Allstar Home Appliance Center in Waterbury Celebrating 35th Anniversary
Waterbury, Connecticut's premier full service home appliance retail store is currently celebrating its 35th anniversary
By: Allstar Home Appliance Center
"We are also authorized to provide service and repairs for all major brands and the repairs carry a one year guarantee on parts and labor," explained owner John Ciccio, "plus we offer an extensive parts department covering all brands."
Recently photographed with Allstar Home Appliance Owner John Ciccio were his wife Pamela Ciccio, Jeffrey Luciani, Jay Constanzo, Christopher Bozzuto and Joshua Gibbons. Missing from the photo were Mariano Martinez and Jacob Maisto.
The first Allstar Home Appliance store was located in 1984 on Baldwin Street and offered service of major appliances and sales of reconditioned appliances. In 1992 when the store relocated to Lakewood Road, it became an authorized seller for Whirlpool, Kitchen-Aid, MAYTAG, Jenn-Air, and Amana and offered all the same services for maintenance of appliances.
"Today we continue to offer the same professional, friendly, and efficient service plus consistently competitive pricing on new appliances that are often lower than big box stores. Recently we expanded to offer scratch and dent appliances that help consumers save 30 to 50% on appliances.
"We believe that Allstar Appliance offers consistently personable and efficient service plus money-saving brand-name products and product expertise. Our competitive pricing is consistently as good, often lower than the many big box stores," emphasized Ciccio.
"We pride ourselves," Ciccio continued, "on providing friendly, personalized service to meet the needs of each customer. We are so personalized, we don't have an 800 # because we want to talk with every customer."
A prominent member in the Waterbury community, Allstar Home Appliance Center has been a supportive member of the Waterbury Regional Chamber for 16 years, sponsor and participant in fundraising events for such area non-profit organizations as Acts 4 Ministry, Inc., and John Ciccio has served as a co-chair for the food ministry Harvest Pack.
Allstar Home Appliance Center is located at 1215 Thomason Avenue in Waterbury and is open Mondays through Wednesdays and Fridays from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Thursdays 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. As a family-owned and operated business, they are closed on Sundays.
To learn more about Allstar Home Appliance Center in Waterbury, call 203-597-0363, email to allstarappliance@