Are you looking for a new fridge, dishwasher or washing machine? Maybe you’re after a bar fridge for the garage. Or, a juicer to jump-start your health kick?

Appliances and whitegoods don’t generally come cheap when it comes to commercial retailers (for example, it’s difficult to get a decent fridge under $600). Do you know that you can buy quality new appliances and whitegoods at auction and bypass the considerable costs?

Home Renovators

Auction houses selling whitegoods seconds and appliances online are a dream come true for home renovators and those who purchase homes with the intention of doing them up and selling them for a profit (otherwise known as ‘flipping’).  Reputable appliances and whitegoods are very attractive to renovators. Top brands like Westinghouse, Simpson, Electrolux, Blanco etc. are regularly available. Products range from brand new in box with warranty, to factory seconds with minor marks or scratches, and second hand goods or liquidated assets.

Kitchens are central to the home environment. We spend a lot of time here – even if it’s just to keep checking the fridge for food! A luxe kitchen is often a major selling point, particularly with the rise of the foodie movement and TV shows like ‘Master Chef’.

It’s possible to source fridges, cooktops, benches, ovens, tap ware and sinks from auctions at prices that allow for a great return on the resell of your home. You can create a phenomenal kitchen without the hefty price tag – the perfect way to add value to your property.

DIY Dreamers

Kitchen equipment & accessories for sale at auction present massive opportunities for those who are handy with a hammer and a nail. Avoid the costs of buying new and paying for installation by picking up a genuine bargain. You can easily transform a kitchen or a laundry from drab to fab.

This is at a fraction of the cost you would incur buying retail. Goods scored at auction (coupled with a little elbow grease) make it all very achievable. Maybe you’re looking to update your kitchen into a retro paradise? Or, you prefer to create a modern masterpiece? Whatever the style – you can regularly find stock at auction that can help you achieve your DIY dreams.

Surplus stock from liquidators often means ‘as new’ packaged appliances and whitegoods at auction.  They can transform your home into something fresh and shiny. Or, if you’re more into the charming, old-fashioned look you can find a host of appliances and whitegoods that fit the bill. After all, auctions are the best way to source vintage goods at prices you can easily afford. Some items may require a bit of restoring, but for some that’s all part of the fun.

Thrift Shoppers

Those who watch their pennies will appreciate the value of shopping for appliances and whitegoods at auction.  You can actually save up to 70 percent off the regular retail price with your winning bid. If you are conscious of your hip pocket this presents a massive opportunity.

Some people enjoy the thrill of bargain hunting. Others would rather save their pennies for other things in life. Whether it’s a holiday or a jet ski, the money that you save by buying at auction can be spent on whatever really matters to you.

Whatever you are looking for – you can find appliances and whitegoods at auction at a price that won’t put a dent in your pocket. Lloyds Auctioneers and Valuers present quality and value for money. With regular lots offering a wide range of appliances and whitegoods you can find exactly what you are searching for quickly and easily either onsite or (even more conveniently) online. Check out the exciting range online today.

Matt Kalinski

Head Of Valuations

Qualifications & Affiliations

American Society of Appraisers Candidate Member

Certified Practicing Valuer AVAA


Matt has been in the valuations space for many years and has extensive experience in the space across an abundance of various industries. He now leads the valuations teams for Lloyds Auctions with a passion for encouraging his team to set and achieve high goals and produce great results for the company whilst growing the team’s skills starting with a great culture and team mindset.