We strive to make each customer happy by solving your problems and bringing you quality service through professional, courteous and factory trained appliance repair technicians. AAA Appliance Service Center provides superior factory trained repair for residential, industrial and commercial appliances.
With AAA Appliance Service Center, you get the service you can count on and the peace of mind you deserve.
- Our repair service program includes:
- Professional, Uniformed Technicians
- Company Lettered Vans
- Prompt, Attentive Service
- Factory-Authorized Warranty Service
- Factory-Trained Service Technicians
- 1 Year Warranty on Service
- 1 Year Warranty on Parts
- Convenient Time Windows
- Email status notifications
So what's a guy (or gal) to do when on of their favorite household appliances goes on the fritz? In today's economy, we don't really want to run out and grab replacement appliances when the ones we now own have proven themselves to very reliable - and worth a little extra investment. They may have a few years on them, but, as they say; they don't make them like they used to. Rather than pitch out a quality piece of equipment - it can be very worthwhile to just get a quality appliance repair operation to come in and make it all right again.
But therein lies the rub, as they say. Letting your fingers take a little stroll in the local yellow pages is a little bit passe', and looking in the local classified ads is - well let's just say; Nobody looks for reliable service providers there anymore. So, that leaves the obvious - web search. But Googling appliance repair will turn up tons of results for companies that are competing for your attention. So how DO you determine who is really worth their tool belt? As with a lot of things that you might consider purchasing from an online source - there is always the availability of a ready source of reviews (good or bad) that will tell the real story of what a company's reputation is like.
User reviews will give you an idea of the experiences of a number of clients - with unvarnished commentary of how the company came through (or not). By checking these reviews, you can get a pretty good idea of what to expect when they come a callin' at your home.
In addition to client reviews, I recommend scouring a potential company's website with a fine toothed comb. A website, even though published by the service provider, will often times give quite a bit of information about past jobs that the company has done, their area of expertise and an idea of how efficiently they are organized. An efficient organization will assure you the best opportunity to get your repairs done in a timely manner. And while you're checking out a firm's website, be sure to keep an eye out for dress codes and neatness of the company officials and repair team members - you will want to compare the pics to the actual repair guy that shows up at your home; if he looks nothing like the model employees that they've posted on their website - you might want to send him back for a makeover.