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Appliance repair in Long Island City, New York

American Home Shield ProConnect® pairs you with a local, vetted repair person who will help you maintain the appliances in your home.

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5 average rating in Long Island City

Appliance repair in Long Island City with same-day service

  • We'll find the best professional for your needs. All you have to do is tell us which appliance needs to be fixed and what the problem seems to be.
  • A pro will arrive at your house within the two-hour time frame you have requested, so your appliance gets fixed when it's convenient for you.
  • Have your appliance repair in Long Island City done right with our highly reviewed local experts.

Make sure your appliances are in working order during the heat of summer.

With school out and college students returning home, your devices are in for a workout this summer. Whether you're looking for refreshing snacks from the refrigerator after a long day at Red Ornaments or using your washing machine to clean all the clothes and towels that will help you get through the hot, humid months, your appliances have to be in good shape. ProConnect finds appliance repair professionals to help make sure you don't need to go long without the devices you rely on.

Appliance repair service in Long Island City made easy

Scheduling professional appliance repair through ProConnect is simple, and far less stressful than seeking out parts at the local hardware store and attempting to handle the repairs yourself. Simply tell us the service and the time you want the pro to come to your house. Our professionals have been awarded an average rating of 5 stars for repairs in the city, so you can be sure that we will get the job done correctly.
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Get your cost up front. There’s no pressure and no surprises.

You want the best appliance repair in Long Island City, but you don't want to pay an arm and a leg. ProConnect's upfront pricing means you know exactly what you’ll be charged from the get-go. No surprises or upsells. Plus, our *ProConnect Guarantee* helps you relax, knowing that all jobs are done properly—and you don't have to pay anything until your device is back in working order.

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Save with a home warranty

American Home Shield Home Warranties are different from insurance. They are plans designed for people like you who own appliances they rely on. Our year-long home service agreement helps reduce the cost of replacing or repairing parts of your home's appliances and systems. If one of your items is damaged and cannot be repaired, we will help you find a replacement.

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Average Cost to Repair Without a Home Warranty in Long Island City, NY

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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Long Island City appliance repair FAQs

The average cost of an appliance repair in Long Island City is $247.08, depending on the appliance type and manufacturer.
A new washing machine can cost $2,000 or more. Washer repair inLong Island City prices are $345.2 on average, so it is most likely to your economic benefit to have a washer serviced.
Leaks are the biggest problems with water heaters and are either caused by rust in the tank or loose connections at the water inlet and outlet.
A new refrigerator sets you back between $1,000 and $2,000, but fridge repair in Long Island City is somewhere between $100 and $200.Stand-alone fridges function best 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 around 12 years old and has broken down, it might be worth replacing rather than fixing it.
The most common home appliance repairs in Long Island City are for stoves, so yours will likely need to be repaired as it ages. You’ll see when when any of your appliances need professional care if you notice unexpected noises, diminished efficiency, and other symptoms. Age plays a factor in whether it is worth replacing your appliance or if you should seek advice from a pro in Long Island City. If an older appliance experiences frequent or costly breakdowns, it may be time to invest in a new appliance.Any household appliance has a limited lifespan, but it's possible to exceed expected lifespans with a few steps. Taking care of your appliances can help running well and protect your budget. Look through the manual for the particular model, make, and brand and get a sense of how to properly clean and maintain your appliance.
If you can diagnose the issue on your own, it may be easier to fix your appliance yourself. A dryer can stop working properly for a variety of reasons, so finding the right source and area is an important first step. Dryers can experience issues 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 dryer repair experts in Long Island City will be happy to help.It's easier to locate the problem if you understand the basics: Most dryers work via a motor with pulleys and belts that turn the drum. Gas- or electric-heated air blows through the device. Timed thermostats control heat and speed. Many if not most dryers also have a restart button that can solve issues if they are 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 Long Island City.

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