Lifestyle Appliance & Entertainment Center has service after the sale

The business has four factory-trained service technicians.

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Bigg Egg Grills, seen in foreground, and major brand appliances are available at Lifestyle Appliance & Entertainment Center in Jamestown.
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Lifestyle Appliance & Entertainment Center offers two services that are unique: free delivery and service after the sale, said owners Toni and Colin Wegenast.

“For what we do, we’re the only ones in the area that do have service technicians on hand and can service anything we sell,” Toni said.

Colin said the business services almost all major brands.

“We’re lucky enough that it has brought us pretty faithful repeat customers for a number of years because if we sell it to you we can service it,” Toni said. “We don’t sell anything we cannot service here.”


With more technology in appliances these days, Colin said Lifestyle Appliance’s four factory-trained service technicians can also help with customers’ questions about them.

Lifestyle Appliance provides free delivery and will recycle people’s old appliances for free, Toni said.

“The appliances that you purchase here, the fridges, ranges, washer, dryer, they’re ready for you to use when we walk out the door (after installation),” she said.

Installation is free with the exception of dishwashers and microwaves, Toni said.

Lifestyle Appliance sells Big Green Egg grills, a ceramic cooker and smoker, along with the charcoal used with them for cooking. Colin said the grills burn all natural charcoal (oak and hickory).

“We sell a lot of them (grills) because they have had food that a friend cooked on one,” Toni said.

Charcoal gives food a nice flavor, Colin said.

Lifestyle Appliance also sells Nordic hot tubs and supplies for hot tubs.


The business is now selling Amazing Rest brand mattresses, along with foundations (box springs) and frames, Toni said. People can try out those mattresses in their warehouse, she said.

“They’re made in Wisconsin,” Colin said, and have a good warranty.

Colin said supply chain issues are improving with parts and inventory for the business, which has been in existence for 45 years and includes many long-term employees.

“All these years in business wouldn't be possible without our amazing employees and customer and we truly appreciate it,” Colin said.

Lifestyle Appliance & Entertainment Center hours are 8:30 am. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday. Call 252-8111 or email .

Kathy Steiner has been the editor of The Jamestown Sun since 1995. She graduated from Valley City State College with a bachelor's degree in English and studied mass communications at North Dakota State University, Fargo. She reports on business, government and community topics in the Jamestown area. Reach her at 701-952-8449 or
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