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Appliance repair in Winter spring, Florida

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3.2 average rating in Winter Springs

Appliance repair in Winter spring with same-day service

  • If your dryer is taking more time to dry clothes than it used to, it might be due a professional tune-up. American Home Shield ProConnect™ can put you in touch with a local, vetted dryer repair technician in Winter spring who will help get your dryer back up and running as soon as possible.
  • Refrigerators, dishwashers, and washing machines are the devices we repair most often in Winter spring but we have a pro for any appliance repair job.
  • When your device isn't working, choose the service you need, and we’ll find an honest and knowledgeable appliance repair service professional who’s the best fit for you.
  • For your convenience, a professional will show up within the two-hour window of your choosing.

We keep your appliances in good shape all year.

Winter and summer break can place extra strain on your home, with your kids spending more time at home. Maybe you have university students back from Full Sail University and other colleges and the house is suddenly full again.

Summer fun such as heading to The Woods or going for a swim help you beat the warm temps, but appliances, like your washing machine, also need to be ready for additional work after autumn and spring hiking trips.

While it's vital to keep all of your appliances running smoothly, some are more susceptible than others. Summer and winter temperatures can cause additional strain on the appliances -- even 77-degree springs and 78-degree falls may be too much for them.

It's always a good idea to have your appliances checked by a professional, regardless of the time of year. Regular maintenance may help your appliances last longer and prevent costly repairs down the road. It's always best to be safe than sorry when it comes to appliance maintenance. If you require appliance repair or service in Winter spring, get in touch with us. We're here to help you maintain an efficient home year-round.

We know Winter spring

Our pros have the city of Winter spring covered when it comes to appliance repair service. We know how frustrating it can be when your appliances are in need of a sudden repair, often when it's the most inconvenient time. Whether it's your stocked refrigerator going out the night of a big dinner party, or your washer just not working as well as it used to, we understand that appliance problems can be a real pain. That's why our appliance repair technicians are here to help.

Soon, you'll be receiving the expert aid of one of our service people who have earned a 4.63-star average rating on 30 jobs in the area. No need to drive 3.56 miles to your nearest The Home Depot. Just get in touch with us.

The most commonly serviced brands in Winter spring are Whirlpool, Kenmore, and General Electric, and our local professionals are experts on top brands whatever other brands of appliances that need attention.
  • Tech was very good and professional and made sure my dryer was working before he left
    Esmeralda H., Winter Springs
  • Overall, it was a good experience. The tech knew what he was doing and did not try selling me on repairs I didn't need. The only issue was that the tech did not come with a mask. We supplied him with one.
    Robert N., Winter Springs
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Having an appliance repaired doesn't have to be a financial burden. Our upfront pricing lets you see exactly how much you'll be charged before the repairs start.

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If one of your covered items wears out and we can't fix it, we'll help you replace it. Guaranteed.

American Home Shield Home Warranties are made for people with houses who would like to keep their appliances functioning all year long. They're not insurance, they're a year-long service agreement meant to help you cover the expense of fixing your appliances.

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Average Cost to Repair Without a Home Warranty in Winter Springs, FL

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 Winter spring FAQ

The average appliance repair cost in Winter spring is $142.07, but the actual cost depends on the manufacturer and type of your appliance.
A new washing machine could cost $2,000 or more. Washing machine repair in Winter spring will cost around $228, so it is usually more cost effective to have a washer fixed. Kenmore appliances are the most frequent repairs in Abingdon, followed by Frigidaire, Samsung, and LG.
Leaks are the most frequent difficulties with water heaters and are often caused by small cracks in the tank or loose connections 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 fixing a fridge in Winter spring is $331.40, which is considerably cheaper than buying a new refrigerator. New refrigerators can cost between $1,000 and $2,000. Another thing to note is that Kenmore refrigerators are the most frequently serviced appliance in Abington.

Stand-alone refrigerators generally last about 12 years, while built-in fridges can cost more but last much longer, so if you have a stand-alone model around 12 years old that's broken, you should buy a new one instead of fixing it. In the Abington area, Kenmore refrigerators are the most frequently serviced brand.
If you live in Winter spring, your dryer may be the likeliest to break down. We get more service calls for Whirlpool dryers than any other type of appliance, followed by Kenmore dishwashers and General Electric washers. The age of your appliance can help you determine if you should replace it or seek repairs.

From Whirlpool refrigerators to Kenmore dishwashers, 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 Winter spring 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 dishwashers to washing machines—we’ll replace it.
The average price for us to repair in Winter spring is $248.29. Compared to paying between $300 and nearly $2,000 for a new dryer, repair is significantly cheaper.

It's important to diagnose the problem before deciding to take repairs on yourself. Dryers can experience a range of issues—from not starting properly to the drum not turning. It may be that your dryer is taking much too long or that it gets too hot. Find the source of the problem before you try to repair it. If you are curious about professional services, our average dryer repair cost is $248.29 on average in Winter spring.

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 Winter spring.

When breakdowns happen, we can help.