Murfreesboro Appliance Repair Shop Offers Same Day Service for Repairs

Tennessee based shop Appliance Repair in Murfreesboro serves clients on same day response to fix broken appliances

Murfreesboro, Tennessee, USA - February 11, 2019 / / —

Appliance Repair in Murfreesboro is pleased to announce that it provides same day service for appliance repairs. Many of our modern comforts rely on the continuous use of multiple appliances throughout our day. Our food is kept from perishing in a chilly refrigerator and freezer. Microwaves can heat up a bowl of soup in a snap. The very dishes we eat off of stay sterile and clean with our dishwasher. The handy laundry machine and dryer keep our clothes fresh and clean. What happens when these appliances break down? You need to call a mechanic who really knows their stuff.

The national average cost for an appliance repair costs $173. Compare that to the average price of a fridge, which is anywhere from $350-$2,500, and you can see why a repair is a more cost-effective way to go. Getting rid of an old appliance is also labor intensive since you have to remove and dispose of the machine itself which runs around $118 according to national averages. Then consider as well the time it takes to shop for a new one, and installation or delivery fees. You can see how this all adds up in the long run. The cost of maintaining an appliance such as a refrigerator, oven, microwave, dishwasher, washer, dryer, or freezer is a lot less than the actual cost to replace!

Murfreesboro appliance repair should come from our team of highly experienced experts. We understand the importance of these items to your household and will help get them back on track with evaluation and repair. Don’t replace something broken unless absolutely necessary. It could be a real pain to replace an expensive item. Even the smaller appliances deserve a good chance at a repair too, like ice makers and trash compactors. Instead, give Appliance Repair in Murfreesboro a call and have someone come the same day to take a look at your appliance.

Give us a call to have an expert handle your appliance. We pride ourselves on keeping customers updated at every step of the repair process. We service all major brands including GE, LG, Samsung, Maytag, Kenmore, Frigidaire, Viking, Bosch, and many more! Give us a call today, and we can be out to your home the same day to fix your appliance.

Contact Info:
Name: David Thompson
Organization: Appliance Repair in Murfreesboro
Address: 802 Templeton Ln #240 Murfreesboro, TN 37130
Phone: (615) 692-1746
Website: http://www.appliancerepairinmurfreesboro.com/

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Release ID: 481435

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