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Appliance repair in Sudbury, Massachusetts

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Appliance repair in Sudbury with same-day service

  • Our professionals complete a wide range of services in Sudbury, including servicing refrigerators, water heaters, dishwashers, and more.
  • Just let us know which appliance needs to be fixed and what the issue is.
  • Select a two-hour window for our contractor to show up.
  • Get your appliance repair in Sudbury started quickly with our highly reviewed local experts.

Summer is here. Be certain your devices are functioning properly.

Your appliances will have additional work to do with school out for the summer and college students returning home. Summer activities such as enjoying a day at campground or cooling off in the pool help you beat the heat and humidity, but appliances, like your washer and dryer, need to be prepared for additional work. ProConnect appliance repair professionals keep the devices in your house working properly when you need them the most.

ProConnect makes it simple to find appliance repair service in Sudbury

With ProConnect's professional appliance repair, there's no need to your local hardware store to search for the tools and parts to fix your device. Simply select the appliance that needs to be fixed and we'll find the right pro to send to your home. Our pros have been awarded a 4-star average rating on service calls in the city so you can have confidence that they will do a good job. The brands we work with most commonly in Sudbury are Kitchen aid, General Electric and Kenmore, and our local service people are familiar with their typical issues, as well as those of other brands in your home.
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You need top notch appliance repair in Sudbury, but you don’t want to overpay. ProConnect's upfront pricing lets you know exactly what you’ll pay right from the start. No surprises or upsells. Additionally, the *ProConnect Guarantee* ensures that each job will be done properly—and you don't pay anything until the work is done.

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Save with a home warranty

American Home Shield Home Warranties are not insurance. Our plans are made for people like you who own appliances they rely on. Our year-long home service agreement helps negate the expense to replace or repair the parts in your home's appliances and systems. If one of your covered items is damaged and can't be fixed, we will help you find a replacement.

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Average Cost to Repair Without a Home Warranty in Sudbury, MA

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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Sudbury appliance repair FAQs

The average cost of appliance repair in Sudbury is $117.71, but the actual cost will depend on on the brand and type of the device.
The cost of a replacement washer can be more than $2,000. Service costs are usually around $100 and $200, so it's often best to get your washer fixed in Sudbury.
The typical problem with water heaters is leaking. As the heater ages, water can create tiny cracks in the tank. If your tank leaks near the water outlet or inlet, you might just need to tighten the couplings to stop the leak.
The cost repairing a fridge in Sudbury is typically between $100 and $200, while the price of a new refrigerator is between $1,000 and $2,000.Stand-alone refrigerators function best for about 12 years, while built-in fridges cost more and last much longer. If you have a stand-alone model around 12 years old and has an issue, it might be worth getting a new one rather than fixing it.
It’s possible to exceed your appliance's expected lifespan with some simple actions. Maintaining your appliances helps keep them like new and can save you a lot of money. First, learn how to properly clean each appliance. 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.You can make the right decision whether to repair or replace an appliance with the right coverage in Sudbury. American Home Shield® members can rest easy knowing their appliances will be protected at any age. Our home service plans cover appliances like water heaters, refrigerators, and dishwashers—no maintenance records or home inspections required. And if we can’t repair a covered item, we’ll replace it.
You may opt to tackle dryer repair yourself. Dryers can experience various issues in different areas—from the drum not functioning to the appliance failing to start. It may be that your dryer is taking much too long or that it is overheating. It's important to diagnose the exact problem before you start on DIY repairs. If you choose not to do it yourself, many qualified pros are on hand to handle dryer repair in Sudbury.Here are some things to know about the basic functions: 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. 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 Sudbury.

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