Appliances are everywhere in our lives—at home, at work, and in every other habitable building in Memphis as well. When you encounter an issue with your household appliances our appliance repair professionals are here to help, but we also have the experience to deal with major appliance repair issues in commercial buildings, whether it's a massive manufacturing plant, a small restaurant, or anything in between.
Having the valuable appliances in your home be out of commission can be more than just inconvenient—it can actually throw off your entire routine and affect the functionality of your home. That is why we encourage you to get the help that you need from pros you can trust at Mr. Appliance of Memphis.
We provide a wide variety of commercial and residential appliance repair services. We can repair:
Why Choose Mr. Appliance of Memphis for Appliance Repair?
At Mr. Appliance of Memphis, there is nothing more important to our team than ensuring you are completely satisfied with the work of our appliance repair technician. That is why we take extra steps to ensure our customers in Memphis, Gallaway, and Medon are happy with our experienced appliance repair services, from microwave oven and ice maker repair to the washing machine and freezer repair.
To start, we work the hours best for you. That means we can schedule morning or afternoon appointments if they are more convenient. We also make the effort to keep replacement parts in stock, as we know having them on hand allows us to make home appliance repairs and commercial appliance repairs that are quicker and ultimately more expedient.
When we arrive promptly for your scheduled appointment, we'll take the time to thoroughly assess the condition of your appliance and diagnose the issue that is giving you trouble. We'll then clearly explain our recommendations for the best course of action to get it repaired, and offer an upfront quote for the work that needs to be done.
Just a few more ways that we focus our appliance repair services on customer satisfaction:
- For your convenience, we tailor our service to your schedule.
- Our technicians are courteous, uniform, and trustworthy.
- We promise your home will be in better shape after we leave.
- We guarantee all of our repair parts and service for one year according to our Neighborly Done Right Promise®
Our dedicated team of appliance repair technicians is backed by a solid reputation. Check out our customer reviews to see why customers love our appliance repair services!
Frequently Asked Questions About Appliance Repair
Looking for Memphis appliance repair near you or have some questions about an appliance issue that has been weighing on your mind? Give us a call or contact us online for appliance repair services today! You can also check out our FAQ below to read our replies to some of the common questions people ask their appliance repairman.
Which Parts of the Memphis Area Do You Serve?
Our team of professional technicians at Mr. Appliance of Memphis provides high-quality appliance repair services to the greater Memphis area in addition to the cities of:
Do You Offer Financing for Appliance Repair?
Appliances are an essential part of our daily lives, and that means we simply can't go without experienced appliance repair services when a unit breaks down or experiences problems like a loss of energy efficiency. We want to make sure everyone in Memphis has access to reliable, speedy appliance repair services without having to go through the stress of a financial setback. That's why we offer financing options for our appliance repair services. Give us a call today to speak with our friendly customer service representatives about available financing offers.
Do You Have Any Coupons or Special Offers?
Yes, we do! We often have discounts, coupons, and special offers that may apply to the appliance repair services you need. Check out our special offers page to see how you can save money on your appliance repair service.
How Much Does Appliance Repair Cost?
The cost to have your appliance repaired depends on which appliance is broken and the extent of the needed repairs. This is what we'll determine during your initial service call.
When it comes to pricing, we:
- Always offer flat-rate, up-front pricing
- Do not charge overtime fees
- Will get your approval before beginning any repair work
- Offer coupons to help you save money (visit our special offers page to learn more)
- Waive your service call fee if you proceed with our recommended appliance repair
Call our technicians or contact us online for affordable appliance repair in Memphis!
Should I Get Appliance Repair or a Replacement Unit?
It is definitely worth seeing if you can have your household appliance repaired. Appliance repair services such as dishwasher repair or microwave repair can help you save money, save time, and improve the comfort of your home. If it helps, the general rule of thumb is to repair your appliance if the repair cost is less than half the cost of a new laundry or kitchen appliance. During your initial service call, we can help you weigh these options because we want what is most cost-effective for you.
Appliance Care and Maintenance Tips
Did you know some basic care, maintenance, and checkups from licensed appliance repair experts can help ensure your appliances last their expected lifespan? Below are some appliance care and maintenance frequently asked questions and answers!
