New York Appliance, Air Conditioning and Heating
Repair and Service
When you need appliance repair service in New York and the surrounding
cities, we are available for your anytime, and we offer same day service. We service and repair all brands
and models for major appliance, heating and air conditioning units.
Our service call is free with any repair that we perform and we
always provide a written estimate before the repair, which must
be authorized by you in order for us to complete the service. We
don’t charge extra for travel or if you need a repair on the
weekend or at night. With the most competitive prices in New York,
we also have a low-price match policy so we ensure that you pay
the lowest possible price for any appliance, heating or air conditioning
Call our toll free line anytime for a same day New York appliance repair
For Brooklyn only: 800 824-0891
For parts only: 800-370-9281
Please note that all purchased appliance parts are shipped directly to you.
Please note that we don't work on window AC units
We repair all appliance, heating and air conditioning models
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We will always work with your busy lifestyle to schedule your New
York appliance, air conditioning or heating repair. For a convenient
New York appliance repair appointment, call us at out toll free
Or you can email us
for an appointment. In the email please include your name, phone
number, zip code and a brief description of the problem that you
are having with your appliance. As soon as we receive the email
we will contact you, so that you can schedule your appliance repair
appointment in New York.
Our Appliance, Air Conditioning and Heating repair service
areas include entire New York and the surrounding cities:
Long Island City
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The information below will help you to learn more about your appliance,
air conditioning and heating systems. This information will also
help you to use your appliances in the most effective and efficient
ways this way you will be able to save on utility bills and the
life of your appliances, air conditioning and heating systems will
WARNING: Do not take
chances with your safety. The following tips are strictly posted
for educational purposes. We strongly suggest not getting involved
withany appliance repairs on your own. All appliance repairs require
professional training and experience with gas or electric systems
and can become very dangerous if you don’t have the knowledge
for it. For professional help call us anytime at:
Whose appliance is best?
Everybody have this question. Usually people don't just come out
and ask, people sort of slide up and whisper the question out of
the side of their mouth. " I'm buying a refrigerator, range,
washing machine. Which is the best?"
There is a very simple answer to this very confusing question. You
get what you pay for. There is no one magic manufacturer who is
all good, making all other manufacturer, not so good. Many manufacturers
make some high quality models and some stripped down, cheaply constructed
versions designed to capture the buyer who is strictly price shopping.
To them, it is a sophisticated marketing technique. For you, it
is very close to suicide. This technique is perfectly legal. The
manufacturers are just capitalizing on the public's gullibility
and greed, its desire and belief that it can get something almost
Let me tell you 1'01ks, there is no free lunch. Cheap appliances
are usually the most expensive things you can buy. Up front cost
may be low, but this sucker advantage is more than made up for in
repeated service calls, inefficient energy use and short appliance
life. The less you pay for an appliance, the less, you can expect
Millions of Americans can relate to the last paragraph because they
have lived through the experience. Historically, appliances were
all very soundly made products. America was famous for quality manufacturing
and we grew up expecting a household appliance to have a service
life of fifteen to twenty years.
Today many shoppers are finding that their new appliances are only
lasting an average of five to seven years. My one word explanation
for this short service life is that the), bought "Junk."
Why did this happen? Did a gang of criminals take over the .appliance
industry, or what?
'Today, although there are more than twenty-seven major appliance
brands on the American Market, ownership of the entire industry
are controlled by just five companies. I have a chart telling you
who own what in an Appendix at the end of the book
Another result of this policy was that the management of many of
the remaining companies had to find new ways to inject profit into
their companies. One technique was changing the parts and changing
department, from a "necessary evil" into a profit center.
When a manufacturer turns to parts replacement as a major profit
source, there is little or no incentive to improve product quality
or longevity. In fact, if you are bottom line oriented, and business
management has to be, it would seem the temptation would be to go
the other way. I can not say that this is the reason for the apparent
lowering of quality in many companies' products. But anyone in the
appliance repair industry could tell you that many manufacturers
continue to use components that have a high failure rate year after
year. The parts are almost never improved and tile parts and service
departments just keep getting busier. This might seem short term
smart, but it is long term stupid.
APPLIANCE SAFETY RULES
Safety is really nothing more than a matter of common sense care.
The rules of safety have been designed to prevent accidental injury.
There are two basic reasons for observing the rules of safety. The
first and most important is to protect your own safety. If you are
not familiar with your appliance, then you shouldn't be a do-it-yourselfer.
Leave the job to someone else. You can replace the $50 you spend.
You can even replace the entire appliance if need be. You can't
replace an eye or a life.
Of secondary importance, but still important, is the safety of the
ap¬pliance on which you are working. It doesn't do much good
to save $30 or so in making the repair, only to waste $100 from
damage you've done.
Quite often the two are interlinked. What protects you will often
protect the appliance. This makes it doubly important to learn the
rules of safety, and practice them until they become the natural
way of working.
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