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Local, Same-day Appliance Repair in Washington
With temperatures getting as high as 98° in Washington in the summer and dropping to 20° in the winter, you want your house to be comfortable and functioning.
It's more common to need repairs on your refrigerator in Washington, however you don't want to break the bank. Typically, a new fridge costs between $1,000 and $2,000, but refrigerator repairs in the DC Metro Area region are only around $369.
ProConnect offers reliable, fast appliance repairs featuring next-day or same-day visits.
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Quality Service from Washington Appliance Repair Pros
American Home Shield ProConnect™ finds Washington technicians who are experts in fixing appliances, including refrigerator repair—which means you won't have to waste time asking for recommendations and seeking out trustworthy, reliable professional appliance repair. Our carefully selected group of vetted, high-quality experts have earned an average rating of 4 stars, so you know getting excellent appliance repair service when a ProConnect professional shows up at your door.
ProConnect pros have worked on more than 657 appliance repairs in Washington, from small appliance repair on microwave ovens to more extensive repair projects on air conditioning units and refrigerators.
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If a device is malfunctioning you need it repaired as soon as possible, but you also need to know the exact appliance repair cost. American Home Shield ProConnect™ provides upfront, flat-fee rates so you know exactly what you'll be paying.
It's as simple as scheduling your appointment online and selecting a two-hour time slot for your pro to arrive. You can even follow your expert online while they’re on route to your house, and you won't pay until your appliance is repaired.
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Plan Ahead and Save money with a Home Warranty
Homeowners in Washington are proud of their homes, but they still appreciate saving a bit of money when fixing appliances that need care, ranging from refrigerators and stoves to dryers and dishwashers. When you consider the average cost of appliance repair in Washington, DC compared to a home warranty, you will see the possibility to save a considerable amount with the long-term solution of a warranty.
American Home Shield Warranties are different from insurance. We offer plans for people who have appliances they want to keep in good working order. Our home warranty is a year-long home service plan that helps with the cost to repair or replace parts of a home's systems and appliances.
An American Home Shield home warranty can help protect your money when major systems and appliances wear out. And if we can't repair your covered item, we will help you to get another one. Guaranteed.
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On average, home warranty plans cost from $500 to $700 per year. Our plans begin as low as $39.99 per month.
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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.
Appliance Repair Service in Washington FAQ
The most common cause of a refrigerator not staying cold is a problem with the condenser coils. When your condenser coils are dirty, air can't circulate properly and refrigerant can't cool as it passes through the condenser coils. Fixing this problem could be as simple as unplugging the refrigerator and cleaning the coils.
The ProConnect 30-day guarantee promises that if there's an issue with your completed job within 30 days, we'll send out a repair person for free.
Whether or not it is worth repairing your refrigerator can be decided by the style of your refrigerator and its age. Because of the fact that their appliance repair cost is lower than stand-alone refrigerators and that they have a longer lifespan, built-in fridges are worth repairing regardless of age.