Does My Dryer Vent Need to Be Cleaned? How Often Does It Need Cleaning?
Yes, cleaning your dryer vent is essential to ensuring your clothes dryer operates efficiently and protects your house from potential fires. You should have yours inspected and cleaned every three to six months or so. Many people don't realize how critically important dryer vent cleaning is, but going without it can cause a major hazard to your family and property. When a dryer vent becomes clogged with lint and other debris, it can't vent hot, humid air properly and struggles to function efficiently. A spark from the machine can set all that flammable lint on fire, sending flames racing through the walls of your home.
It's just not worth the risk when you can easily reduce the likelihood of a fire with professional dryer vent cleaning services. If you need yours inspected and cleaned, we can do that for you! Check out our dryer vent cleaning page to learn more about our dryer vent cleaning services.
Is It Really That Bad to Overload My Washer and Dryer?
Yes, we do not recommend overloading your washer and dryer! We get it, though; if you’re overwhelmed with a huge load of laundry after a trip or if you need to wash your bedding and linens, it’s very tempting to fit as much as you can into one load.
It’s recommended that you split up larger loads into multiple, smaller loads. Ultimately, large loads will cause your washer and dryer to work way harder than they need to. This results in more wear and tear which means you might be greeted with a serious breakdown. For your dryer, specifically, larger loads will take longer to dry which could drive up your energy bills.
However, if you do need washer repair or dryer repair, give us a call to schedule your appliance repair service and we will be happy to take a look for you!
Does It Matter If Dishes Aren't Warm After a Dishwasher Cycle?
If you open your dishwasher soon after a wash cycle is completed and notice that a load of dishes is cool to the touch, that's actually a major problem that calls for dishwasher repair. The machine needs to use hot water to kill off harmful bacteria and get your dishes completely clean, so the dishes should feel hot or at least warm right after a wash cycle is finished. In fact, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recommends that dishes should be washed at 171 degrees Fahrenheit to be adequately sanitized and remove potentially harmful bacteria. If that's obviously not happening, it's probably because the heating element at the bottom of your unit is broken and you need appliance repair service to make sure your dishwasher is capable of sanitizing your dishes properly.
Why Are My Oven Controls Not Responding?
If you try to turn your oven on or switch it to another mode and nothing at all happens, that's typically a malfunction that requires oven repair. But because electrical panels can sometimes be the source of the problem, especially with an appliance that seems to not be getting any power whatsoever, so it makes sense to first check your electrical panel and make sure a circuit breaker isn't flipped. Confirm that your oven is plugged in if it operates on electricity and that the gas valve on a gas unit isn't turned to the off position.
But if none of those steps correct the problem, or you notice that your oven actually is getting some power but it's non-responsive when you press buttons or turn knobs, it may be related to faulty connections, such as a shorted-out wire, or electrical glitches. These types of issues could be caused by corrosion or some other type of malfunction that our experienced Memphis appliance repair technician can diagnose and fix.
How Can I Take Care of My Refrigerator?
There are a couple of ways to take care of your refrigerator so you can avoid needing frequent refrigerator repair. First, don’t overload it! Stuffing your fridge and freezer with too much food can block the cool air vent and restrict air circulation. If this happens, your food may not be kept cool enough to consume safely. At the same time, you should avoid leaving your refrigerator or freezer too empty, as it will lose an excessive amount of cold air every time you open the door, and that compromises the unit's energy efficiency. Around 70 to 85% full is best to maintain the health of your unit.
Next, clean your condenser coils about every 6 months. You’ll only need a coil cleaning brush—which you can find at your local hardware store—or a vacuum. Depending on your model, your condenser coils will be located behind your fridge or underneath your fridge towards the front. Remove the access panels and use the brush or vacuum to clean off the dust and debris collecting in the coils. That’s all there is to it!
Finally, you should change the water filter in your refrigerator twice per year. This will keep your water and ice clean and potable, but it also goes a long way toward preventing mineral deposits and grime from building up in the unit's piping and helps you avoid the need for appliance repair longer.