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San Diego Appliance, AC and Heating Repair and Service

If you have a problem with your appliances, heating and air conditioning systems and need an immediate service San Diego Appliance, Air Conditioning and Heating Repair is ready to respond on your needs. Call us 24/7 at our local number for fast appliance repair in San Diego at:

1-800-307-8292 for Any Household Appliance Repairs

1-800-729-8566 for Restaurant and Commercial Appliance, AC and Heating Repairs

For parts only: 800-370-9281

Please note that all purchased appliance parts are shipped directly to you.


We are San Diego local appliance repair company specialized in:

Major Appliance
Washer
Heating / Furnaces
Refrigerator
Dryer
Oven
Air condition
Range / Stove
Dishwasher
Microwave
Disposal
Trash compactor


We repair all appliance, heating and air conditioning brands:

Whirlpool
Maytag
Jenn Air
Hotpoint
GE
York
Aprilaire
Frigidaire
Bryant
Carrier
Magic Chef
Kitchen Aid
Heil
Janitrol
Trane
Caloric
Carrier
Admiral
Amana
American Standard
LG
Brown
Sears
Ruud
Tempstar
White Westinghouse
Tappan
Speed Queen
Roper
Sub Zero
Lennox
Thermador
and more Click here!


View the rest of the brands we work on

We provide same day service for all San Diego county, a free service call with the appliance repair, and low-price guarantee. Before we perform any work we always provide you with itemized written repair estimate which must be approved by you. Our dispatchers are ready to receive your call 24/7 at our local numbers:

1-800-307-8292 for Any Household Appliance Repairs

1-800-729-8566 for Restaurant and Commercial Appliance, AC and Heating Repairs

One word of caution: Below we include helpful information and maintenance tips for your appliance. If your appliance problem still cannot be resolved after reading the text, we strongly advise for your own safety not to get involved with any appliance repairs on your own. We are ready to help. For professional San Diego appliance repair help call us to schedule your appliance repair appointment at our local numbers:

Hot Tips for your Appliances Cooling and Heating System

Cleaning appliances

Hot tips for a clean oven

To keep an oven clean, sprinkle salt or baking soda on spills while they are warm. When the oven is cool enough, wipe them up. To clean an oven with baked-on grease, heat the oven on warm for about two minutes and turn it off. Put half a cup of full strength ammonia in a small glass bowl on the top rack. Place a large pan of boiling water on the bottom rack. Close the door, and let stand overnight. The next day, wipe off the loosened grime with paper towels or newspapers. If there are stubborn spots remaining, scrub with baking soda. For particularly resistant spots, use steel wool or a soap pad. Wipe the suds away with a paper towel. Wash with warm soapy water, and rinse thoroughly.

A bath for the dishwasher

Sometimes even your dishwasher needs to be cleaned. The first sign of buildup is a film left on the glasses and plates. An easy way to clean your machine is to fill a bowl with one cup liquid bleach and put it on the bottom rack of the dishwasher. Run the dishwasher on a setting that excludes the "dry" cycle. Open the machine and fill the bowl with one cup of white vinegar. Run the dishwasher through a full cycle. Repeat if necessary.

Appliance repair savers

Your freezer can be a wonderful time and money saver, but to really work efficiently it needs to be at least two-thirds full. If you don't have enough food to keep it this full, fill plastic milk jugs or plastic food storage containers with water, and place them in the freezer. Once the water turns to ice, you can count on a peak performance from your freezer.

Running hot and cold

If your refrigerator is located right next to your stove or dishwasher, figure out a way to move it. This arrangement of a "hot" appliance next to a "cold" one makes both these machines function less efficiently. By separating your refrigerator, it will last years longer.

Go small for appliance big savings

Your toaster oven preheats in less than half the time it takes to heat the range oven. And it uses a lot less energy. It's great for browning foods, crisping cases role toppings, toasting nuts, warming a slice of pizza, even baking a potato.
If you have an electric skillet, use it. Stovetop cooking burns up about three and a half times as much energy as an electric frying pan. And don't forget about your reliable old pressure cooker. It may not be glamorous, but it cooks faster than conventional methods while using 50 to 75 percent less energy.

Don't wash away dollars

Be kind to your dishes, and save water and electricity by routinely using the "china and crystal" setting on your dishwasher if you have one. If you have dirty pots and pans, wash them separately by hand instead of running them in a load. And always wait until your dishwasher is full before running it.

Top-of-the-line care for your washer

Taking care of your washing machine will make it last longer and run more efficiently. Protect the top of your washer by wiping up spills of laundry products at once. Some surfaces and plastic parts can be damaged by ammonia, chlorine bleach, abrasives, and solvents. Use soil and stain-removers in the sink. Carefully follow the label instructions for clean up. Be sure that water hoses connected to the washing machine are not bent or kinked. Hoses will last longer if you turn off the hot and cold water faucets leading to the washer between washdays. Water pressure puts strain on the hoses.

The dryer cycle Save $$$ in your dryer

Whenever you use your dryer, try to run it more than once. By the second time, the will already be heated up from the first load, and it won't have to work so hard to dry the clothes. You get the most efficiency by drying several loads in a row. You'll save money on both electricity and your clothes budget if you don't over dry fabrics.

Top-notch treatment for your dryer

Be sure to clean the lint catcher on your dryer every time you use it. For loads of clothes that have a lot of lint, stop and clean the filter in the middle of the drying cycle. You'll save money, improve the efficiency of the machine, and eliminate a fire hazard. Clean the exhaust vent system at least once a year..

After reading the text and the appliance problem cannot be resolved, we strongly suggest that you call us for an San Diego appliance repair appointment at.

1-800-307-8292 for Any Household Appliance Repairs

1-800-729-8566 for Restaurant and Commercial Appliance, AC and Heating Repairs