Joe is amazing and affordable. And after he looked over my fridge, he provided a no-hassle repair cost estimate. He repaired the fridge in an hour. I will certainly recommend him to friends and family.
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I'm so glad that I found Natalie on Yellowpages. He is incredibly skilled at fixing appliances. I think his main motivation is that he likes helping people. I've now permanently switched from Metro Appliance (who were good) to Repair Experts (who is great). I highly recommend giving him a call before replacing your appliance!
I highly recommend Appliance Repair In San Francisco. We have been having trouble with our Whirlpool Duet washing machine and getting an "F20" error code. Called Greg and left a message. He called back within 20 minutes. Asked about the issue and said he'd be happy to come over the next day. He explained one thing that could be causing our issue and offered to walk me through it so I could do it myself and save the money. his fees are always reasonable.
Brilliant service from start to finish guy was great and very thorough in his approach, Looking forward to use them again...
Emil was way cool and honest.Most refrigerator repairs are way too costly because of unscrupulous shady folks in that field.Emil is not one of them. I highly recommend ABAR. Fixed a subzero at very fair price.
I heard about this shop from a friend. I am happy I found it too. I don’t have to buy a new one. Of course, it’s too expensive to buy brand new appliances.
What i love in this store is that you can get free appliances when ordering in bulk. Who would not like freebies?
My compressor on my 8-month-old refrigerator died with a bang on June 29th. I missed a day of work waiting for a return on my emergency call, during which time I got things started again, with the noiseless frost-free doing exactly those two things. I got a window appointment for July 2 from 4-6PM(more than 72 hours after the incident), and got a call from the repairman at 7:05PM asking if he could come by at 9PM! I said I would reschedule, which I did-for the following Monday(8 days now),11AM-1PM window. I got a call at 9:45 from the same repairman, saying he was just around the corner. Thankfully, I was dressed. He comes in and, in spite of telling him my background as an inspector for Marriott Residence Inns, proceeds to reach me about how refrigerators work. During this process, he breaks the thermostat in the freezer, and tells me happily that he'll have to come back, giving me a long look that made my skin crawl. I know this is he said she said stuff, but my phone record supports it. Gross!