Faq's  ::
What kinds of appliances do you repair?
We repair most major brand washers, dryers, refrigerators, freezers, dishwashers, ranges, ovens, gas & electric stoves, range hoods, water heaters and garbage disposals.
What are your charges to come out to repair my appliance?
We do not charge by hour, we charge by job. You will get a solid quote before technician starts the job.
What if your company does not have the parts to repair my appliance?
During the initial phone contact with the customer, I will try to gather all the information I can in order to obtain the parts necessary for the repairs. It’s impossible to stock every item on the vehicle and if I need to order a part, another trip charge is not applied for a return visit to install the part.
When can I expect someone to come out to repair my appliance?
We try to provide same day service, typically a customer will get a two hour time frame for repair . If the appliance is causing property damage or food loss, we can provide emergency service.
What are your days & hours of operation?
We work 24 hours / day and 7 days / week.
Do you charge extra for weekends and holidays?
No, we don't charge extra for weekends and holidays.
Tips ::
How to properly maintain your home appliances: Refrigerators, washer, dryer and more
If not properly maintained, household appliances can bleed money via expensive repairs and replacements. However, something as simple as cleaning a filter can help extend the life of your valuable machinery. To find out how to keep your household appliances running like new.
Refrigerators
You don't want to mess with the refrigerator. It's one of the most expensive and most heavily-used appliances, so it's best to leave most of the maintenance to the professionals. However, there are some things you can do to keep it properly maintained. The rubbery gasket on its door, for instance, is prone to serious clogging. Use a counter-type cleaner such as Lysol and paper towels to eliminate any buildup. "Keeping that gasket clean is surprisingly one of the easiest things you can do."

Once every three to six months, vacuum under and on the back of the fridge to keep the coils from getting dusty. This step will prevent the refrigerator's motor from overworking and reducing the refrigerator's efficiency.

Also, keep at least a couple of large bottles of water or a case of soda in the fridge to help maintain the proper thermal mass.
Microwaves
Microwave doors are lightweight and flimsy. "Be gentle with it. The easiest way to damage a microwave is to slam a door. It has safety mechanisms and it won't turn on again."
Inside the unit, the klystron tube can get hot, so keep the microwave's vents clear. "Once it overheats, that's it."

If the microwave has a removable filter, you can wash it by hand or in the dishwasher and then reinstall it.
Dishwashers
Although the dishwasher cleans itself, you can take some steps to extend its life. Using high heat and a rinse aid to help minimize white calcium deposits and spotting from hard water.

Measuring the unit every three to six months to make sure the dishwasher is level. "If it's not level, it can leak and cause a lot of damage."

Use a spoon or your hand to clean particles from the drain to avoid foul smell and keep the water flowing freely. In addition, use heavy-duty caulk to avoid rust from forming inside your dishwasher.
Air conditioner
Write a note on your calendar to replace or clean the filter. Otherwise you won't be cooling the room and the unit will be working too hard. "Once those get gummed up, it really hurts the efficiency. All air conditioners have a drain for condensation water to come out. If that thing gets clogged, it can create a giant mess."
Inside the unit make sure air can flow through the unit without a problem. From the outside, use the hose to keep the dirt and leaves out of the coils to keep the air flowing.
Washers
Be sure to install new hoses with your new washer and then periodically check them for bulges or bare spots, Most hoses are meant to be replaced every five years.
Shutting off the water running to the washer when you're not using it for long periods of time. With the constant water pressure, any leak or hole in the hose could translate into a flooding disaster.
Dryers
Clean the dryer lint trap after each load to maintain proper ventilation and heating, which can save you $34 annually. Keeping the dryer's outside exhaust clean. A clogged exhaust lengthens drying time and increases energy use.

You also want to keep the vent pipe clean. That pipe can get full of lint, and then it will have to run a lot longer to dry clothes taking a look at the vent pipe every six months or so.
Efficient Appliances Save Energy -- and Money  ::
The major appliances in your home -- refrigerators, clothes washers, dishwashers -- account for a big chunk of your monthly utility bill. And if your refrigerator or washing machine is more than a decade old, you're spending a lot more on energy than you need to.

Today's major appliances don't hog energy the way older models do because they must meet minimum federal energy efficiency standards. These standards have been tightened over the years, so any new appliance you buy today has to use less energy than the model you're replacing. For instance, if you buy one of today's most energy-efficient refrigerators, it will use less than half the energy of a model that's 12 years old or older.

Of course, efficient appliances don't just save you money; they're good for the environment. The less energy we all use, the lower our demand on power plants, which means less pollution. The trick is to figure out which models use the least energy. Here are some guidelines.
Look for the Energy Star label:
Energy Star models are the most energy efficient in any product category exceeding the energy efficiency minimums set by the federal government. If you remember only one rule when you shop, remember to look for the Energy Star label. In some parts of the country utilities and state governments even sweeten the deal by offering rebates on Energy Star-rated models.
Check http://www.energystar.gov for details.
Use the EnergyGuide label:
Some uninformed salespeople might tell you that a model you're looking at is the most efficient because it has an EnergyGuide label. Not exactly. All new appliances must carry the EnergyGuide label, either on the appliance itself or on the packaging. The label allows you to compare the typical annual energy consumption and operating cost of different models of any type of appliance you're thinking of buying.
Get the right size:
Make sure the product you're buying suits your needs. Oversized air conditioners water heaters and refrigerators waste energy and money in many cases they also don't perform as well.
Think long term
Many of the most energy-efficient appliances cost more initially but they'll save you money in the long run. Expect to keep most major appliances between 10 and 20 years. A more efficient appliance soon pays for itself lower monthly utility bills over the lifetime of the appliance will more than offset a higher purchase price. In addition the latest resource-efficient clothes washers and dishwashers not only save electricity they also use a lot less water and can reduce your water bill

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