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Appliance repair in Olathe, Kansas

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Appliance repair in Olathe with same-day service

  • You go to the fridge to get a cold glass of water, and, to your dismay, the pitcher is not cold—and neither is the rest of your food.Frontdoor Pro pairs you with a local, vetted professional in Olathe who can fix your fridge before the milk goes sour.
  • Olathe is one of our most-serviced areas in Kansas. We most often service refrigerators, dishwashers, and washers in your area, so if yours isn't working, we can help fix it.
  • Tell us which appliance is having issues and we'll find the right pro in Olathe to get it fixed.
  • For your convenience, a professional will arrive within the two-hour window of your choice.

We keep your devices working properly throughout the year.

School is out and college students are back home from Midamerica Nazarene University and other colleges for the summer or winter break and suddenly your home is filled with activity.

Summer fun such as heading to Park View Station or taking a dip help you deal with the warm temps, but appliances, like your washing machine, also need to be ready to meet your needs after autumn and spring hiking trips.

Your home is your comfort space, but it’s also a machine. You use your appliances all year long, but seasonal changes can create additional work. For example, refrigerators see more use when average temps reach 94 degrees, while stoves and ovens will see more use during the winters that can reach lows of 21 degrees.

We offer repair pros to help fix the issue so your most-used devices aren’t out of service for long.

We know Olathe

Scheduling professional appliance repair throughFrontdoor Pro is simple in Olathe. It's much less stressful than searching for parts at the local hardware store and fixing it yourself. Just let us know the appliance you want repaired and when our pro should come to your house.

You’ll soon benefit from the expert help of one of our service people who have earned a 4.37-star average rating on 41 jobs in the city. No need to drive 2.41 miles to your closest The Home Depot. Just giveFrontdoor Pro a ring.

When you hire a member of the community, you book someone who knows the appliances in your area—including Whirlpool, General Electric, and Samsung, the most common brands in Olathe.
  • We felt that the service was not rushed, but complete! We're very pleased.
    Truman R., Olathe

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If one of your covered items stops working and it is beyond repair, we'll help find a new one. Guaranteed.

Home Warranties are meant for people with houses who have to make sure their appliances are functioning throughout the year. They're not insurance, they are a year-long service agreement in place to help cover the expense of getting your appliances repaired.

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Appliance repair in Olathe FAQ

The average cost of appliance repair in Olathe is $210.60, but the actual cost will depend on the manufacturer and type of your broken appliance.
The price of a replacement washer in Olathe can be more than $2,000. Repair costs are generally around $316, so it's often economical to have your washing machine fixed. The most frequent fixes in Abingdon are Kenmore appliances, followed by Frigidaire, Samsung, and LG.
Leaks are the typical problems with water heaters. As your water heater ages, water corrodes the tank and can cause tiny rifts. If the water leaks by the cold water inlet or hot water outlet, you might be able to stop the leak by using a pipe wrench and tightening the connections. Kenmore water heaters are the most repaired in the Abingdon area, with new water heaters typically costing between $1,000 to $3,000.
In Olathe, the average cost to repair a fridge is $139.00. New models run an average of between $1,000 and $2,000, so it's worth diagnosing the problem before choosing to replace. Additionally, it's important to note that Kenmore refrigerators are the most frequently serviced brand in Abington.

Built-in fridges are more expensive to replace than stand-alone models and have longer lifespans. Stand-alone refrigerators typically have lifespans of about 12 years, so if your refrigerator is approaching that age and has a problem, you might be better served getting a new one. Kenmore refrigerators are the most common brand serviced in the Abington area.
If you live in Olathe, 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 General Electric dishwashers and Samsung washing machines. The age of your appliance can help you determine if you should replace it or seek repairs.

From Whirlpool refrigerators to General Electric dishwashers, 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 Olathe 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 dishwashers to washing machines—we’ll replace it.
It can be much less expensive to repair rather than replace a dryer, as our average repair cost in Olathe is $258.37, while a new dryer will set you back anywhere from $300 to nearly $2,000.

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 Olathe.

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 Olathe, where the average cost to repair your dryer is $258.37.

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