All of the technicians we work with are fully licensed and insured. They have also gone through extensive background checks.

In most cases it is going to be much more economical and eco-friendly to repair your appliance than it would be to replace it. Most issues with appliances can be fixed fairly inexpensively compared to what it would cost to replace the entire unit. Once repaired you can often get many more years of life out of the appliance, which makes it well worth the investment.

Repairing your appliance also helps to minimize the amount of non-biodegradable waste that goes into the landfills. As long as you are happy with the overall performance of your appliance while it is working properly, then repairing it is almost always going to be the right choice.

A refrigerator should never run out of Freon because it works in a closed system. If your refrigerator is low, it means you actually have a leak somewhere in the system, so adding more isn’t a solution. Instead, we will come out to identify where the leak is located and get it fixed before adding any more coolant. The exact price will depend on what type of refrigerator you have, and where the leak is located. Contact us for a free estimate.

There are quite a few different things that can cause your washer or dryer to shake. Most commonly it is simply that you are putting too many clothes in a single load. If you find that the appliances shake even with small loads, we recommend using Kellet ShakeAway pads. They can be purchased from our online store.

f you have a high efficiency washer it is likely because of a build-up of detergent and dirt above the waterline. This is a common issue because this type of washer doesn’t use nearly as much water as the older models. The best way to eliminate this odor is to use an Affresh Washer Cleaning Tablet, which were designed to address this issue.

When it comes to keeping your home safe, there are a few different items that you should have in place and working at all times. The following should be installed and checked regularly to ensure you and your family are safe:

  • Fire Extinguisher – A small in-home fire extinguisher is essential for putting out house fires before they get too big.
  • Shutoff Valves – Every gas appliance should have its own shutoff valve in case of a leak.
  • Smoke Detectors – Smoke detectors can provide an early warning of trouble so you can evacuate or put out a fire before there is danger.
  • Carbon Monoxide Detectors – Carbon monoxide detectors can warn you if there is a carbon monoxide leak somewhere in the home. This deadly gas is odorless, which is why a detector is so important.

This is likely the most common question we get asked, but unfortunately we can’t give a specific answer on this FAQ page. When you call us and let us know what type of issues your appliance is having we can offer you an estimate on what the total price may be. We can give you a quote once we inspect the appliance and determine what the issue is.

Here at 180 Appliance Repair we work hard to keep our prices low. When we send out a technician we charge a flat rate based on the Price Guide, which is the industry standard for pricing appliance repairs.

SQuickly put a pan lid over the flames to smother the fire. Remove the heat source as well so that the fire won’t reignite when the lid is removed. You can also use baking soda to extinguish this type of fire. You should not, however, use water as this will just serve to spread the fire around. Of course, you should have a fire extinguisher located in the kitchen, which can be used as long as it is certified for use on grease fires.

Each appliance should come with care and cleaning instructions, and those should be followed whenever possible. In general, however, ovens and stoves should be cleaned by hand. Make sure you clean out any vents and filters once every three months or so. Garbage disposals can be cleaned by running cold water down while letting it run for several minutes. Add a cut up lemon while running to help deodorize.