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Appliance repair in Ontario, California

With the help of American Home Shield ProConnect®, you can get your appliances working again.

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3.8 average rating in Ontario

Same-day appliance repair in Ontario

  • Our pros can perform a variety of appliance repair jobs. In Ontario, we are most frequently asked to repair fridges, washers, and water heaters.
  • Just tell us which appliance isn't working and what the issue seems to be.
  • A contractor will come to your house within the two-hour timetable you have requested, so your device gets fixed during a time that's convenient for you.
  • Our highly reviewed local pros in Ontario will start your appliance repair quickly.

Summer is upon us. Be confident your devices are in working order.

Your appliances will have extra work to do with school out for the summer and college students returning home. Summers in Ontario can be intense, and cooling off can cause additional strain on your refrigerator, washing machine, and other appliances. ProConnect finds appliance repair professionals to help make sure you don't have to go long without the appliances you rely on.

Appliance repair service in Ontario made easy

With ProConnect's professional appliance repair, there's no need to the nearest Ace Hardware to search for parts for your device. Merely choose the appliance that is malfunctioning and we'll send a pro to your home. Next thing you know, one of our professionals who have a 4.81-star average rating on32 jobs in the area will be starting the job. The brands we work on most frequently in in Ontario are Kenmore, Whirlpool, and General Electric, and our local service people can get them repaired along with whatever other brands of appliances are in your home.
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  • I got an honest evaluation and the tech had a great attitude. Thanks!
    Walter G., Ontario
  • We had a very nice tech. He was thorough and explained everything. I'm very satisfied with the work.
    Shannon L., Ontario
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With ProConnect's upfront prices, you know precisely what the cost will be for repairs before they are underway. Plus, our *ProConnect Guarantee* helps you relax, knowing that repairs are carried out properly—and you don't have to pay anything until your appliance is back in working order.

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A home warranty protects your budget and your appliances.

American Home Shield Home Warranties are designed for homeowners who want to have their appliances working properly throughout the year. Home warranties are not insurance, they are a year-long service agreement meant to help with the price of getting your appliances fixed. If your systems and devices succumb to age, we're there for you. And if we can't repair your covered item, we'll help you get another one. Guaranteed.

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Average Cost to Repair Without a Home Warranty in Ontario, CA

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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Ontario appliance repair FAQs

Appliance repair costs depend on the the brand and type of device that needs repair. The average cost for repair services in Ontario is $121.92.
The cost of a new washer can be upwards of $2,000. Service costs are generally around $100 and $200, so it's often less costly to get your washing machine fixed in Ontario.
The most common trouble with water heaters is a leak. Over time, water can cause tiny fissures in the tank. If the tank leaks by the water outlet or inlet, you might just need to tighten the connections to repair the leak.
The average cost of refrigerator repair in Ontario is $171.65, significantly cheaper than the price of a new refrigerator. A new fridge costs between $1,000 and $2,000.Stand-alone refrigerators generally last about 12 years, while built-in fridges can cost a lot more but work much longer, so if you have a stand-alone model around 12 years old and is showing signs of wear, you should buy another instead of fixing it.
If you live in Ontario, your refrigerator may be the most likely to break down. We get the most service requests for refrigerators than any other type of appliance. Your appliance's age can help you determine if you should replace it or seek repairs.Household appliances have limits to their lifespans, but you can take steps to prolong the use of your appliances. Taking care of your appliances can help keep them operating longer and protect your budget. Read the manual for the appliance make, model, and brand and get a sense of how to properly clean and maintain your appliance.Repairing or replacing appliances 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 washers, fridges, and water heaters, no matter their age, will be repaired or replaced.
Our average cost for dryer repair in Ontario is $214.62. Compared to paying between $300 and nearly $2,000 for a new dryer, repair is significantly cheaper.It may be beneficial to fix your dryer yourself, if you can diagnose the issue. 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 problems from not stopping or starting to overheating or taking too long to complete a cycle. If you don't want to attempt the repairs, many professional repair people in Ontario are just a phone call away.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. Heat and speed are controlled by timer. 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 Ontario.

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