Courtney Black, Showroom Manager
"Appliances have a dramatic impact on how beautiful and capable the kitchen can be,” says John Tisdel, president of John Tisdel Fine Appliances. “The over 120 appliances on display in our new 7,000 sq. ft. Mason showroom will help consumers better understand how an appliance will appear in their kitchen so they won’t be surprised upon installation.”
The first question you will be asked when you visit Tisdel’s showroom is a simple: What are you looking for? With that, relax and take the tour. “It will,” says Tisdel, “be a passionate experience like no other. We will make you comfortable, we will answer your questions respectfully and fully, and we won’t pressure you to buy – the decision, as it should be, is all yours.”
The only surprise visiting Tisdel’s showroom is that it won’t look like the photos you see on these pages. It’s much better than we can show here. Passion is best experienced in person.
The new showroom clearly ranks within the top 10 appliance showrooms in the U.S., similar to those in New York City, Boston, Atlanta, and Chicago. Visits are by appointment only to insure that every consumer is given plenty of time to see, touch, and, if desired, test the appliances within the cooking theater, which is built-in to the showroom.