Who is ALL, Inc.?
For more than 70 years, ALL Incorporated, a third-generation family owned business, has created a reputation for being one of the nation’s most reliable appliance and cabinet distributors. Our mission is to build solid relationships by providing vast knowledge of the industry, dependable deliveries, and continued customer support throughout Minnesota and Western Wisconsin.
By focusing on various markets that include single-to-multi-family residential, home remodeling, senior living, and hospitality, we work to create a positive experience in which every customer feels confident and proactive throughout the process of the remodel. Whether you're a homeowner or builder, consider our family as your partner in finding the best appliances on the market for any size project.
ALL Incorporated began as a coin-laundry leasing business in 1947. Working out of a parking garage in downtown Saint Paul, Minnesota, the company's founder, Sherman Rutzick, helped grow the family business into a regional leader of commercial and coin-operated laundry stores. Now in its third generation, ALL, Inc. has extended its services to meet the growing needs of home and commercial builders throughout the Twin Cities.
Questions about an upcoming kitchen remodel or replacing an old cabinet set? Let our experts help you make informed decisions about which appliances offer the most value to your home or apartment building.
A: Yes, ALL, Inc.’s appliance store and showroom is open to the public for quality cabinetry and discount appliances. Just stop in and let us give you a tour.
Q: Do you deliver outside of the Minneapolis-Saint Paul Metro?
A: ALL, Inc. delivers to homeowners and commercial builders throughout Minnesota and Western Wisconsin, including Rochester and St Cloud.
Q: Do you ship to properties outside of Minnesota?
A: Yes. ALL, Inc. can ship appliances to home and commercial properties outside the state of Minnesota.
Q: What is the best advice you can give someone who is replacing an old appliance?
A: Make sure you document all the dimensions of the old appliance, as this helps streamline the process of choosing its replacement.
Q: Is refacing my cabinet fronts less expensive than replacing my entire cabinet unit?
A: Refacing or restoring your old cabinets can cost just as much (or sometimes even more) than replacing the unit with new cabinets.
Have more questions? We’re here to help! Contact our store location today to speak with an expert in residential and commercial appliances.