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AppliancePro Repair Specialists Announce Extended Efforts To Reduce Service Costs

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Vancouver appliance repair company takes measures to provide affordable maintenance.

Vancouver, WA, United States of America – March 13, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Consumer reports indicate the average cost of washing and drying 1 load of laundry at home is $1; in contrast, washing and drying 1 load at the laundromat costs an estimated $3. As such, being forced to use a laundromat due to a malfunctioning washing machine or dryer triples the cost of a single load of laundry. The staff of http://appliancepro.us/ is well aware of how quickly these expenses could add up, draining a family’s budget. With this in mind, company spokesperson T. Crites has announced extended efforts to spare families the time, finances and hassle associated with unreliable appliances.

“The average family produces about 6 loads of laundry each week,” said Crites, “While we realize the cost of repeated trips to the laundromat can really pile up quickly, we also understand the strain having these appliances repaired can place on a family’s finances. In order to provide more affordable washer repair Vancouver, we waive our home service call fee on repairs we make. Of course, this is only one of the benefits we offer.”

The company’s technicians are fully licensed, certified and insured in the repair of all major brands including Maytag, Frigidaire, Kenmore, Sears and Samsung. Not limited to washing machines and dryers, they provide appliance repair Vancouver WA for numerous types of equipment including refrigerators, ranges, microwaves, disposals and other apparatuses vital to the functionality of a household. Staff members undergo continuous training in order to keep abreast of new appliance technology as it becomes available.

Customers may visit the AppliancePro website to schedule an appointment online or call them directly. Staff members request potential customers leave their name, contact information, service date and time needed, appliance type and brand and a brief explanation of the issue in question when scheduling online. The company offers same and next day services calls with same day repairs carried out in the majority of cases. Crites noted by mentioning the ad on the company website, customers may receive a flat service rate of $99 plus the cost of parts.

Concluded Crites, “Our goal is to offer the lowest possible repair costs while bringing the highest level of courtesy and experience to our customers. By providing these services as quickly as possible, we hope to reduce our customers’ expenses and stress even further. This can be especially true when in need of refrigerator repair Vancouver WA. In these cases, the potential cost of replacing spoiled food can run a family more than $200. Fast response is the key to preventing such issues.”

About http://appliancepro.us/:
Locally owned and operated, the http://appliancepro.us/ proprietors have been providing home appliance service since 1983.Their expert staff brings more than 30 years of experience to their appliance repair business.

Backing their work with a 90 day parts and labor guarantee, they promise to continue providing the same level of service upon which they have built their current reputation.

For more information about us, please visit http://appliancepro.us/

Contact Info:
Name: T Crites
Email: info@appliancepro.us
Phone: 360-887-0102
Organization: http://appliancepro.us/

Source: http://marketersmedia.com/appliancepro-repair-specialists-announce-extended-efforts-to-reduce-service-costs/35900

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