Olympia Appliance Repair Services
Residential & Commercial Appliance Repairs in Olympia & Puyallup, WA
Are mechanical or electrical malfunctions turning your convenient home appliances into an inconvenience? Mr. Appliance of Olympia can help you put your appliance stress to rest.
From the kitchen to the laundry room, we provide our customers with professional Puyallup and Olympia appliance repair services. Residents have come to rely on our skilled, friendly, and efficient home appliance repair services in Olympia, Puyallup, South Hill and beyond.
“Repair of Kitchenaid Dishwasher”
- John Harkness
Why do Residents Choose Mr. Appliance of Olympia?
At Mr. Appliance of Olympia, our skilled professional technicians can tackle repair jobs for numerous brands, from Whirlpool washers to Amana refrigerators and more. We use OEM replacement components to ensure our repairs last.
Whether you’re a restaurant owner with a reputation for quick ticket times, or a hard working resident who just wants to enjoy a home-cooked meal, you can count on Mr. Appliance of Olympia to provide fast, friendly, honest, and convenient appliance repair services. We also offer a one-year workmanship and parts guarantee.
At Mr. Appliance of Olympia, we're backed by a great reputation! Check out our appliance repair reviews to see why customers love our services.
Contact Mr. Appliance of Olympia today at (253) 204-3249 to get started on getting an efficient and professional solution to your appliance problems.
Appliance Repair | FAQs
Do you warranty your work?
Yes! We stand behind our “Done Right” promise by guaranteeing all parts and labor for our services.
Which residential appliances can you fix?
Our residential appliance repairs include:
Can you fix commercial appliances?
Absolutely! On the commercial side, we can repair:
- Steam tables
- Walk-in freezers
- Deep fryers
- Bar coolers
- Washing machines
What areas do you serve?
Our appliance repair team proudly serves: Olympia, Puyallup, Eatonville, Yelm, Rochester, and the surrounding areas.
What is the first thing to check when a refrigerator stops working?
First things first, check to make sure your fridge is getting power. Make sure it wasn’t unplugged, check the cord itself to see if it’s damaged and make sure the breaker isn’t tripped.
Next, check the airflow outside your fridge and inside your fridge. There should be at least 3 inches of space between the back of your fridge and the wall and 1 inch of space above the top. Inside, make sure your freezer and fridge aren’t overstuffed. Storing too much food, beverages, and other items can block the cool air vent.
Next, clean your condenser coils. Check your owner’s manual or contact the manufacturer for a how-to guide.
If these don’t work, give us a call and we’ll be over to take a look at your fridge!
- 5 Star
- Ariston Appliance
- Black & Decker
- Blue Star
- Capital Range
- Commercial Chef
- DCS by Fisher & Paykel
- Faber Range Hoods
- Fisher & Paykel
- Fulgor (FCI)
- GE Monogram
- General Electric
- Magic Chef
- Speed Queen
- Turbo Air
- Vulcan Hart
- Wine Enthusiast
- Wine Guardian
Appliance Care and Maintenance Tips from Mr. Appliance of Olympia
Did you know some basic maintenance and care can help keep your appliances in tip-top shape? Here are some suggestions from your local appliance repair experts!
Caring for Your Refrigerator
Don't Overload Your Fridge
We know it's hard avoiding overstuffing your fridge. However, storing too much food, beverages, and other items can block the cool air vent which can ratchet up your fridge's temperature to unsafe temperatures, putting your food at risk.
Change Your Water Filter
If your fridge has an ice and/or water dispenser, you should change the water filter every 6 months. Doing so will help keep your water clean and help prevent deposit buildup in your fridge's pipes. If you need help locating the water filter, check your refrigerator's owner's manual or contact the manufacturer.
Caring for Your Washing Machine
Go Easy on the Soap
When it comes to the amount of detergent you use per load, "less" is definitely "more". It's easy to think using more detergent for large or very dirty loads will help, but in reality, more detergent can ruin your clothes and damage your washer's pump. Instead, use the amount your detergent brand recommends.
Don't Over-stuff Your Washer
At Mr. Appliance of Olympia, we know how tempting it is to stuff as much laundry as you can into your washer to get through the chore. However, we recommend avoiding this practice as overloading your washer can damage the motor, tub bearings, and drum. Plus, not all of your laundry will be squeaky clean!
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