Frequently Asked Questions Appliance Repair of Las Vegas
No, we do not charge extra on weekends and holidays.
Yes we can call you 30 minutes before coming to your home so your not stuck waiting for us.
Our Appliance Repair Service is open 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM everyday. We often are in the office late, and will pick up the phone if you call. Feel free to leave us a voicemail. We’ll get back to you a soon as posible.
In general, it’s far more economical and eco-friendly to repair an appliance than to replace it. Not only, throwing away an appliance creates waste, but some of the materials in these appliances can be harmful to the environment. Furthermore, it incurs additional costs of delivery and installation. If the appliance is close to the finish of its lifetime then we suggest to replace it with newer model.
During the initial phone contact we gather all the information in order to obtain the parts necessary for the repairs. If there is a need to order a part, we will schedule a second visit with you.
In most cases it takes just few days for the part to arrive once ordered.
We must give you a “window” because we don’t know how long the appointment before yours will take. We also can’t control the traffic, weather, accidents, etc.
Call us 2 hours prior to the appointment and we will cancel it.
When you setup an appointment with us, there is initially a service fee. A tech visits, diagnoses the problem and offers you an exact quote for parts and repair cost. If at that point you decide to have the appliance repaired, the service fee is waived and all that is owed is the quoted price for the repair.
At this time, we provide in home service only.
Technicians are insured, EPA certified, background checked, trained, and experienced.
Most repairs are completed within 30-90 minutes, however certain repairs may take up to 5 hours.
We accept Cash, Check, Visa, Master card, Discover, American Express
Yes. All repairs come with a one year part warranty and a 30 day service warranty.
Many times the problem is as simple as having the dryer vent cleaned properly and professionally. As well as being inconvenient, this build-up of lint is a potential fire hazard, and should not be taken lightly.