Repair or Replace Your Major Appliance
As an adult there will be hard decisions to be made; hard because you will have to choose between 2 expensive options. If you've never had an appliance break down on you, it'll happen in the future, and probably more than once. When it happens, will you pay good money to get it fixed, or will you pay even more to replace it? If the decision is purely financial, then repairing the unit, (fridge, freezer, washer, dryer etc.) is the obvious answer, but simple cost and function are never the only considerations.
- How old is the broken unit?
- What is the overall condition of the broken unit?
- Is it the right size for my living situation?
- Is it the only appliance that needs work?
- Can I afford a new unit?
- Is the broken unit under warranty?
- Do I really want to fix it, or do I want to buy a new one?
Factory-Trained & Certified Technicians
In situations where broken appliances are 10 years old or younger, homeowners tend to be more interested in repairing them than replacing them. This could be because they are the original owners, and after 10 years, the family has grown and their cost of living prevents them from investing in expensive new appliances, or because their family is used to the appliances and they want to hold off until they can replace all of their appliances at once.
Fortunately, our team of certified technicians can come out quickly, assess your needs, perform repairs and necessary maintenance, we strive to get your appliances back to work within 1 visit. We will give you a quote for the work that needs to be done and we will do all the work necessary to leave you with a unit that will work.
New appliances can cost hundreds or thousands of dollars each, our certified technicians can get your appliances running like new for a fraction of that price.
Diagnosing the Problem
If you're considering a DIY appliance repair, the best place to start is the owners manual. The manual can help you narrow down the cause of the malfunction, based on the symptoms. There will probably also be a troubleshooting guide to help you understand how to repair simple and common problems. If you don't have the manual anymore, you should be able to find it on the manufacturer's website.
Before you begin working on your own appliance, make sure you check your warranties. If your appliance is still under either the manufacturer's or retailer's warranty, they can perform the repairs for you. If you try to work on it yourself, you may void your warranty.
Calling in the Professionals
If, after going through all of the above troubleshooting, you are unable to find or fix the problem on your own, you will need to call in an expert. Our technicians are trained and certified by major manufacturers to work on their appliances. We can diagnose your appliances problem and give you an accurate estimate. We strive to complete the work in our initial visit.
Call today to for more information and to schedule your service call with our technician.