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Appliance repair in Atlanta, Georgia

Get your appliances back in working order by contacting Frontdoor Pro.

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Pick a date and 2-hour appointment time when you want your Frontdoor® Pro to arrive.
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Your highly reviewed Pro will prepare an estimate to complete the repair.
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When the work is complete, pay the final invoice and relax, knowing you’re covered by our Frontdoor® Pro Guarantee.


3.7 average rating in Atlanta

Same-day appliance repair in Atlanta

  • Imagine this: you're parched, so you wander to the fridge for a cold glass of water. But when you open it, everything inside is room temperature. Frontdoor Pro can help you and your perishables by putting you in touch with a local professional in Atlanta who can get your fridge back up and running in no time.
  • We are called to fix more appliances in Atlanta than anywhere else in Georgia. Usually, we're called to repair refrigerators, dishwashers, and water heaters but our professionals can help fix any appliance.
  • We'll find the perfect service person for your needs. Simply tell us what appliance needs to be fixed and what the problem is.
  • Choose a two-hour time frame for our contractor to come to your house.

Make sure your appliances are working properly all year-round.

In summer and winter break, you will have to take extra care of your most commonly used appliances, with children out of school and college students coming home from Georgia State University and other universities.

Whether everyone's grabbing a cool beverage from the refrigerator after a fun day at Land of the Lost or you're cleaning all the towels and clothes from a weekend of camping, your devices have their work out for them. Atlanta appliance repair is essential year-round—you’ll want to keep your ice maker running during those sweltering, humid summers when temps hover around 81 degrees. Don’t forget your other appliances either: You’ll need to wash those extra summer towels and swim suits after a visit to Grant Park Pool and keep your refrigerator stocked for outings in Centennial Olympic Park. Appliance repair in Atlanta helps keep your life running smoothly, so you can spend more time enjoying all the city has to offer.

Your home is where you relax, but it also works hard for you. The appliances in your house work hard all year long, but temperature shifts can put more strain on them. Refrigerators work harder in Atlanta's 95-degree summer high temperatures, as thirsty or snack-prone kids and college students return home. Ovens and stoves, on the other hand, see more action in winter and over the holidays, when temps can sink to average lows of 36 degrees.

We connect you with appliance repair professionals to help fix the issue so the devices you use most aren’t having issues for long.

We make it easy to find appliance repair service in Atlanta.

Fixing a broken appliance without professional help is a challenge and could leave them worse than when you started. That's why we make finding professional appliance repair in Atlanta simple. Just identify what you need fixed and when to send someone.

Our pros have finished more than 445 repairs in the city with an average rating of 4.5 stars, so you know you're getting the best. No need to drive 2.45 miles to your nearest The Home Depot. Just give us a call.

By hiring a member of the community, you book a pro who has experience fixing the appliances in your area—including Whirlpool, General Electric, and Frigidaire, the most common brands in Atlanta.
  • I appreciated the suggestions your service man made.
    Nancy M., Atlanta

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Get a home warranty and save.

If one of your covered devices breaks and we can't fix it, we will help you get a new one.

The Home Warranty is available for people who want to be confident that that their appliances work throughout the year. They're not insurance, but a year-long service agreement which helps you cover the cost of having your appliances fixed.

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Average Cost to Repair Without a Home Warranty in Atlanta, GA

Repair/replacement cost ranges are the twentieth and eightieth percentile of U.S. costs as reported in A Study of Homeowners’ Appliance and Home Systems Service Experiences, a nationwide survey of homeowners conducted in 2019 by ClearVantage for . Further reproduction or use is expressly prohibited.

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Appliance repair in Atlanta FAQ

Appliance repair costs differ by the brand and type of device that needs repair. The average cost for appliance repair jobs in Atlanta is $182.90.
Frontdoor Pro washing machine repairs in Atlanta cost around $237 and most of the washers we repair are between 6 and 10 years old. Depending on the type of washing machine you select, a new washer could cost between $500 and $2,000, so it is likely cheaper to get a malfunctioning washing machine repaired. Kenmore appliances tend to be the most common repairs in Abingdon, followed by Frigidaire, Samsung, and LG.
The biggest trouble with water heaters is leak issues. As time goes by, water can cause tiny fissures in the tank. If your tank leaks near the water outlet or inlet, you can use a pipe wrench to tighten the connections to stop the leak. In the Abingdon area, Kenmore water heaters are the most frequently repaired new water heaters generally cost between $1,000 and $3,000.
The average cost of getting a fridge repaired in Atlanta is $295.89, which is a lot cheaper than getting a new fridge. New refrigerators cost anywhere between $1,000 and $2,000. Another thing to note is that Kenmore refrigerators are the most frequently serviced appliance in Abington.

Built-in refrigerators cost more to replace than stand-alone fridges and have longer lives. Stand-alone models typically last around 12 years, so if your appliance is approaching that age and has a problem, it could be better to get a new one. Kenmore refrigerators are the most common brand serviced in the Abington area.
In Atlanta, Whirlpool refrigerators need repairs more often than other appliances. So, it may come up that yours will require attention as it ages. If you notice unusual noises, malfunctions, and issues that you can't pinpoint, call a repair pro before you decide to replace. Age plays a factor in whether it is worth replacing your appliance or if you should seek help from an appliance repair professional in Atlanta. If an older appliance needs frequent attention, it may be time to invest in an updated version.

It’s possible to exceed your appliance's expected lifespan with some simple actions. Taking care of your appliances helps keep them like new and can save you a lot of money. First, learn how to clean and care for all your appliances, whether it's a Whirlpool refrigerator or General Electric dishwashers. You can read through the manual, watch a tutorial, or get professional advice. When a problem does occur, it's smart to seek advice from a pro before throwing in the towel and buying a new appliance.

Repairing or replacing appliances in Atlanta is easy with the right coverage plan. A home service plan with requires no maintenance records or home inspections. Covered appliances like refrigerators, dishwashers, and water heaters, no matter their age, will be repaired or replaced.
The average price for us to repair in Atlanta is $240.55. Compared to paying between $300 and nearly $2,000 for a new dryer, repair is significantly cheaper.

Some people can diagnose and fix dryer issues themselves. Dryers can experience problems in a variety of areas and functions—from the drum not turning to the dryer not starting. You may notice that your dryer now takes a long time to dry a load of laundry or that it is getting too hot. It's important to diagnose the exact problem before you start on DIY repairs. If you choose not to do it yourself, you'll find many qualified professionals to service your dryer in Atlanta.

It's easier to locate the problem if you understand the basics: Most dryers run on a motor that uses pulleys and belts turn the drum. Air that's gas- or electric-heated is pushed through the drum. Timed thermostats control heat and speed. Many if not most dryers also have a restart button that can get things running if the issue is not part of the motor, switches, or electrical system. If you are having trouble diagnosing the issue, it may be time to contact a dryer repair professional in Atlanta.

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