Chicago Appliance Repairs
We are local Chicago major appliance repair and service company, serving Chicago for over 20 years. We are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with no extra fees for appliance repair services on nights or weekends. Our appliance repair service call is free with a repair. We offer the most competitive appliance repair prices in Chicago and we are the only company in Chicago offering a lowest price match policy
Please note that we don't work on window AC units
For parts only: 800-370-9281
Please note that all purchased appliance parts are shipped directly to you
Or send an Chicago Appliance repair appointment request online
To do so, please specify your name, address and a brief nature of
the appliance problem. Once we receive your request we will contact you as
soon as possible with solution for your appliance repair problem.
We service and repair all major appliance and air conditioning brands such as:
O'Keefe and Merritt
And many more appliance brands that we repair in Chicago brands view the
We provide Appliance repair to entire Chicago and
surrounding cities. The following areas correspond to our Appliance
Near South Side
East Garfield Park
Country Club Hills
And more view the rest of the Chicago Appliance repair areas
View the appliance efficiency and service tips below, which will help you to reduce your utility bill and prevent your appliances from needing future repairs. However, if you need to deal with electricity in order for your appliance problem to be fixed, for your own safety we strongly suggest that you DON'T do any appliance repairs on your own. It can be costly and dangerous for your to do electrical work yourself, so please leave it to a experianced appliance repair technician who is trained and experienced with this type of issue. Call us today to make an appliance service or repair appointment at:
Tips for choosing Heating, Air Conditioning and Appliance Repair Company in Chicago
Many appliances are not corectly sized for the homes they servicing, because of uncorect instalation in the past and/or energy efficiency improvements to the building since the old appliances was installed. Well trained appliance repair technicians will not use your existing appliances to size your new appliances you need.
Honest appliance repair technician will not convince you from buying better efficiency ac, heating system or appliance. Less qualified and experiencedappliance repair companies maybe not update their appliance repair technicians informed with the most recent information and appliance technology, and that's why they will try to convince you from buying a new and better ac/cooling systems and appliances.
Reliable appliance repair technician will survey your home, office or business and make her or his calculation for heat or cooling loaded from the system in your house
Do not let your business to a appliance repair company offering to give you an estimate over the phone without ever looking what needs to be done to your Heating / Cooling system or Appliances.
Energy Efficiency Guide Labels on Air Conditioning, Heating and Major Household Appliances
Be sure to look for the yellow-and-black energy guide label when shopping for your major household appliances. These appliance federal energy labels will tell you the estimated cost of operating the appliances, and help you decide which appliance to buy.
The labels are on new models appliances of refrigerator-freezers, freezers, dishwashers, clothes washers, room air conditioners, furnaces, and water heaters.
The appliance energy guide labels are required by the Federal Trade Commission on appliances manufactured since May 19, 1980.
The appliance labels will tell you the estimated yearly energy costs of olicralilly. The appliances and they identify the lowest and highest cods for appliances of similar size. The costs are given both for electric and gas appliances. The seven appliances for which these labels are required account for more than 70 percent of most homeowner’s energy bills. The room air conditioner labels have energy efficiency ratings (EER) based oil the amount of cooling the appliance gives for the electricity it uses. The EER is shown as a number, usually between 7 and 12; the higher the EER number, the more efficient the unit. Furnace labels provide some energy conservation information, and they direct customers to fact sheets available at sales rooms and from building contractors.
Consumers who use the information on the energy guide labels can tell whether an appliance with a higher purchase price will prove to be a better buy in the long run because of lower operating costs. Television sets, home heating equipment (excluding furnaces), kitchen ranges and ovens, clothes dryers, humidifiers, and dehumidifiers are not labeled because the Federal Trade Commission has determined that there is little difference in energy consumption between different appliance makes and models.
HOW TO SAVE ENERGY IN AND AROUND YOUR HOME
ENERGY CONSERVATION WILL HELP us extend our supplies and reduce
Our import burdens until we develop new energy technologies and resources. Without personal hardship, we could easily cut our appliance energy use by an estimated 30 percent or more saving energy for our country and money for ourselves. The appliance energy we use for our homes and automobiles gas, oil, electricity draws on all of our energy resources. Cutting back on these appliance uses is the simplest, most effective way to make our resources last longer. And each individual conservation effort, multiplied by millions, can serve as an energy bank a supply that can be used to help balance our energy accounts.
We can conserve if we make energy thrift a part of our way of life adopting appliance common sense energy habits. The use of thermal insulation, properly specified and installed, has long been recognized as the most rewarding of all means of saving energy and money, and enhancing comfort, in homes of all types and during all seasons of the year. Now, persistent escalation in the appliance cost of energy, regardless of its form, has intensified the appreciation of insulation's benefits. Federal and state governments, public service commissions, utility companies, and consumer-interest groups are recommending the installation of insulation in greater amounts than ever before.
By fixing up your home, you win in a lot of ways. You use less energy and save money year after year since your energy is the country's energy, you help your country; and you add resale value to your home it will cost the next owner less to heat and cool, so he or she will probably be willing to pay you more.
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