Imagine this scenario: you're parched, so you open the fridge to pour a glass of cold water, only to find that the water is room temperature.Frontdoor Pro will quickly connect you with a local professional in Mesa who can get your fridge working before all the food goes bad.
We understand Mesa, in fact, we answer more service calls in your city than in most of the other cities in Arizona. We do several types of appliance repairs but the most common in Mesa are for refrigerators, washers, and water heaters.
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Get your appliances working properly during the heat of summer and cold of winter.
Winter and summer break can place more demands on your housewares, with your children at home more. Maybe you have university students back from Arizona College-Mesa and other colleges and your home is in full swing.
Household devices like your washer and fridge endure large workloads all year round, as you try to beat the heat sweating your way through another hot Mesa summer and keep nice and warm during the winters.
Your home is your comfort zone, but it’s also a machine. Your appliances work all year long, but seasonal changes can create additional work. For instance, refrigerators see more use when average temps reach 114 degrees, while ovens and stoves should be in top shape during the winters that can reach lows of 56 degrees.
Frontdoor Pro appliance repair professionals keep the appliances in your house up and running when you really need them.
We make it simple to find appliance repair service in Mesa.
Mesa ranks #5 in service calls in the state of Arizona. On average, appliance repair services typically run around $159.10 per call. However, appliance repair service counts can vary across appliance types. For example, Mesa has a higher service count for refrigerators and washing machines, while water heaters have a lower service count.
Next thing you know, one of our contractors who have a 4.57-star average rating on272 jobs in the city will be getting the job done. No need to drive 2.28 miles to your local The Home Depot. Just giveFrontdoor Pro a call.
The name brands we fix most often in Mesa are Whirlpool, General Electric, and Kenmore. Our area professionals are familiar with the common issues of these brands, as well as common issues of other brands in your house.
If your systems and devices break down, we're here to help. And if we can't repair your covered item, we'll help replace it. Guaranteed.
Home Warranties are not insurance. Our plans are designed for homeowners like you with devices they rely on. Our annual home service agreement helps alleviate the expense of replacing or repairing parts of your home's appliances and systems.
Average Cost to Repair Without a Home Warranty in Mesa, AZ
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.
Appliance repair costs differ by the type and brand of appliance. The average cost for our appliance repair services in Mesa is $159.10.
The price of a replacement washing machine in Mesa can be upwards of $2,000. Repair costs are typically around $271, so it's usually less costly to have your washing machine fixed. The most frequent fixes in Abingdon are Kenmore appliances, followed by Frigidaire, Samsung, and LG.
The most common trouble with water heaters is a leak. Over time, water can create tiny cracks in the tank. If the tank is leaking near the water outlet or inlet, you might be able to tighten the connections 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 getting a fridge repaired in Mesa is $295.11, which is a lot cheaper than buying a new refrigerator. New refrigerators usually cost between $1,000 and $2,000. Another thing to note is that Kenmore refrigerators are the most frequently serviced appliance in Abington.
Stand-alone fridges last for around 12 years, on the other hand built-in refrigerators are more expansive and last much longer. If you have a stand-alone model that's around 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.
In Mesa, 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 Mesa. 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 washers. 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 Mesa is easy with the right coverage plan. A home service plan with requires no maintenance records or home inspections. Covered appliances like refrigerators, washers, and water heaters, no matter their age, will be repaired or replaced.
The average price for us to repair in Mesa is $223.67. 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 Mesa.
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 Mesa.