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Appliance repair in Washington, Washington, D.C.

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

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Appliance repair in Washington with same-day service

  • If your device does not work properly, give us the details and we will find an honest and knowledgeable appliance repair professional who will be glad to be of service.
  • To keep you from waiting all day, a repair person will show up within a two-hour window you select.
  • Our highly reviewed local professionals in Washington DC will make sure your home appliance repair is done right.

Get your appliances in working order during the summer heat.

Your appliances will have additional work to do with the kids out of school for the summer and college students coming home. Summer activities such as enjoying a day at Rock Creek Park or cooling off in the pool help you deal with the heat and humidity, but devices, like your washer and dryer, need to be prepared for additional work. ProConnect appliance repair professionals keep the appliances in your house up and running when you need them the most.

ProConnect makes it simple to find appliance repair service in Washington

Repairing a broken appliance on your own is hard and could leave them in worse shape. That's why we make finding professional appliance repair in Washington easy. Just tell us what appliance is broken and when to send a pro. Our contractors have done more than657 service calls in the city with an average rating of 4.46 stars, so you know you're getting the best.
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  • The repairman gave us excellent service. He knew immediately what was wrong with the appliance and explained it clearly. He ordered a new piece and returned the next day for the repair. He was fast, but thorough. We are extremely pleased with the service. Thank you!
    Martine W., Washington DC
  • ProConnect was great! The technician called when he was 1/2 hour out, then arrived on time, quickly diagnosed and fixed the problem. He was courteous, efficient, and competent. The price was right too. I will definitely seek help from ProConnect if I have any future need for an appliance repair. Thank you!
    Leslie H., Washington DC
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Get your cost up front. There’s no pressure and no surprises.

Our upfront pricing lets you know ahead of time that you will pay a reasonable rate with no upsells or surprises. Better yet, you don’t be charged a penny until the work is complete—and every repair is backed by the *ProConnect Guarantee*.

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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 devices they need to keep in working order. Our year-long home service agreement helps mitigate the expense of replacing or repairing the parts in your home's appliances and systems. If one of your items is damaged and cannot be repaired, we will help you find a replacement. For more information, check out the Are Home Warranties Worth It and Home Appliance Insurance pages.

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Average Cost to Repair Without a Home Warranty in Washington, DC

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 Washington FAQs

    The average appliance repair cost in Washington is $227.74, but the actual cost depends on the brand and type of the device.
    The price of a replacement washer can be upwards of $2,000. Repair costs are usually around $100 and $200, so it's often economical to get your washer fixed in Washington.
    Leaks are the standard difficulties with water heaters and are often caused by small cracks in the tank or loose connections at the water inlet and outlet.
    Purchasing a fridge sets you back between $1,000 and $2,000, whereas refrigerator repair in Washington is somewhere between $100 and $200.Stand-alone refrigerators generally last about 12 years, while built-in fridges cost considerably more but last longer, so if you have a stand-alone model around 12 years old and needs repair, you should replace it instead of fixing it.
    Appliances, like any household item, have 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 save you some money, too. Get acquainted with the manual for the appliance make, model, and brand and get a sense of how to correctly clean and maintain your appliance.
    You may find it easy to diagnose and fix your dryer on your own. There are many reasons a dryer may stop working, so finding the right source and area is important before you attempt or seek repairs. 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 dryer repair experts in Washington will be happy to help.Your dryer likely follows the same basic functions: 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 Washington.

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