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Appliance repair in Clackamas, Oregon

American Home Shield ProConnect® connects you with a local, vetted contractor who will help you care for the appliances in your home.

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Appliance repair in Clackamas with same-day service

  • If your dryer is taking longer to dry clothes than it used to, it might be due a professional tune-up. American Home Shield ProConnect™ can connect you with a local, vetted dryer repair technician in Clackamas who will help get your dryer back up and running quickly.
  • In Clackamas, one of the cities with the most service calls in Oregon, we regularly repair water heaters, fridges and dishwashers.
  • All you have to do is let us know which device is broken and what the issue seems to be.
  • For your convenience, a professional will get to work within the two-hour window you choose.

Make sure your appliances are fully functional all year-round.

Winter and summer vacation can place extra demands on your burdens, with your kids at home more and college students returning from Lewis & Clark College and other universities.

Whether you're looking for a refreshing snack from the refrigerator after a long day at Barton Campground or using your washer and dryer to clean all the clothes and towels that get you through from a camping weekend, your devices have to be in good shape.

It's key to keep an eye on your appliances, especially those that work hard all year round. For example, refrigerators are constantly running in order to keep food fresh, but the average 97-degree summer days make it work even harder. Meanwhile, ovens and stoves may have a greater lift throughout lows of 42 degrees in winter months generating more heat needed to cook.

ProConnect finds appliance repair professionals that can help fix the issue so you don't go long without the appliances you use most.

We know Clackamas

Clackamas ranks #10 in service calls in the state of Oregon. On average, appliance repair services typically run around $187.54 per call. That said, appliance repair service counts can vary across appliance types. For example, Clackamas has a higher service count for dryers and fridges, while dishwashers have a lower service count.

Our pros have been awarded an overall rating of 4.53 stars for jobs in the city, so you can be sure that we will do the job well. No need to drive 2.79 miles to your closest The Home Depot. Just give AHS a ring.

Whirlpools, Kenmore, and Samsung are the most common appliance brands in Clackamas. The local We send your way has experience with these brands and can use their local expertise to fix your appliance as soon as possible.
  • Agustin Mendoza repaired our refrigerator in the past. He is a wonderful repairman. He is prompt, friendly, knowledgeable, and does a great job! We always hope we do not need to call for repairs but if we do, we always want Agustin to do the work; he is the best!
    Wayne B., Clackamas
  • It was a very simple fix which the gentleman took care of easily. Great manners.
    Melisa R., Clackamas
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You deserve top notch appliance repair service in Clackamas, but that doesn't mean you should be overcharged. ProConnect's upfront pricing tells you precisely what you’ll be charged from the get-go. No surprises or upsells.

In addition, our *ProConnect Guarantee* assures you that all jobs are done correctly—and you won't be billed until your device is working again.
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If one of your covered items breaks down and we can't repair it, we'll help you replace it. Guaranteed.

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Average Cost to Repair Without a Home Warranty in Clackamas, OR

Refrigerator
$324
Washer
$359
Dishwasher
$281
Dryer
$221
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 American Home Shield. Further reproduction or use is expressly prohibited.

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Appliance repair in Clackamas FAQ

Average appliance repair cost in Clackamas is $187.54, but your price will depend on your appliance brand and type.
The cost of a replacement washer in Clackamas can be upwards of $2,000. Service costs are typically around $192, so it's often economical to get your washer repaired. The most frequent fixes in Abingdon are Kenmore appliances, followed by Frigidaire, Samsung, and LG.
The typical repair need with water heaters is leaking. As time goes by, water can create tiny cracks in the tank. If the tank is leaking near the water outlet or inlet, you can use a pipe wrench to tighten the couplings to repair 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 refrigerator repair in Clackamas is $157.78, much cheaper than the price of a new fridge. A new unit can cost 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 Clackamas area.

Stand-alone fridges last for about 12 years, on the other hand built-in refrigerators cost more and last much longer. If you own a stand-alone model that's nearly 12 years old and is on the fritz, it might be worth replacing rather than fixing it. Kenmore is the most frequently serviced refrigerator brand in Abington.
If you live in Clackamas, your dryer may be the likeliest to break down. We get more service calls for Whirlpool dryers than any other type of appliance, followed by Kenmore fridges and Samsung dishwashers. The age of your appliance can help you determine if you should replace it or seek repairs.

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 water Heater (Gas Or Elec) or Kenmore fridges. 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 Clackamas is easy with the right coverage plan. A home service plan with American Home Shield® requires no maintenance records or home inspections. Covered appliances like water heaters, refrigerators, and dishwashers, no matter their age, will be repaired or replaced.
New dryers can cost between $300 and $2,000, and our average repair cost of only $311.62 in Clackamas, it is often more affordable to repair a dryer in most cases.

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 Clackamas.

Most dryers function the same, but higher-end models may have additional capabilities. The basic functions of a dryer include: A motor with pulleys and belts turn the drum. Gas- or electric-heated air blows through the device to dry your clothing. Timed thermostats control heat and speed. Dryers usually have a door and activating switch that will keep the dryer from starting if not closed properly. Sometimes the dryer needs to cool for a few minutes before it’s functional again. If you are having trouble diagnosing the issue with your dryer or locating the malfunctioning part, it may be time to contact a dryer repair professional in Clackamas, where the average cost to repair your dryer is $311.62.

When breakdowns happen, we can help.