To keep things as simple and streamlined as possible, Denver Appliance Repair will provide you with a written estimate before any of the work or repairs start.
Then, when the work is complete, we honour the price given on our written estimate. In other words, we guarantee that there will be no surprises, hidden fees, or extra costs. But that’s not even the best part! Our appliance repairs come in at 10% less than the competition.
Denver Appliance Repair also offers repair discounts for seniors, contacting us online, new customers, and more. Reach out to learn more about current discounts and offers.
Dealing with an appliance repair emergency? We know that appliance breakdowns usually happen when we least expect it.
That’s why Denver Appliance Repair is proud to offer same-day appointments. Contact us by phone or through our online contact form.
And one of our fabulous customer service representatives will be in touch as soon as possible. When you call us, we already know that you need your issue resolved quickly and efficiently, which means that we won’t waste any time getting you your estimate and sending out a trained technician to help you with your appliance issue.
At Denver Appliance Repair, no matter what, providing great customer service is always our top priority. When you call us, you’ll speak with a customer support representative, not an automated response system.
All members of our customer support team know appliance repairs inside and out.
Most appliances need thorough cleaning at least once every 5 to 6 months.A thorough cleaning will take care of debris that clogs and builds up on different parts of the appliance. Doing this can also be good for your health by minimizing the amount of dust and dirt present in your home or kitchen. This is particularly true for refrigerators, ovens, and stoves.
Whether we’re talking about an oven, refrigerator, or washing machine, cramming your appliance full of food or clothes can often do more harm than good. Not only will this prevent your oven from cooking properly, your fridge from cooling properly, or your washer from cleaning properly, but if the appliance is too full, it will work overtime to try and compensate. This will lead to extra wear and tear, and eventually, it could cause damage to the appliance.
Slamming appliance doors can damage the hinges and door gasket. You can also break important switches, and eventually, even the door.
Most appliances won’t run effectively with a broken door, door gasket, or switch. So treat your appliance doors with care!
To make sure your appliance is running properly, check its temperature. This is particularly important for refrigerators, stoves, and ovens. If the appliance does not reach the correct temperature, you’ll end up with under or overcooked food or food that’s gone bad. Checking the temperature on your appliances is simple. All you need to do is use a thermometer. If the temperature is correct, your appliance is working well. If not, contact us, and we’ll help you troubleshoot the issue.