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Services

Appliance Repair and Installation in Denver, Colorado

At Denver Appliance Repair, we always strive to keep one step ahead of the competition and offer you the best appliance repair service possible. We pride ourselves on offering same day service and providing customers with a free diagnosis if they have the repair carried out by us. Our mobile repair vans also carry a full range of parts for all the major appliance brands including Frigidaire, Maytag, and GE (General Electrical), something the main home improvement and repair stores fail to do.

We are based in the city of Denver, Colorado, and our technicians travel to all the towns and cities nearby, including Aurora, Greeley, Colorado Springs, Lakewood, Arvada, Littleton, and Centennial. Our repair crews will fix all major appliances from pizza ovens, dishwashers, and steam tables to refrigerators, garbage disposal units, and air conditioning systems. So if any of your appliances break down, then make sure you call the best team in the business.

Refrigerators and Freezers

Refrigerators and Freezers

At Denver Appliance Repair, we have built up a significant amount of expertise when it comes to repairing broken refrigerators and freezers. One of the most common problems is water leaking out on to the floor, a sign that a water valve is broken or a filter needs to be changed. Our highly trained staff will carry out most repairs on-site, and they offer same-day service when available.

Washers and Dryers

Washers and Dryers

If your dishwasher becomes very noisy when it runs, then it is most likely the motor is faulty and needs to be replaced. Other problems include a broken tub, seal, gasket, pump, or water line, all of which mean a new part has to be fitted. If your dryer won't turn properly, then it is most likely the appliance has suffered a belt malfunction.

Stoves and Ovens

Stoves and Ovens

At Denver Appliance Repair, we will sort out all stove difficulties and we deal with a wide range of manufacturers, including GE and Whirlpool. Electric ovens develop faults, including the breaker, the power cord, the control board, or the panel box, while gas oven problems include malfunctioning electrodes, and control board faults.

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