Right from the first appliance produced by this family-owned company in a small German mill in 1899, Miele has had a long history of a serious commitment to innovation and customer service.
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Today the company continues its tradition of product development and exacting attention to detail according to their motto ’forever better’. As well as being durable and longlasting, the technical quality of Miele products is matched by their elegance as a design object. Understated, yet beautiful, they fit seamlessly into any home, whether contemporary or heritage. Reinforcing the company’s commitment to customer service and innovation, the Miele gallery in Knoxfield, Victoria is the first of a number of progressive concept showrooms soon to be launched in all of Australia’s major cities.
Electrical ovens, rangehoods, microwaves, combi ovens, cooktops, plate warmers, steam ovens, coffee machines, dishwashers, refrigeration, washing machines, dryers and combination washer/dryers.
Miele is accredited to Environmental Standard DINENISO 14001. By producing robust appliances that will last for years, Miele has been conserving natural resources ever since the company was founded.
Miele’s insistence that their machines should make economical use of electricity, water and detergent is a further factor in this concept of quality.
Ephraim Island, Qld; Walsh Bay, NSW; Manhattan, NSW; The Espy, Vic; The Hallmark, Vic; Air Apartments, SA; Raffles, WA.
Miele Projects division works with business partners to maximise a project’s potential. Miele consultants work with project managers, developers, investors and residents to customise the product to the development, complement the design and achieve an optimal outcome for all concerned. Other support services include group cooking classes and a fully integrated technical and after-sales service network.
Stock on hand for emergency delivery. For orders larger than 10 apartments, 4 months.
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