For over 30 years our company has built a solid reputation as Brooklyn-based most trusted business. Best Service Appliance Repair is committed to providing quality service to the community. We believe that a reputation of honest and reliable business is the recipe for succsess.
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We give you a 30 day warranty for labor and a 90 day warranty for parts.
Best Service Appliance Repair is committed to providing quality service to the community. We believe that a reputation of honest and reliable business is the recipe for success. We provide many appliance repair and maintenance services, as well as air conditioning & heating, including: Refridgerator Repair, Freezer Repair, Ranges, Ovens & Stoves Repair, Washers & Dryers Repair, Dishwashers Repair
Heaters & Furnaces Repair, Microwave Repair, Ductless mini Split HVAC systems (Fujitsu, Miitsubishi, LG Art Cool, Sanyo, Samsung)
Retail prices for major appliances have stayed flat over the past 15 years even though manufacturing costs and inflation have risen steadily during that time. Manufacturers today continue to offer low prices on their lower quality appliances and then offer their choice lines of appliances at a higher price point. So, where $400 would buy you a top-quality washer 15 years ago, that same $400 today would only buy you a low-end machine that you’ll be throwing away or repairing every three to four years. What has changed? The difference between the $400 washer of today and yesterday (or the $300 dishwasher or the $350 range, or the $300 dryer, or the $600 refrigerator, etc.) is in the internal components used in the machines. The lower end machines today are constructed of lower quality materials than similarly-priced machines 15 years ago. In part, this is attributable to the globalization of manufacturing with various internal parts made at different plants all over the world. While this has allowed manufacturers to cap retail prices for low-end machines over the last 15 years, it has also contributed to a degradation of quality. Therefore, the high-quality appliances you’d buy today command a correspondingly higher price tag – realistically reflecting the increased costs of manufacturing for high quality machines. You should expect top-end dishwashers to retail for approximately $900 to $1,400, washers $900.00 to $1,200, dryers $600 to $1,100, etc.
When asking “How much is a new one?,” you need to consider both the quality of appliance you can afford as a replacement and the option of having your existing appliance properly repaired by a competent professional. Best Service Appliance Repair can diagnose and evaluate your appliance to determine if it’s in your best interest to repair or replace it and make a recommendation accordingly. Also, another cost associated with buying a new appliance is the “aggra-dollars.” That is, the aggravation and time spent that goes along with shopping for a new appliance—having it delivered, getting it installed, and disposing of your old one. If you’ve experienced this joy recently, you’ll realize that the aggra-dollar factor can be a very significant cost.
If you are comparing having your existing machine repaired or replacing it with a machine that is comparable in price with what you paid for your machine 10 or so years ago, you will not be making a valid comparison. The machines are neither similar in quality nor durability for the same price. If you were to merely replace your existing appliance with one that costs about what you paid a decade ago, you’ll be repairing or junking the new machine every three to four years. You’ll either have to pay more up front for a new, high-quality machine that will give you another 10 years of trouble-free operation or you pay less up front for a low-end machine and then pay-as-you-go for repairs.
Only if it is a self-defrosting refrigerator and the temperature in your garage drops below 50 degrees Fahrenheit. Then, it is possible that the oil could thicken and cause premature compression failure.