Houston Appliance, Air Conditioning
Repair and Service
Houston appliance, air conditioning and heating repair service is your solution for immediate professional help if you experiencing problems with your major appliances, air conditioning or heating systems. We provide same-day repair service, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We are the only appliance repair company in Houston with a low price guarantee that you pay the lowest possible cost for any major appliance, heating and air conditioning repair and service. In addition, we always provide a written estimate, which needs to be authorized and approved by you before we perform any work. Our experienced and licensed technicians are professionally trained to repair all brands and models of major appliance, heating and air conditioning systems. Despite the price of gas, our appliance repair service call is always free with the repair and we don't charge extra for repairs done on the weekends or if you live in one of Houston’s surrounding cities.
Call our toll free line any time for a same day appliance repair appointment in Houston at:
Please Note: We Do Not Sell Parts
We don’t work on commercial and small appliances such as vacuum cleaners, sewing machines etc. We work only on major appliances such as washers, dryers, refrigerators, ovens, stoves, dishwashers etc. and we are not affiliate with any insurance and home warranty companies.
We repair all appliance, heating and air conditioning models
and brands in Houston:
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You can always call our toll free line to schedule your Houston appliance, air conditioning or heating repair, appointment at:
Or contact us via email. Please include your name, phone number and a brief description of the problem you are having with your appliance. We will contact you immediately when we receive the email, in order to schedule your appointment for your Houston appliance repair.
Our Appliance, Air Conditioning and Heating repair service
areas include entire Houston and the surrounding cities:
Clear Lake City
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our service repair area
The information below is posted by us for you to become more familiar with your appliance, air conditioning and heating systems. Also, this information will also help to you to use your appliances more efficiently and effectively, which will save you money on your utility bills and unexpected appliance repairs. However, we do not recommend that you to get involved with any appliance repairs that you are not familiar with, especially because most appliance, heating and air conditioning systems require experience, professional training and knowledge with gas and electricity. For professional help call us 24/7 at:
SAFETY APPLIANCE TIPS
Good appliance repairs work habits go hand in hand with safe appliance repairs work habits. Together they provide that touch of appliance repair craftsmanship that sets an outstanding job apart from a mediocre one. The end result of a appliance repair job may be the same, of course, whether or not you observe good work habits. The washer is running again, you can put clothes in it, and they'll come out ready for the line or dryer. But if the front of the cabinet is scratched up from being placed directly on a concrete floor, the fact that it runs again is little consolation to your customer (even if that customer happens to be your-self). The earlier you begin practicing good appliance work habits, the earlier you become aware of the little touches that make up good work habits, and the more you'll gain from repairing home appliances. Good appliance repair work habits are not hard to visualize if you will picture the things that you look for yourself when a technician comes into your home. They all usually boil down to respect for property and equipment and the appliances. For instance, if a refrigerator rests on a tiled kitchen floor, especially one of the cushioned type, don't try to pull or even roll it out without first placing something down for it to move on and to distribute the weight to prevent floor damage (small strips of Masonite are good for this purpose). Then there's the good habit of placing a drop cloth on the top of a washer to protect it before putting a meter there. Placing a quilt on the floor before turning a washer on its side or front and moving the appliance correctly by the cabinet and not by the console or exposed knobs (which can be damaged), are other examples of good work habits. Greasy fingerprints are unavoidable in most appliance repair jobs, but the careful appliance repair technician will wipe them away when he's through. Some appliance repair technicians carry a small container of wax for buffing up the surface of the appliance after finishing a repair. This takes only a few minutes, and it leaves a mighty good impression. Standards and safety board that is directly responsible for developing industry guidelines regarding safety. The user and appliance repair technician must be as safety conscious as the manufacture. There are two potential danger sources. One is mechanical: Appliance parts, sharp edges, etc., and for our purposes will also include the things as damaged gas lines. The other appliance danger source is the electrical supply. The safe use of home appliances begins even before your purchase made. First, make your selection from a reputable appliance dealer in your community who is likely to have good servicing and installation. Since he knows that your satisfaction with your purchase Second, buy equipment built by a reputable appliance manufacturer. With major appliances, you won't likely run into a problem here. But with all portable appliances the possibility is somewhat greater of chasing a poorly designed or sloppily build appliance. Appliance itself, the AHAM seal, or in the case of a gas appliance the seal of the American Gas Association. This means that the appliance has been tested and that the equipment cords and plugs are reason for safe for the use for which the appliance and parts are designed. Don't be fooled, however, by a UL sticker affixed to the cord. This is only for the cord and plug, not for the appliance. Remember, too, that the seals of royal by Finally, take time to read all the information through regarding year appliance before putting it into use after making sure it has been installed properly. Look for sharp edges and projections on the appliance at the time delivered. Normally, these can be trimmed off or filed with no problem, but it's best to call them to the appliance installer's attention.
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