Cody’s Appliance Repair supplies Horseshoe Bend with the best appliance repair service in Idaho. Our goal is to provide appliance repair Horseshoe Bend Technicians that are prompt and professional. To receive immediate appliance service for your washer, dryer, dishwasher, refrigerator, freezer, oven, or any other home appliance, please call Cody’s Appliance Repair today at (208) 938-1066 or fill out our online service request form.
Cody’s Appliance Repair has been family owned and operated for over 20 years. We have earned an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau and a Super Service Award from Angie’s List in 2011 for our superior service. Our service calls are backed by a three year parts and one year labor warranty so you can sleep easy knowing that, when you call Cody’s Appliance Repair, you’re getting the best support in the business.
Whether your appliance needs major repairs or minor maintenance, Cody’s Appliance Repair is here to help. Speak with us today by calling (208) 938-1066 or try our handy online form.
Horseshoe Bend, ID, takes its name from an arc of the Payette River that flows around city limits. Originally founded by gold miners as an operational staging area, Horseshoe Bend prospered for years before the end of the gold rush era. Agriculture and logging interests then stepped in to take advantage of the resplendent terrain, which helped expand development to what it is today.
Zip-lining flourishes as an activity for thrill seekers who do not want to risk their lives jumping off bridges or out of perfectly good airplanes. Zip Idaho’s comprehensive tour service escorts you to every substantial zip-line location in the Boise area so you can focus on enjoying the experience instead of tending your gear. A perfect weekend experience for the casual pleasure seekers.
Every October, the Turkey Mountain Golf Course hosts the annual Big Thunder Potato Championship. Spudgun fans from across the state congregate to talk shop and shoot potatoes from tubes. As relatively harmless, visceral way to have some family fun, the Big Thunder Potato Championships should not be missed.
The annual Dogwood Days Festival celebrates the blooming of the local Dogwood trees. Festivities typically include golfing, barbecue, kids’ entertainment, and even celebrity guest appearances. It’s a great opportunity to socialize with the locals and experience the Horseshoe Bend lifestyle first-hand.
Music in the Mountains is a live music performance for fans of country, bluegrass, and gospel music. It is held every third Saturday night at the Horseshoe Bend Theatre and features mostly local artists jamming out southern hits. Bring the family along for a night of fun and dancing!