking style. And with a choice of either built in or separate grills, your options for making any dish you can imagine are wide open. Find your new oven today at a greatly discounted, best price guaranteed - only at Appliances Online.
Chef's freestanding cookers are compact on the outside so they can fit in any kitchen (they are designed to fit in the standard 550mm space of the Australian home) but have the same generous 80-litre capacity as their ovens. You'll have no problem cooking up a tasty, healthy meal that will be sure to please your family and guests. Built with quality and durability in mind, Chef enamel cookers come in conventional or fan forced models. Also available in both gas and electric models you'll be able to find the perfect cooker for whatever fuel supply you have in your home.
Since even the best recipes can produce unwanted odours and greasy steam during preparation, Chef's line of rangehoods will be sure to keep your kitchen fresh and clean. With equipped lights, a Chef rangehood will also shed a bit of light on your cooking. The centrifugal fans draw moisture and odours away from your kitchen meaning there's no need for any extra cleaners and the filters are easily removed for cleaning in your dishwasher. Chef rangehoods are available in three varieties: Canopy hoods that feature a slim, modern profile, Retractable hoods that are designed to blend into your cabinetry and Fixed hoods that are installed directly on the wall of your kitchen.
If your current oven is unable to meet your growing demands, why not consider a new one from Appliances Online. Our prices can't be beat and our customer service is second to none. If you have any questions before or after your new appliance purchase, we are here to answer 7 days a week. Our friendly and courteous staff will help you in all your appliance needs. Shop with confidence right here at Appliances Online.
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