Summit Appliance carries over 600 basic models of specialty refrigerators and freezers, including the industry's largest collection of built-in undercounter and ADA compliant models. Summit's residential and professional product line includes a large selection of frost-free refrigerators, gas and electric ranges, gas, induction, and electric cooktops (some of which are manufactured in its Bronx premises), wine cellars, beer dispensers, laundry, dishwashers, and weatherproof outdoor appliances. They also serve the commercial and food service market with beverage centers, display freezers, and other appliances that comply with NSF standards. It serves the medical market through AccuCold by Summit Appliance, where its line includes vaccine refrigeration, low temperature freezers, and general purpose refrigeration. PureTherm by Summit Appliance specializes in warming cabinets.
Summit Appliance is well known for having one of the largest supply of appliances for small kitchens, selling their first mini-fridge in the U.S. back in 1970 Summit sells specialty products where base units are modified to meet the specific needs of specialty markets.
Since 2006, Summit Appliance has worked with the New York City Department of Small Business Services to train its manufacturing and operations staff. In 2014, it was recognized as one of the leading New York employers in hiring veterans through a partnership with the non-profit organization The Jericho Project.
Summit appliances are sold through major and specialty distributors and online distributors throughout the United States and Canada. Deliveries made to the Northeastern region of the United States are generally made by Summits truck fleet. Outside of this region, orders are drop shipped or sent via common carrier.
They trademarked the Summit Appliance brand name in their first year, and began their distribution in Long Island City, New York. In 1983, needing additional room for expansion, they moved their headquarters and operations to the Bronx. In 1998 they purchased their current HQ building in the Bronx, where their manufacturing, operations, back office, and distribution are all located. To accommodate Felix Storch, Inc.'s continued growth, in the 2008-2009 period they added state-of-the-art warehouse facilities in Edison, New Jersey, and purchased a building in Wallingford, Connecticut, housing their fabrication facility, bringing their total property for product development, manufacturing, and warehousing to nearly 300,000 square feet. Their products now include a wide range of major appliances sold both nationally and internationally and delivered to the Northeastern United States using their own FSI trucks. In 2015, FSI, achieved ISO 9001:2015 and ISO/IEC 17025:2015 certification, an internationally recognized quality management standard. Despite their expansion, they remain a private, family-owned business with no outside investors.