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our pricing

Our pricing for repairs is no secret

What you are going to pay for your repair is important, and we never want you to wonder.

Service Call and Repair Charges

We Use Flat Rate Pricing*

Our service call fee is $125.00 for all major household appliances *

  • Our technician will arrive at your home and diagnose your appliance.
  • After our technician has completed his diagnosis, he will give you an exact estimate for repairs. The service call charge will be included in the repair quote.
  • If you decide to proceed with repairs, the quoted amount will be the amount you pay.
  • If repairs are declined, or if your appliance is rendered unrepairable (deemed unsafe, parts are unavailable, or the price of repairs exceeds the cost of buying new), the $125 service call charge will be collected.

* Due to the difficulty of diagnostics, our service call fee is $150.00 for all gas fireplaces and $175.00 for ice machines.


What You Recieve

What You Can Expect With our Service & Repair*

  • Expert service
  • Factory-trained service technicians
  • Technicians are background, drug, and alcohol certified
  • 90-day Service Charge Warranty
  • 1-Year Parts and Labor Warranty
  • Authorized warranty service for many major brands
  • Flat-rate pricing for our repairs, with the Original Blue Book
  • Real-time part pricing and availability with our computers in the home
  • Licensed and properly insured
  • In business for over three decades
  • A family-owned-and-operated business
  • The knowledge that we care about the happiness of our customers
* We can not warranty any repairs that are used in a commercial or high-volume setting. We shall extend a 90-day warranty on replacement parts against manufacturer defects per technician discretion.

Please Note: There may be situations where necessary diagnostics are deemed above or beyond the ordinary, which may lead to additional charges. These situations include, but are not limited to: diagnostics requiring multiple technicians, removing a unit from a cabinetry/wall/closet for diagnostics, unstacking a washer and dryer set, installing parts for testing, removal of hazardous waste/materials, or removal of water. Any additional charges will be discussed before the technician begins his diagnosis and will require customer approval before starting the repair.

* – Some exclusions may apply.