The median income per household in Alpharetta is $79,235, and many homes have top-of-the-line dryers that are expensive to replace.
A new dryer costs from $400 to nearly $2,000, depending on the make and model. However, dryer repairs in Atlanta and its surrounding region cost an average of just $240.
A properly functioning dryer isn't just a convenience, it's something you need. You have to have it fixed quickly.
Frontdoor Pro offers reliable, fast dryer repairs with same-day or next-day service.
Quality dryer repair from Alpharetta pros
A dryer often needs repairs after 10 to 13 years, depending on the brand and how you care for it. In Alpharetta, when you hire an Alpharetta repair person, you're employing a member of the Atlanta community. They are familiar with local culture and can get the job done quickly. Your dryer will be back to its old self and getting your freshly-cleaned clothes warm, dry, and wrinkle-free in no time.
Samsung Dryer Repair. Cost effective service, Serge was very courteous, informative and professional. I will definitely use your company for any future repairs.
– Pauline B, Altadena
I went on line and made the appointment at 9am. I was given a 2-3 hour window of time. The technician called when he was 25-30 minutes away. He came and thoroughly diagnosed the problem that 2 other repairmen had misdiagnosed and said it would be 2 weeks to wait for the parts and $600 plus dollars. American Home Shield was $200 plus, and they fixed it on the spot. My LG Dryer is back in working. Ivan is excellent.
Our best dryer repair pros are standing by, ready to serve you.
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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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Costs without a Warranty
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.
We keep your home up and running.
American Home Shield (AHS) Home Warranties aren't insurance. We provide plans for people who have systems and appliances they'd like to keep in working order. A home warranty is a year-long, renewable home service plan that helps with the cost to repair or replace parts of a home's systems and appliances.
We cover dryers and so much more.
If there's one appliance that you rely on daily, it's your dryer. Unfortunately, your clothes dryers, like any appliance in your house, can break down, leaving you with a pile of wet clothes. Our home warranty protects your budget when major systems and appliances wear out. If we can’t repair your covered item, we’ll replace it.
A dryer makes noises when some of its parts begin to wear down. A few of these pieces that begin to break down and need repair are: glides, the blower wheel, the drum support roller, the belt, and bearings.
It's worth fixing dryers that are less than four years old if the cost of repairs is under $400. Pricier dryers may still be worth repairing at a higher price if they are still in otherwise good condition.