Does your appliance need fixed? Do not wait any longer!
Call us at (312) 313-2470 and schedule an appliance repair or in-home diagnosis.
Appliances We Repair - for BOTH commercial & residential clients:
- Ranges & Stoves
- Washers / Dryers
Why Choose Us?
- We are completely upfront,
- You get billed for parts & labor only, and,
- You can enjoy $10 off your first repair with us.
'What if I am not sure whether I can afford the appliance repair?'
Most appliance owners cannot afford paying for repairs because most companies overbill. It is unnecessary for an appliance repair provider to charge for diagnosis or transportation -- or anything besides parts and labor actually.
If you know the replacement parts you will need to buy, that will give you enough to go on. If not, we can diagnose the problem, find the faulty parts and price out their replacement. The worst case scenario would be that you say, 'no,' to the repair and you pay for the service call.
'Would it not make more sense to replace my appliance?'
Each type of appliance has a different life expectancy. If you take care of your appliance, you can expect it to survive for about that long before having serious mechanical problems. Running into issues that cost you $500+ on a $1,000 refrigerator should have you running for the door.
There is no 'rule of thumb' per se, but it is fair to follow this:
- If the repair will cost more than 30% of replacing the unit, consider buying new.
- If the repair will cost more than the equivalent used unit, considering buying new or used.
- If the model is already outdated and with little time left, consider replacing it.
'How long should my appliance last me?'
There is an average life expectancy range that applies to each type of appliance. See it below, but remember the life expectancy could vary by a few years based on stuff like whether the appliance is electric or gas powered and whether it was maintained well.
Here is the average life expectancy by appliance type:
- Dishwasher: 9 - 16 years
- Dryer (Gas): 11 - 16 years
- Dryer (Electric): 11 - 18 years
- Freezer: 12 - 20 years
- Range (Gas): 15 - 23 years
- Range (Electric): 13 - 20 years
- Refrigerator: 10 - 18 years
- Washing machine: 8 - 16 years
These numbers come from the 23rd annual profit portrait of the U.S. appliance industry.
REQUEST AN IN-HOME APPLIANCE INSPECTION TODAY!
Before calling, make note of the following: the make and model of your appliance, which parts might be damaged or faulty, any error codes that might be showing up, and what is not working right with it.
Error codes? Some newer appliances (especially stoves) have digital display screens that show error codes when internal problems are detected. Usually these codes show up as a result of some type of technical failure, but a physical defect could also be to blame.
By giving us the codes, and the make and model of your appliance, it will be easy to pinpoint the reason for your appliance troubles. From there, we can enter your home or place of business better prepared to complete the repair; we might even have universal parts on-hand to get the job done instantly.
Never hesitate to get your appliance fixed or inspected; our Chicago appliance repair specialists will get the job done fast -- and you will only pay for parts and labor!
If it is your first repair, do not forget to mention our $10 off discount for new customers!
Call (312) 313-2470 to schedule an appointment today!
Customer testimonials, reviews and feedback
Our cousin moved out of state a few weeks ago and gifted us his Whirlpool range. It was a slide-in model that fit perfectly with our kitchen. What we didn't know was that the motherboard in it has been overheating for a while. It finally blew out last week so we called your appliance repair line to figure out a repair solution. We got an estimation over the phone and decided to pass and just replace the unit, but your technician was incredibly honest to the point he suggested we do that for financial reasons anyway.
Avantgarde Appliance Repair Pros services all major brands of household appliances:
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Are you diagnosing or repairing a problem with your appliance? Be extremely careful. Every time you test something or make any changes to your appliance, you will want the appliance to have no power to it. If you made a change, you will need to test it again with the power on. At this time, you should avoid touching the appliance directly. For example, just turn your oven on and then give the appliance power. If it's not working properly, detach the power supply again.
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