Appliance repair Matthews NC
No Service call Fee with repair
We work with the most makes and models of various appliance types. Our goal is to offer amazing service at affordable prices. We know from experience, every year home appliances get more complex and there is a lot of little things that can go wrong with them, like as sensors or fuses. Or major components, such as computer board or a motor that can go bad as well. Most malfunctions can not be diagnosed over the phone and need an expert appliance repair technician to look at machine.
Major appliance repair and maintenance
Large appliances, especially freezers and refrigeration units for commercial use need regular routine maintenance. We can offer that as well. Ensuring that your commercial equipment is running smoothly and maintained properly is important to the longevity of the machines. These machines can cost $1000s and having routine maintenance will allow them to continue to run smoothly for years to come. If you are located in Matthews, NC and interested in setting up large appliance maintenance on a schedule give us a call today: (704) 343-6500.
What appliance type can we help you with?
- Stove | Range
- Ice Maker
Do you have a refrigerator that needs service? We fix residential as well as commercial refrigerators. In today’s modern world, the refrigerator has gotten more complex than ever. They used to be pretty simple machines that might have a compressor stop working from time to time. However, nowadays there are complex computers that run the systems found in the various temperature zones and water and ice machines. Some even have TVs and smart features on the front. And, yes, we can service them all. Call NC Appliance Repair now: (704) 343-6500.
Washer and Dryer Repair
If you have a washer and dryer you know that simple things can go wrong. There are sensors and safety switches that help the machine not to burn your home down. However, if for some reason, those have been activated, they most likely will need to be replaced. Things such as a clogged dryer vent can send the signal to the breaker to shut off. This is a bit too common but an easy fix and we will have you up and running in no time.
Whatever the appliance and whatever your need we can help. We work on every major brand of appliances to get you back up and running in no time. Getting your appliances repaired instead of replacing them is better on the environment and quite often better on your pocketbook as well. Let us take a look at your appliances and determine what needs to be done to get them up and running again.
Give us a call and our friendly staff will help you schedule an appointment today. When you call, know your make and model of your appliance. If you are not sure about where to find it, our technicians can assist with this as well over the phone.
I removed a microwave/convection oven door from a double oven to paint. I was unable to get the door back on because the torsion spring hinges could not be locked in the out position like on a standard oven door. I called Alex and within two hours he was at my house and thirty minutes later the door was back on the microwave/convection oven. Nice guy, solid work, fair prices, I would recommend.Philip Birmingham
My first time using them. Zach came out on time and texted before coming. My freezer part of the fridge had frozen up wasn’t cooling. He went to get a new part, a defrost heater and it now works like a charm. I’m happy to have found them. Would use them again.Marilyn Starnes-Sides
Our dryer stopped heating up so I did search for a technician. After reading the reviews I decided to call NC Appliance Repair. I spoke with the owner and was able to schedule an appointment for the next day. Technician Vasilli arrived promptly and was professional. After diagnosing the issues, he explained and showed what needed to be done and provided an estimate. He had to get a part, came back and within less than two hours every was up and running. He also recommend having the vent duct cleaned (that’s a separate review). Overall I would highly recommend their services and call them again in the future.Clem Pascarella
We had a great experience with NC Appliance Repair. We called Alex at 7:30pm and he was able to show up immediately the next morning. He diagnosed the problem quickly, was upfront about the cost (which was very reasonable) and had the part we needed in the car. All-in-all he had the dryer fixed in an hour! Would definitely call NC Appliance Repair again for future appliance repair needs.Jody Cook
I have had my washer and dryer set for 3 years it stopped agitating 2 years ago and I finally decided to call someone to fix it. Not only did this company come out about 30 minutes after we spoke on the phone they fixed the issue within 15 minutes of being at my home. Come to find out the hot water valve was closed and that’s what was causing my washer not to agitate. I normally don’t give reviews but the price I was quoted was the cheapest in my area and the service was quick and professional. I would use this company again.Nahs O'Shan Dyob
Amazing service. Microwave blew a fuse and it was only a little over a 1 year old and unfortunately outside of warranty. We called NC appliance repair and their technician came right over, diagnosed the issue and was able to literally fix our microwave within minutes! Definitely worth it and definitely saved us some money... Will definitely recommend their services! Thank you!Karla Joseph
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Matthews, North Carolina
Matthews (unofficially named Stumptown) is a town in southeastern Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. It is a suburb of Charlotte. The population was 27,198 according to the 2010 Census. Founded in early 19th century, the community’s name later changed to Fullwood, named after appointed area postmaster John Miles Fullwood. The establishment of a sawmill and the cotton and timber industry helped Fullwood change into a town. Prior to the first train arriving on December 15, 1874, Fullwood acted as a stagecoach stop between Charlotte and Monroe. The town was incorporated into a municipal corporation in 1879 and was renamed to Matthews for Edward Watson Matthews, a prominent resident, and director of the Central Carolina Railroad.