Home delivery for the zip code entered is not available at this time. ABC Warehouse currently provides home delivery on major appliances and TVs within our Home Delivery Areas throughout Michigan, and surrounding areas of our store locations in Ohio and Indiana.

Delivery Information

Free home delivery is available within our service area in Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana via mail in rebate.

Please provide clear access for your product being delivered.

Home Delivery Includes: All appliances are unpacked and set in place.

Home Delivery and Installation Includes: All appliances are unpacked and set in place. If applicable, the appliance will be installed. Dishwashers, ovens, cooktops, range hoods, ice makers and other built-in appliances are delivered to your home and left in cartons. We can recommend a sub-contractor to provide installation.

Haul Away: Please make sure all items are disconnected before pickup. The old item will be removed from the home. All items must be empty and ready to be removed. Haul-away is currently available on Appliances and Mattresses. Currently, we are not able to haul away old furniture.

Move: Your sales invoice must specify that moving of old appliances or haul-away services have been pre-arranged. Drivers will move old appliances as specified, on a one-to-one basis, to the side of your home or basement providing the appliance is disconnected from existing water, gas and/or power, and is empty and ready to be moved. Drivers will be as careful as possible, but we cannot be responsible for damage to the old unit or property when moving. Drivers cannot dismantle or make house alterations when removing your old appliance.

In-Store Pick-Up: Before going to the store, please wait to receive your store pickup notification e-mail. This email arrives within 30 minutes* on average, and confirms that your product is in stock and available for pickup.

For security purposes, only the person who placed the order can pick it up. Please bring your order #, photo ID, and the purchasing credit card (the name on the credit card used for purchase must match the name of the person who is picking up the order). If you purchased using a Gift Card only, please bring your order #, photo ID, and Gift Card with you.

Look for the "Internet Order Pick-Up" signs or ask the nearest salesperson to direct you.

*If you have ordered after store hours, you will not receive the store pickup notification E-mail until the next business day.

In order to avoid cancellation, please pick up your item(s) within 48 hours.


Extended Warranty

No Deductibles | Fully Transferable | All Labor | All Parts | Factory Service | 800# for Service

Extend the original Manufacturer's Product Warranty for up to 5 years and receive up to 50% Merchandise Credit Back if you don't use it.


No Check-Ups or Repairs, Get Up To 50% Of Cost of Warranty Plus Coverage Towards Your Next Major Electronics or Appliance Purchase, 90 Days To Redeem For Merchandise Credit, Call Our Toll Free Number.

*including Manufacturer's Warranty

ABC Warehouse offers Extended Warranty Plans on the item(s) listed below. Please select from the following Warranty Options to include with your purchase.

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    Decoding the TV Technology Alphabet Soup: OLED, QNED, QLED, LED, 4K, and 8K

    Decoding the TV Technology Alphabet Soup: OLED, QNED, QLED, LED, 4K, and 8K

    With the rapid advancement of technology, the world of televisions has become increasingly complex and diverse. Among the sea of acronyms and terms like OLED, QNED, QLED, LED, 4K, and 8K, it's easy to feel overwhelmed. In this blog, we'll demystify these terms and explore the key differences between these TV technologies, helping you make an informed decision when it comes to choosing your next television.

    OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode):
    OLED TVs have gained popularity due to their exceptional picture quality. Unlike traditional LED TVs, OLEDs don't require a separate backlight. Each pixel in an OLED panel emits its own light, resulting in true blacks, vibrant colors, and excellent contrast. This technology enables OLED displays to achieve infinite contrast ratios, wider viewing angles, and faster response times, delivering a truly immersive visual experience.

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    QNED (Quantum Nano Emitting Diode):
    QNED is a relatively new technology that combines quantum dot and nanocell technology. These TVs use a backlight with mini-LEDs and a layer of quantum dots to enhance color accuracy and brightness. By incorporating quantum dots, QNED displays can achieve a wider color gamut, resulting in more vivid and lifelike images. QNED technology aims to bridge the gap between OLED and QLED displays, offering improved picture quality at a more affordable price point.

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    QLED (Quantum Dot Light Emitting Diode):
    QLED is a technology developed by Samsung that uses quantum dots to enhance the color performance of LED TVs. These tiny particles emit light when illuminated by a backlight, producing a wide color gamut and high peak brightness. QLED displays offer excellent color accuracy and brightness, making them a popular choice for those who prioritize vibrant visuals. While they provide impressive picture quality, QLEDs may not achieve the same level of contrast and viewing angles as OLEDs.

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    LED (Light Emitting Diode):
    LED TVs are the most common and affordable option available today. They use an array of light-emitting diodes as a backlight source behind the liquid crystal display (LCD) panel. LED technology offers good brightness, energy efficiency, and a wide range of screen sizes. However, LED TVs may struggle with achieving deep blacks and can have more limited viewing angles compared to OLED and QLED displays.

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    4K and 8K Resolution:
    Resolution refers to the number of pixels a TV screen can display. 4K resolution, also known as Ultra HD, consists of 3840x2160 pixels, four times the resolution of Full HD (1920x1080). 4K displays offer greater detail, sharpness, and improved clarity, especially on larger screens. 8K resolution takes it a step further, with a whopping 7680x4320 pixels, providing an even more immersive viewing experience. However, it's important to note that the availability of native 8K content is still limited.

    When it comes to choosing a TV, understanding the differences between OLED, QNED, QLED, LED, 4K, and 8K technologies is crucial. OLED TVs excel in producing deep blacks, wide viewing angles, and vibrant colors. QNED aims to provide a balance between OLED and QLED with improved picture quality at a competitive price. QLED displays offer excellent color performance and brightness, while LED TVs remain a budget-friendly option. As for resolution, 4K and 8K provide greater detail and clarity, but the availability of native content should be considered.

    Ultimately, your choice will depend on your preferences, budget, and the viewing environment. It's advisable to compare different models, consider the specific features and characteristics that matter to you, and if possible, experience the TVs in person before making a decision. With this knowledge in hand, you can confidently navigate the ever-evolving landscape of TV technology and find the perfect display for your entertainment needs.

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    Find all of the top brands at ABC Warehouse; LG, Samsung, Sony, and more! Get Free Delivery on TVs over 55" and Financing is available!