Appliance Repair Services-Skagit County
Home appliances always pick the worst times to stop working. Just before your dinner guests arrive, your oven doesn’t heat up. Even worse, you’re on your way to work, and your clothes dryer didn’t dry your shirt. For some reason, there is water in the ice maker, warm food in the fridge, and the microwave is sparking. Usually, appliances do not break all at once, but you only need one broken appliance to feel the stress. You need to call a qualified Skagit County appliance repair service.
Instantly, your mind starts spinning. Who do you call? How long does it take to get an appliance fixed? Will you have to take off work or wait hours for a repair technician? Broken appliances cost time and money! Do you have to save up a bunch of money just because your dishwasher broke? How can a broken appliance cause so much inconvenience?
When your appliances are blowing up, not working properly, or acting like they have a mind of their own—Don’t Panic! Call Appliance Mechanics.
Professional Skagit County Appliance Repair
Appliance Mechanics provides Skagit County with reputable, reliable, and high-quality service. Our service professionals are the best in the area, with a combination of 45 years of experience and expertise. Our team’s advanced training and knowledge combat any troubled appliance with superior diagnostics and quick solutions.
Don’t be tempted to buy a brand new appliance when you don’t need one. Sometimes customers think they waited too long to call, and they have to buy new. It is very important to call a professional first because an experienced mechanic can most likely fix the appliance. Calling Appliance Mechanics will save you money instead of buying a new product you may not need.
We provide exceptional maintenance and repairs on:
- Ice Makers
- Gas and Electric Stoves
- See our Service Pages for more details on repairable appliances.
If we do not service your appliance or appliance brand, we will direct you to the next best option so that you save time and money.
As soon as you let us know you need assistance, we will schedule an appointment with you and alert one of our technicians. Our certified technician will find the problem, diagnose your appliance, and offer a solution that works best for you. To help you with future maintenance, we’ll provide you with facts and information to preserve your appliance and keep it running at its fullest capacity.
There is no stress scheduling an appointment with Appliance Mechanics. You do not have to wait around all day or take off work to have your appliance fixed. We provide our customers with a 2-hour window to expect the arrival of your technician. You do not have to wait 6-8 hours for service. We respect your time and schedule so you can maintain what is important to you.
The difference between our appliance services and other companies is that we possess certifications that give us the ability to service hardwired appliances (e.g., dishwashers). We can troubleshoot many different appliances. We are committed to providing you with extraordinary customer service so that when your next appliance needs help, you’ll call us again.
Contact us by phone. ☎️ (425) 212-9076, or feel free to use our easily accessible contact form. Just tell us your home appliance repair issue, and we’ll get right back to you.
Oven Maintenance Tip:
Did you know that cleaning your oven frequently makes it work better? Ovens take longer to heat if there are grease, grime, crumbs, and food residue stuck to surfaces.
- Always unplug your oven before cleaning.
- Clean spills and drips as soon as they happen. Let them cool and clean as soon as you can. Don’t leave until later. Dried and stuck-on foods can cause a fire if not cleaned.
- If baked-on foods are hard to remove, mix a batch of baking soda and water until a paste forms. Smooth the mix over dried, hardened foods and let sit for six hours or more. Use a damp sponge to scrub.
- Clean the front panel and oven window regularly to keep foods from sticking during baking.
- Read instructions on the user manual to operate proper procedures for self-cleaning. Always wait at least six hours before wiping down the oven.
- Soak dirty oven racks in a sink full of soapy water to loosen food before scrubbing.
See more information for common problems with ovens and oven repair.