We cater to the Minneapolis MN area as a highly dependable appliance repair service provider. Our history as a Minneapolis appliance repair is very transparent – we are known in the Minneapolis MN area as being appliance repair technicians that get the job done right.
Our team has worked one just about every type of major appliance by make and model that has made it to the market in the past 20 years. We stop at nothing to ensure that our client’s receive top notch service and this comes with consistent results. Our efforts to complete an appliance repair in Minneapolis MN job never go unnoticed as we never leave a machine broken.
Simply put, getting an appliance repaired comes down to getting the right parts for the job. In most cases, replacing faulty appliance parts are what makes all the difference in the performance of your appliance. We need all different kinds of appliance parts every single day, so we have a great relationship (aka discount!) with various providers of appliance parts in Minneapolis MN and we make you a part of that.
Contact us if you need an appliance repair in Minneapolis MN. We will send a technician out to diagnose the problem and write out an estimate. If you hire us for your appliance repair, we will also waive the visit fee and give you $10 off your first repair!
Customer testimonials, reviews and feedback
"It was close to midnight on Friday. I scheduled an appointment with this company. It was confirmed early in the morning. It didn’t even take till lunch time for one of their techs to make it out to my home. He also gave us a call prior to showing up. He was friendly, educated, and a quick worker. Most importantly, he was able to repair my appliance and he did so at only a fraction of what I expected to pay. This company deserves an A+ for workmanship and professionalism, no doubt about it! "
Minneapolis Appliance Repair Pros services all major brands of household appliances:
Admiral, Amana, Bosch, Broan, Carrier, Coldspot, Dacor, Danby, InSinkErator, Electrolux, Emerson, Fedders, Friedrich, Frigidaire, GE, Gemline, Goldstar, Haier, Heil, Hotpoint, Jenn Air, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Koolatron, Krups, Lennox, LG, Magic Chef, Maytag, Modern Maid, Neptune, Oster, Panasonic, Payne, Primier, RCA, Rheem, Roper, Ruud, Samsung, Sanyo, Sears, Sharp, Signature, Speed Queen, Sub-Zero, Summit, Thermador, Viking, Vinotemp, Whirlpool, Westinghouse
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Most stories on appliances getting invented aren’t very interesting for the average reader. Understandable, but there are still some takeaway facts that are interesting. For example, did you know that the inventor of the washer wasn’t the inventor of the dryer? The original idea for a clothes dryer first surfaced with a not so effective device back in 1799. Meanwhile, the first washer creation surfaced in 1851. It makes sense, though, people were used to hand-washing clothes and couldn’t handle weather-related problems. Then, there was a working dryer and it only made sense to automate the washing part as well.
Minneapolis Appliance Repair Pros