Imagine this: you're thirsty, so you head 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 food by putting you in touch with a local professional in Aurora who can quickly fix your fridge.
Frontdoor Pro completes a wide range of services in Aurora, including repairs of refrigerators, washers, dryers, and other appliances.
Select which appliance is having issues and we'll find the best pro in Aurora to get it fixed.
Pick a two-hour window for our repair person to come to your house.
Be sure your appliances are working properly all year-round.
Students are coming back from Aurora University and other colleges, and school is out for the little ones—making for a busy time of year for your appliances.
Summer activities such as heading to Camp Quarryledge or going for a swim help you escape the hot, sticky weather, but devices, like your washing machine, also need to be prepared for additional work after autumn and spring hiking trips.
While it's ideal to keep all of your appliances running smoothly, some are more susceptible than others. Summer and winter temperatures can cause additional strain on the appliances -- even 48-degree springs and 56-degree falls may be too much for them.
Frontdoor Pro finds appliance repair professionals that can help fix the issue so you do not go long without the appliances you rely on.
We make it simple to find appliance repair service in Aurora.
Repairing a broken appliance without professional assistance is a challenge and could leave them worse than when you started. So we make finding professional appliance repair in Aurora a simple process. Just identify what appliance is broken and a convenient time to send someone to help.
With an average rating of 4.86 stars on jobs in the city, you can expect that our pros can get the job done.
With Frontdoor Pro, you will work with a professional who is a member of your community and has the experience to service the most common brands in the city—from Whirlpool to Kenmore and General Electric.
SAME Day with excellent service! Carlos L. was outstanding, his knowledge and manner how he was helping his customer should be complimented. Frontdoor Pro scheduling was right on target as well. Great job, from a very satisfied customer!
– Bill M., Glendale AZ
Frontdoor Pro made it extremely easy to book an appointment online and called me to get information about my washing machine. Repairman also called the day before the appointment to find out exactly what repair was needed. He was on time and knowledgeable. I would definitely use this service and repairman again.
If one of your items is damaged and cannot be repaired, we will help you find a replacement.
Home Warranties are different from insurance. Our plans are designed for people like you with devices they use every day. Our annual home service agreement helps ease the expense to replace or repair parts of your home's appliances and systems.
Average Cost to Repair Without a Home Warranty in Aurora, IL
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.
Average appliance repair cost in Aurora is $83.24, but your price will depend on your appliance type and manufacturer.
Our washing machine repairs in Aurora end up costing between $100 and $200. Depending on the kind of washer, a new washer can cost as much as $2,000, depending on make and model. Kenmore washers and dryers are the most popular repairs in Abingdon, followed by Frigidaire, Samsung, and LG.
Leaks are the biggest problems with water heaters and are often the result of rust in the tank or loose connections at the water inlet and outlet. Households in Abingdon typically have to repair their Kenmore water heaters more often than other models, with new water heaters costing between $1,000 and $3,000.
The average cost of refrigerator repair in Aurora is $189.70, much less than the price of a new fridge. A new unit costs on average between $1,000 and $2,000. One thing to also keep in mind is that Kenmore refrigerators are the most common brand serviced in the Aurora area.
Stand-alone fridges generally last about 12 years, while built-in refrigerators cost considerably more but last much longer, so if you have a stand-alone model around 12 years old that has issues, you should invest in a new one instead of getting it fixed. In the Abington area, Kenmore refrigerators are the most frequently serviced brand.
If you live in Aurora, your refrigerator may be the likeliest to break down. We get more service calls for Whirlpool refrigerators than any other type of appliance, followed by Kenmore washers and General Electric dryers. The age of your appliance can help you determine if you should replace it or seek repairs.
From Whirlpool refrigerators to Kenmore washing machines, a few easy actions can help extend the lifespan of your appliance. Whether your appliance is new or you've had it for a while, read through the manual, watch a tutorial, or get professional advice to know how to best clean each appliance. It's also smart to keep track of when to repair rather than replace. Don't assume your breaking down appliance is past saving. Save yourself the expense of a brand-new appliance by properly cleaning and caring for your appliances.
The decision to repair or replace an appliance in Aurora is made easier with the right coverage. For members, a home service plan can cover appliances no matter their age—no maintenance records or home inspections required. And if we can’t repair a covered item—from fridges to washing machines to dryers—we’ll replace it.
You may find it easy to diagnose and fix your dryer on your own. A dryer might malfunction for multiple reasons, so finding the right source and area is an important first step. Dryers can experience problems from not stopping or starting to overheating or taking too long to complete a cycle. For dryer repair beyond what you want to attempt, many repair pros in Aurorae are ready for the job.
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 Aurora.