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Appliance repair in Rio Linda, California

Get your appliances back in working order with the help of a professional from American Home Shield ProConnect®.

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Same-day appliance repair in Rio Linda

  • Imagine this scenario: you're parched, so you open the fridge to pour a glass of cold water, only to realize that the water is room temperature. American Home Shield ProConnect™ will quickly put you in touch with a local professional in Rio Linda who can restore your fridge before your food goes bad.
  • ProConnect pros perform a variety of services in the Rio Linda area, most frequently repairing fridges, washers, and dishwashers.
  • All you have to do is tell us which device could use some work and what the problem is.
  • Pick a two-hour window for our appliance repair expert to arrive.

We keep appliances working properly during the summer heat and winter cold.

Throughout the summer and winter break, you need to keep an eye on your overworked appliances, with kids out of school and college students coming home from California State University-Sacramento and other schools.

The summer heat and cooler fall weather in Rio Linda can be intense, and finding relief can create additional strain on your fridge, washing machine, and other devices.

Your home is your comfort space, but it’s also a machine. You use your appliances all year long, but temperature changes can put different strains on them. For example, refrigerators be used more when average temps reach 107 degrees, while ovens and stoves will see more use during the winters that can reach lows of 52 degrees.

We find appliance repair professionals to help fix the issue so your most relied-on aren’t having issues for long.

Appliance repair service in Rio Linda made easy.

With ProConnect's professional appliance repair, you no longer have to the nearest Ace Hardware to search for the tools and parts to fix your appliance. Simply choose the appliance that isn't working and we'll send a pro to your home in Rio Linda.

ProConnect pros have been given a 4.5-star average rating on jobs in the area so you can be confident in the work they do. No need to drive 4.49 miles to your closest The Home Depot. Just get in touch with AHS.

The brands we most often repair in in Rio Linda are Kenmore, General Electric, and Whirlpool, and our local service people are familiar with their common problems, as well as those of any other brands of appliances that are in your home.
  • Our tech was very nice and took time to explain everything so that I could make an informed decision.
    Carlene D., Rio Linda
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Upfront rates, no surprise fees. Pay only when the job is finished.

Get your cost up front. There’s no pressure and no surprises.

With ProConnect's upfront prices in Rio Linda, you are aware what the price will be for repairs before they begin.

In addition, our *ProConnect Guarantee* helps you relax, knowing that repairs are carried out correctly—and you don't have to pay anything until your device is working again.

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If one of your appliances breaks down and we can't fix it, we'll help find a replacement. Guaranteed.

The American Home Shield Home Warranty is available for people with houses who want to make sure that their devices work throughout the year. They are not insurance, rather a year-long service agreement to help you cover the expense of repairing your appliances.

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Average Cost to Repair Without a Home Warranty in Rio Linda, 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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Appliance repair in Rio Linda FAQ

The average cost of appliance repair in Rio Linda is $132.07, but the actual cost depends on the brand and type of your broken appliance.
Our washer repairs in Rio Linda are usually priced between $100 and $200. Depending on the model, a new washer can cost as much as $2,000, depending on make and model. Kenmore washers and dryers are the most popular repairs in Abingdon, followed by Frigidaire, Samsung, and LG.
Leaks are the most frequent problems with water heaters and are often caused by corrosion in the tank or loose couplings at the water inlet and outlet. Households in Abingdon typically have to repair their Kenmore water heaters more often than other models, with new water heaters costing between $1,000 and $3,000.
The average cost of repairing a refrigerator in Rio Linda is $421.97, which is considerably cheaper than getting a new refrigerator. New refrigerators can run between $1,000 and $2,000. Another thing to note is that Kenmore refrigerators are the most frequently serviced appliance in Abington.

Built-in refrigerators are more expensive to replace than stand-alone models and have longer lifespans. Stand-alone fridges typically last around 12 years, so if your appliance is approaching that age and is breaking down, it might be advisable to get a new one. Kenmore refrigerators are the most common brand serviced in the Abington area.
In Rio Linda, Kenmore 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 Rio Linda. If an older appliance needs frequent attention, it may be time to invest in an updated version.

From Kenmore refrigerators to General Electric washers, 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 Rio Linda is made easier with the right coverage. For American Home Shield® 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 washing machines to dishwashers—we’ll replace it.
A new appliance like a dryer can cost anywhere between $300 to nearly $2,000, while our average price for dryer repair in Rio Linda is $502.55, so it’s usually cheaper to have your dryer repaired.

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 Rio Linda.

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 Rio Linda.

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