Spokane Appliance, Air Conditioning and Heating
Repair and Service
Call Spokane Appliance Repair any time of the day or night. Give us a call and let us take care of your appliance, a/c or heating system problem—whether it’s just an annoyance or it requires immediate intervention.
Spokane Appliance Repair provides same-day service to Spokane and all of the bordering areas. We repair all models and brands of major appliances, including refrigerators, electric and gas dryers, washers, gas and electric ovens, gas and electric stoves, dishwashers, a/c units, and heating units.
If you’re not sure what your need is, just give us a call. After all, our service call is always free when we repair your unit, and we don’t charge extra for appointments at night, on the weekend or on holidays. Our appliance repair technicians are qualified and professionally trained—and provide you with extraordinary customer service. You also know that you are paying the lowest price in the area for appliance, air conditioning, or heating system repairs, since our repair estimates are backed by a low-price guarantee policy protection.
Call the toll free number below to set up a appointment today—or at your earliest convenience:
For parts only: 800-370-9281
Please note that all purchased appliance parts are shipped directly to you.
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Set up your same-day appointment by calling the following number:
Or if you prefer, email us at the following email address: email@example.com. Please put your name, phone number and a quick explanation of the appliance problem in the email. As soon as we receive this from you, we will contact you to let you know how we can help repair your appliance problem and to set up an appointment.
Our service area includes Spokane and the adjoining areas. Please see our service area list below to check whether we provide service where you live:
City of Spokane Valley
Nine Mile Falls
Coeur D Alene
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We have included the information below is included here to help you get more knowledgible with your appliance. The information can also lengthen the life of your appliances, and help you learn how to use them most efficiently—which, as you know, will ultimately save you money on your utility bills. Please note, however, that we have not posted anything recommending that you perform any appliance repairs on your own. Appliance repairs require familiarity, skilled training and appliance repair gear. Repairs for electric and gas appliance systems can become especially dangerous if you aren’t a qualified professional. For the skilled expertise of a repair technician call us any time of day or night at:
Repair or Buy: How to Decide Whether to Fix Your Appliances
There’s a time in the lifespan of every appliance when you’re forced to ask that dreaded question: Is it really worth fixing? While ultimately that decision is between you and your dryer or dishwasher or hot water heater, there are a few ways to determine if a quick call to the repairman is better than dipping into savings.
- How old is the appliance? Most major appliances are designed to last anywhere from 10 to 20 years. While no guarantee that your appliance is going to last that long, if the equipment is far below its life expectancy, you may want to consider fixing. Even older machines may still have a lot of life left, but keep in mind that parts may become harder to find in the future.
- How much will it cost to fix? The repairman’s rule of thumb is that if repairs will cost more than half of the cost of a new appliance, go for the new one. But when considering the costs, remember that the new appliance cost soars above the sticker price when you add on delivery, installation and removal of your old appliance. It’s not uncommon to pay $100 or more for installation. On the other hand, remember that new, energy-saving models can help recoup the investment of a new machine in utility bills.
- Are the new models made as well as your old one? Modern appliances are decked out with innumerable gadgets and features. And while the leading technology can make appliances even more convenient, it can also amount to a costly and intricate repair. If your simple and older appliance can still do the trick, it may be worth the TLC to get a few more years out of it. By the time you are ready to buy, manufacturers will have worked out any kinks in that cutting-edge technology
- Can you repair it yourself? Naturally, some jobs are best left to professionals—any time you smell gas, for instance. But many fixes don’t require a repairman. Check pilot lights and fuse boxes. Clean vents and coils of dust and debris. Replace belts and unclog blockages. Home improvement stores offer classes in do-it-yourself home repair and there are how-to resources online. If you do call a repairman, be sure to get a warranty for the work.
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