Minneapolis, St Paul Appliance, Heating and Air Conditioning
Repair and Service
Minneapolis-Saint Paul Appliance Repair is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If you need immediate help for major appliance repair such as your air conditioning or heating systems, you can depend on our professional service. We perform same day service in theMinneapolis, St Paul, "Twin Cities" and all the surrounding areas. We repair all brands and models of major appliances, air conditioning and heating systems. There is no charge for our service call if we perform the repair and we don't apply an extra charge for night, weekend or holiday appointments. Our repair technicians are professionally trained to provide you with 100 % satisfaction guarantee service. You pay the lowest possible price for repairs to your appliance, air conditioning, or heating system. We back up all our repair estimates with a low-price guarantee policy protection.
Call us with confidence at our toll free number for a same
day repair appointment at:
For parts only: 800-370-9281
Please note that all purchased appliance parts are shipped directly to you.
We repair all appliance and air conditioning brands:
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You can schedule your same day Minneapolis and Saint Paul appliance, air conditioning or heating repair appointment simply by calling us at our toll free line:
Or contact us via email. Please include your name, contact information and brief explanation of the problem you are experiencing with your major appliance. As soon as we receive the email we will notify you to schedule your appointment for Minneapolis-Saint Paul Appliance Repair.
Our service area for major Appliance, Air Conditioning and Heating repairs includes the entire Minneapolis and Saint Paul areas. Please view the complete list below:
Saint Paul, 55101-55191
Bloomington , 55431
Brooklyn Park, 55428-55445
Saint Louis Park, 55416
Golden Valley, 55416-55427
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Below, we provide you information on how you can extend the life of your appliances and how you can save money on your utility bills by using them in the most efficient way. It is posted here without any suggestion that you can do the appliance repairs yourself. All appliance repairs require experience, special tools, and professional training. Repairs for gas or electric systems can become very dangerous if you don't have the knowledge or experience needed. For experienced, professional help call us 24/7 at:
Even under the very best conditions the need for an appliance repair service call is not a welcome experience. It's usually unexpected and unbudgeted, and always seems to come at the most inappropriate time. Besides the cost of the appliance repair, you face a certain amount of "down time” the period when you can't use the appliance. It's a situation well worth avoiding if you can.
Here's what you can do to try to avoid a appliance repair call:
1. Check the appliance plug. And don't just look at the plug. Take hold of it, and make sure its prongs are all the way into the outlet.
2. What about the fuse or circuit breaker that protects the circuit on which the appliance operates? Is the fuse blown or the breaker tripped? Make sure. Press the breaker knob toward the on position. Unless you are absolutely confident that the fuse is good, substitute a new one of the proper amperage. Remember that a 230-volt appliance such as a dryer has two fuses. One blown fuse may knock out only part of the appliance for instance the heating element.
3. Is your power off? Or is your neighborhood perhaps undergoing a power brown-out? If so, your appliances obviously won't work or at least they won't work right. In a brown-out, it's best to turn off or unplug automatic motor-operated appliances because of the possibility of a low-voltage motor burnout.
4. If the ailing appliance has a self-contained light, is the light working? If not, suspect a burned-out bulb or that you still haven't made a complete checkout of the first three possibilities above.
5. Check to make sure that the entire appliance controls are properly set and that all buttons are all the way in.
6. If your appliance is a refrigerator, is it perhaps in it’s defrost cycle? Repairmen have been called because of this.
7. If there's a water leak, will something as simple as tightening a hose clamp stop it?
8. If a washer fails to fill with water, be sure someone has not turned off the valves in the pipes leading to the machine.
9. Remember that in the damp-dry cycle, a washer basket may not spin unless the lid is closed.
0. What particular symptom do you notice about your appliance?
Did you find this symptom in the instruction book that came with your appliance?
11. Have you taken care of your appliance as recommended in your instruction book? Is it possible that just a good tning is all that's needed? Grease in a gas jet? Dust on a refrigerator coils? Lint in a dryer?
Don't give up until you have gone through all of these easy appliance repair checkouts. Your next move then may be to call that repairman unless you want to attempt the needed appliance repair yourself. If you call the repairman. be prepared to describe to him what you have learned and done. Also have at hand the serial and model numbers. He'll undoubtedly ask you for them. If your appliance is still in warranty, attempt no repairs yourself or you will lose your benefits. Manufacturers are very touchy about this slightest change from the original condition can be called tamper legal grounds for invalidating the warranty. Don't take a chance. From our website you can learn how to undertake the solution of the difficult appliance problems the ones that make up some 75 % of a serviceman's work load. You will learn, too, when it's better for you not to attempt a appliance repair. But for the present, learn that its about all of those unnecessary appliance repair calls. Remember that by putting pack just a single pulled-out electrical plug you might save at least $25 for appliance repair.
We only provide you information on how you can extend the life of your appliances and how you can save money on your utility bills by using them in the most efficient way. It is posted here without any suggestion that you can do the appliance repairs yourself. All appliance repairs require experience, special tools, and professional training. Repairs for gas or electric systems can become very dangerous if you don't have the knowledge or experience needed. For experienced, professional help call us 24/7 at:
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