So you found yourself in need of an appliance repair and you don’t know who to call.
Don’t worry, we serve the Dallas TX area and handle all major appliance repairs. So if you are in need of an appliance repair in Dallas TX, you can give us a shout.
As a leading Dallas appliance repair company, we work our hardest to ensure that we are efficient with our time and fair with our pricing.
Our appliance repair service includes the following tasks:
It’s really that easy.
We ensure all billing is fair too – our estimates are based on the Major Appliance Service National Price Guide, but we will bill for parts based on what we actually pay.
The perks don’t stop there!
We offer a coupon that entitles all clients to $10 off their first repair.
We also do not charge for the trip to your home to diagnose the problem if you get a repair.
It’s that simple. So you just have to give us a ring if you are in need of an appliance repair in Dallas TX. We will arrange for one of our licensed repair technicians to make a trip out at your earliest convenience.
Customer testimonials, reviews and feedback
The repair tech that visited my home to diagnosis and possibly repair my nearly dead washing machine was very friendly and courteous. He was precise with his inspection process and came to a concrete collusion on the reason behind my problems. He must have been right as I hired him for the repair and he put in one new part and it was working like new again. The underappreciated value of their service comes in the form of having a technician that is more than willing to answer any and all questions that you have.
Supreme Appliance Repair of Dallas services all major brands of household appliances:
Admiral, Amana, Bosch, Broan, Carrier, Coldspot, Dacor, Danby, InSinkErator, Electrolux, Emerson, Fedders, Friedrich, Frigidaire, GE, Gemline, Goldstar, Haier, Heil, Hotpoint, Jenn Air, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Koolatron, Krups, Lennox, LG, Magic Chef, Maytag, Modern Maid, Neptune, Oster, Panasonic, Payne, Primier, RCA, Rheem, Roper, Ruud, Samsung, Sanyo, Sears, Sharp, Signature, Speed Queen, Sub-Zero, Summit, Thermador, Viking, Vinotemp, Whirlpool, Westinghouse
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Ready for a crazy fact? What was the first clothing dryer? A rope. Yes, a rope! Basically, someone took a rope and attached it to a tree. Then, the person pulled the rope over to another tree and attached it to the other tree. Somewhere in the middle, the sun shined down on it. Thus, a clothing dryer was made – of course, we now refer to this as a clothesline. The idea was taken and improved (drastically) in 1892, by taking wood stove heat and transferring it into a custom device. Early into the 1900’s, an electric dryer showed up.
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