Major appliances are expensive, so you want to make sure you get the most out of your investment. Don’t dip into your savings for new appliances when you can call us for affordable repair services. Call us to schedule your appliance repair in Denver now. Your service call is free if you proceed with our recommended repairs. If you have questions about our services or about appliance repair in general, get in touch with us to get the answers you're looking for from our knowledgeable customer service representatives. You can also find our replies below for a few of the questions that local homeowners sometimes ask our Denver appliance repair experts.
What Happens After I Book Denver Appliance Repair Service?
You may be wondering what you can expect when you hire our professional team to provide appliance repair. Denver homeowners and business owners alike can count on us for the highest standards of quality workmanship combined with customer service that always goes above and beyond.
The day before your service, we'll email you to provide a two-hour window of when you can expect us because no one wants to wait around for a six-to-eight-hour service window. We understand your time is valuable, which is why we limit our window to just two hours and always strive to ensure we get there within that time frame. We'll also email you a photo of your service professional who will be working on your property so you know exactly who to expect, and we'll show up in uniform so there's no question that we are who we say we are.
When we arrive for your initial diagnostic service, we'll start by thoroughly inspecting and troubleshooting your appliance. Then, we'll review our recommended solution with you and take the time to answer any questions or address any concerns you may have. If you choose to go with our recommended repairs, our service call fee will be waived, and we won't proceed with any repairs until you've approved our quote.
With your go-ahead, we'll get down to work to repair your appliance that same day. If it's necessary to order replacement parts, we'll get the order in right away and return as soon as possible to repair your appliance, keeping you posted every step of the way so you always know what's going on. Once the repair is complete, we'll test to make sure everything is working properly and clean up after ourselves before we leave. After all, someone has to clean up the mess—and it certainly shouldn't be you.
Which Brands of Appliances Do You Service?
As the go-to provider for appliance repair in Denver, Mr. Appliance emphasizes prompt service for a variety of major appliance brands and types. We're intimately familiar with many big names in the appliance space, so we have the knowledge it takes to address all kinds of concerns. Our specialties include:
- GE Appliance Repair
- Bosch Appliance Repair
- Samsung Appliance Repair
- LG Appliance Repair
- Whirlpool Appliance Repair
- Kenmore Appliance Repair
- Sears Appliance Repair
- Maytag Appliance Repair
We have a wealth of experience in repairing recent and older models from the brands above, as well as Electrolux, Haier, KitchenAid, and many others.
Is Appliance Repair or Replacement the Better Choice?
Some people never really consider appliance repair as an option. They just keep on using their appliance long after it shows signs of deterioration until the point where they can't stand it anymore, then they buy a replacement. But the truth is, almost any problem can be fixed by our technicians with the right strategy for appliance repair. Denver service professionals at Mr. Appliance can get a broken or malfunctioning unit operating correctly again, but we may also be able to extend its expected lifespan by eliminating accumulated wear and tear damage. In most cases, appliance repair is the more cost-effective, faster solution, and it's less of a hassle than replacing an appliance.
There is a possible exception to that rule. Laundry and kitchen appliances are made to be durable and long-lasting, but that doesn't mean they'll last forever. If your appliance is more than ten years old and you're seeing more than one sign that it's not running as well as it used to, replacement is probably going to be a more cost-effective choice. Generally speaking, the guideline to follow is that appliance repair is the better option as long as the repair cost is less than half of the total cost of a replacement unit.
How Long Does Denver Appliance Repair Take?
Issues with laundry and kitchen appliances cause a huge disruption to the routines of everyone in your household, so it's completely understandable that you want to be able to plan around that disruption by getting appliance repair services as soon as possible and finding out in advance how long you can expect the service to take. That being said, we know you want an accurate time estimate, and we can't offer that without knowing more about your particular needs for appliance repair. Denver appliances can experience a broad range of issues, and while some are fairly simple and, therefore, won't take long to repair, others are far more complex and take significantly longer to fix.
Along with the complexity of the problem, another factor to consider is that sometimes replacement parts are needed, and we don't have them immediately on hand, which can increase the length of time it will take for appliance repair. Denver residents can trust our team to work efficiently without cutting corners for a speedy repair that is correctly done and will last for a long time.
Can an Uneven Floor Damage My Appliances?
You may have heard that it's bad to install an appliance on a floor that isn't completely level, and there is definitely some truth to that. The problem is that some floors just aren't level, whether it's a concrete basement floor that slopes toward a floor drain or a floor in an older house that has developed a significant slant over the years due to the natural shifting and settling of the building. If not handled properly, those uneven surfaces can have a big impact on the performance of certain appliances and cause them to suffer from accelerated wear and tear damage.
Your washing machine and dryer are good examples of this because they both produce quite a bit of vibration during their normal operations. If they're not sitting on a level surface, that vibration can cause problems like drum misalignment that make the vibration much worse and quickly lead to serious damage. In most cases, that problem can be prevented by having a leveling pad installed before the appliance is brought in. Another good example is your refrigerator. It doesn't vibrate like a washing machine, but if it's sitting unevenly, it can struggle to complete the refrigerant cycle properly, which reduces its efficiency and causes damage. Fortunately, manufacturers anticipated this issue, and that's why most refrigerators have "leveling legs" that can be adjusted to make the fridge rest evenly on a surface that's not level.
Can You Send an Appliance Repair Expert to My House?
Absolutely! You need your appliances to work perfectly each and every time you want to use them, so if that's not happening, something needs to change. Request your service online
or call us today. You can trust us for speedy, expert appliance repair in Denver.