Houston Appliance Repair and Service
Houston Appliance Repair Service is the solution for all of your major appliance repair needs. Professionally trained and experience technicians do their best to provide you with 100 percent satisfaction guarantee on your appliance repairs. We are ready to help you any time 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We specialize in repairing all major appliance brands and models. Our service call is free with the repair and, with our low-price match policy, we make sure that you pay the lowest possible price for all of your major appliance repairs in Houston. All of the work we do for you is guaranteed for one year, and the parts we use are always brand new and covered by the manufacturer’s warranty policy. Check out our warranty and price policies.
If you need a fast repair for your appliance problem, our local number for same-day Houston appliance repair service is:
Please Note: We Do Not Sell Parts and work on Microwaves
We repair all appliance, heating and air conditioning models
and brands in Houston:
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complete list of the brands we repair and service
We completely understand that an immediate response to your appliance repair service in Houston is urgent and extremely important. Our repair service is available for your call day or night 24/7 at our local number:
If you prefer, you can contact us for Houston appliance repair service via email. Just provide a brief explanation of your appliance problem along with your name and contact information, and as soon as we receive your note, we will contact you with the solution for your problem.
Our appliance repair service areas include all of Houston and the surrounding cities:
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Caution: Homeowners should not get involved any appliance repairs on their own, unless they are professionally trained and experienced in major appliance repairs. Repairing gas, electrical and mechanical issues that you are not familiar with can be very dangerous and costly. The information posted on our website is only for educational purposes, in order to help you become more familiar with your major appliances, while also learning how to use them in the most efficient and cost effective way. For professional help on your appliance repair service needs in Houston, call us at our local number:
Appliance Repairs Summary
If your major appliance, refrigerator or washing machine breaks down. The first step is to diagnose the problem. You may depend on nothing more than your senses at this stage: If the appliance makes strange noises, it's a fairly clear indication that the trouble is mechanical. A quiet reluctance to run suggests an electrical problem, especially if smoke or a burning odor was apparent at the time of failure. In that case, check first for a tripped circuit breaker or blown fuse before calling in a serviceperson or attempting further repairs. If the circuit has tripped or the fuse has blown and either one is not overloaded with too many competing items, reset the breaker or replace the fuse and see if it happens again. If it does, it means the appliance has probably developed a short circuit, and the breaker or fuse is doing its job in protecting the house wiring from overheating and possibly causing a fire.
The motors of air conditioners, refrigerator/ freezers, clothes dryers, and washing machines also generally contain an internal protector that interrupts the motor circuit when it senses excessive temperature or load current. When things cool down, these devices reset themselves and resume operation but only temporarily in the face of a persistent overload. Overload may be caused in a washing machine, for example, by nothing more than too many clothes circulating in too little water. Or an air conditioners refusal to start on a particularly hot day may be the result of the low voltage supplied during a brownout. On the other hand, if an appliance cuts out regularly for no apparent reason, you may assume that something serious is going on, namely in the electrical circuits of the unit. To correct the problem, it helps to understand the behavior of electricity. It can be compared to the flow of water in a swimming pool filter system, in which a pump sucks up water from the pool through a hose and drives it through the filter, whereupon a return hose conducts the water back to the pool. A generator can be thought of as a pump of electricity; it develops the pressure (voltage) to drive the current (amperage) through it wire to an appliance. The appliance, like the filter, does its job while offering some resistance (ohms) to the flow of the current. A return wire completes the circuit back to the generator (which is why a line cord has to have at least two conductors). To find the source of all electrical problems it may be necessary to check various components with all ohmmeter.
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