Appliance Types and Work We Do
Yes we service household kitchen and laundry appliances in your home:
Yes we do the following:
- freezer (upright and chest)
- washing machine
- dryer (gas and electric)
- range / stove / oven / cooktop (gas and electric)
- wall oven
- microwave oven
Yes we do the following:
- in home service
- convert your new gas freestanding range, slide-in range, or dryer from natural gas to propane
- hook up new gas freestanding ranges, slide-in ranges, and dryers
- clean most dryer venting only as an add on to a dryer service call
Frequently customers ask us about these and unfortunately we don't service:
- air conditioners
- beverage refrigerators (Monster, Coca-Cola, etc.)
- commercial appliances
- drawer style dishwashers
- garbage disposals
- mini fridges
- pedestal washers (such as LG Sidekicks) that are installed underneath front loading washing machines
- trash compactors
- range hoods / telescoping vents / stand-alone downdraft vents
- water heaters
- wine coolers
Sorry, we don't have a retail location, so we can't offer the sale of just parts or in-shop service.
Sorry, we don't install wall ovens, downdraft ranges, drop-in ranges, cooktops, built-in refrigerators, vent hoods or microwaves.
Sorry, we don't haul appliances away, move appliances from room to room, purchase used appliances, or accept used appliances.
Sorry, we don't do sealed system work on refrigerators. We fix lots of refrigerators, but sometimes the failure lies within the sealed (refrigerant) system of the unit and it needs a compressor etc. Do not assume that just because your refrigerator isn't running or cooling, it has a sealed system problem. Sealed system problems usually come with the recommendation of replacing the refrigerator because the costs run in the price range of a new refrigerator. We aren't geared up to do the work, so we can't price it out for you.
Sorry, we don't replace the bearings on a washer. This is a common problem on both top loading and front loading washers. We can't diagnose it for you over the phone, but folks will often describe it as a jet engine noise or a roar. The washer may not want to do the high speed spin anymore and it may have progressed over time. Sometimes, there is less warning and you won't get these tell tale symptoms. While the bearings themselves are not expensive, in order to do the repair reliably, it needs more parts. This gets expensive and always seems to cost well over the price of replacing the washer whenever we price it out for someone.
Sorry, we don't do warranty work or bill the manufacturer. If your appliance is still under the one-year manufacturer's warranty it is best for you to have the manufacturer service your appliance. We provide the parts we install.
Sorry, we don't bill home warranty companies and home owner's insurance companies.