Pro Appliance is a home appliance service and repair company based in Canada. They offer their services in various parts of the country including Concord, King City, Maple, Markham, North York, Oak Ridges, Richmond Hill, Thornhill, Unionville, Vaughan and Woodbridge. Pro Appliance was founded in 1980 and it has since remained a company owned and operated independently. The company has employed many trained and licensed technicians and boasts of using the latest technology for providing services. They claim to be up to date with all the latest components and designs used in almost all the prominent brands including Samsung, Amana, Camca, Frigidaire, Jean-Air, KitchenAid, Maytag, Sears, Bosch, GE Appliance, Kenmore, LG, Whirlpool and Electrolux.
The technicians usually examines the faulty appliance at the client's home itself and identifies the problem. They tend to explain everything to the clients in a way they would easily grasp and advise them with all possible options along with an estimate of the repair cost.
Pro Appliance claims providing expert service in repairing any major household appliance like television, refrigerators, dryers, freezers, cook tops, washing machines, stoves, dishwashers, ovens, ice makers and warming drawers.
Refrigerator Repair Service
Pro Appliance provides consultation and repair services for refrigerators irrespective of the brand or model.The team of technicians have expertise in dealing with common problems including:
- Coolant issues
- Ice and dispenser issues
- Noisy refrigerators
- Broken lights
Dryer Repair Service
The technicians claim to have experience in diagnosing issues with both gas and electric dryers including overheating, issues with dryer drum, squeaky noises and dryer door.
Freezer Repair Service
The technicians of Pro Appliance advises against DIY fixes, especially for freezers as it involves the preservation of food materials worth hundreds of dollars. They deal with problems like broken ice dispensers, water leakage and frost build up.
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