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"Can't say enough good things. Very nice, knowledgeable, and good people all around.
and his guys just came through and I can't" recommend them highly enough. (Even loaned me a washing machine while ours was being repaired.)


"They were wonderful. They were very helpful in the storeroom. They didn't try to sell us the higher priced appliances and they gave us pros and cons of each" type of appliance. They made everything so easy and they were very warm and outstanding. The quality of the appliances is great.

-Mina S.

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The decision to repair or replace small appliances can depend on the severity of the issue and the age of the appliance. (Photo courtesy of Angie's List member James E.)

Small appliance repair

Small appliances play a big role in our daily lives. When shopping for microwave ovens, vacuums, toasters, mixers and more, choose appliances that fit your need and budget. When it comes to repairs, compare the cost of fixing to the cost of replacing the item.

Appliance repair pros say some older models actually last longer than newer ones.  (Photo by Victoria H. of Humboldt, Neb.)
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Ready to purchase a new washing machine? Appliance repair pros say some newer washing machines actually don't last as long as older models.

Some service providers say the push to make appliances environmentally friendly has reduced their life span. (Photo courtesy of Dallas member Michael Valtierra)
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Some believe ‘green’ appliances really aren’t because they break down sooner, while others say the units reduce energy consumption and preserve resources

Install low-flow faucets or add aerators to your existing ones to save water. (Photo courtesy of Angie's List member J.Frank L. of San Diego)
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With droughts plaguing the nation, homeowners need options on ways to reduce water consumption inside the house. Here are some tips on what you can do.

This garden apartment remodel included installation of new appliances, including this energy-efficient dishwasher. (Photo courtesy of Angie’s List member Barbara P. of Chicago)
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When buying a major appliance like a new dishwasher, a great place to start is to look for the Energy Star label. We've anticipated some questions you may have.

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Depends a lot on your current configuration. Rough numbers, $4-7,000 for the generator including autostart and automatic load transfer circuit box and master breakers (usually all come on the generator).

Installation (with pad already inplace and gas hookup - about $500-1000.

Electrical about $800 minimum, to maybe $2500. The $800 will get you a simple transfer switch installation but if you want some household circuits to run on the generator but others not, depending on how your current wiring is run, can run to $2000 to pull existing circuits to a new panel.

The problem is that all circuits that are going to be on the generator, unless you are planning to carry the entire household load, have to go to a separate circuit breaker panel which is fed off the automatic transfer switch, so they get power from either the power company or the generator, depending on which is providing power at the moment. That means the circuits running off either source have to be disconnected from your current breaker box, extended (commonly) over to the new box, and hooked up. All other circuits stay on your current breaker box, to run only off the public power when it is on. If the generator is large enough capactiy for your entire house load of course it costs more, but this circuit termination point moving is not needed, so electrical work drops way off to basically a connection box with the transfer switch.

A couple of words of advice - pay attention to weather protection, fire barrier between the unit and the house (including issues of overhead decks that can catch fire), automatic fire shutoff/suppression, and trickle charging from house power to generator battery. Also read CAREFULLY your power comopany rules on generator installation (commonly requires their signoff), any code restrictions on generators and noise in your area, and if your insurance rate will go up. (It definitely does if you have a fuel tank, I don't know if it does with natural gas-fired generators.)


Welcome to the world of Google ! Google this search phrase - dual fuel downdraft convection oven range

You will find a number of brands that make dual-fuel ranges with convection oven - Jenn-air of course, and GE, Bosch, Kitchenaid, Maytag, LG, Samsung, Wolf, Frigidaire, Thermador, Viking all sellin the US. Almost all major brands make this a dual-fuel convection oven range - find model(s) you like, then start checking with local vendors to see who sells them locally - the big home improvement box stores and Sears, Best Buy for starts.

However, the bad news - according to an article I found, only Jenn-Air still makes downdraft stovetops, although I did find one blog notation about a person buying a European Viking with downdraft. Basically the fan capability in downdraft ranges is just not enough to capture the odors and grease and steam coming off a cooktop, so the other brands all dripped it and recommend an over-stove powered vent hood. Most downdraft units had about a 1/10HP fan that pulled about 300 cfm - the same as a modern bathroom fan,, when to actually cause a reverse (downward) airflow over a range requires more like 1000 cfm or more causing a downward airflow of about 10-20 mph - which would make for a little private windstorm around your stove. People also found they did not like the reduced oven size to accomodate the fan unit.

Thermador and Dacor and probably others make behind the range vent units that stick up a foot or two and pull some of the fumes from the rangetop, though reviews say their performance is iffy and basically only affects the rear burners.

My recommendation - go with an overhead vent hood and eliminate the greasy buildup and high humidity in the kitchen that go with downdraft ranges - you will also pay about half a much as for a Jenn-Air downdraft unit.


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They provided a Veteran discount for the purchase. They took about three weeks to get them in stock. They delivered the appliances, but wouldn’t install them without having an inspector or a new line ran. I called another company and they were able to complete the installation with less work instead. The appliances I purchased were great.
- B J R.

This concerns appliances purchased at the Veterans Blvd. Metairie store.
In February 2013, I purchased a Frigidaire Pro Series suite (refrig, gas range and dishwasher) from
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. I was told the refrig and range would be delievered separately from the dishwasher, and that their installer would deliver and install the the dishwasher, the same day, but would charge me separately as there could be additional parts, lines, etc. needed that could not be determined until the install. All went according to plan, with the person installing the dishwasher verbally telling me the cost, which I paid by check.
This past October (2014) the high pressure hot water fitting under the dishwasher burst while we were away, sending a
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of steaming hot water that ruined the wood floors, baseboards, sheetrock, etc. on one entire side of the house. I called
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and they said they couldn't send someone out until later in the week and we were on our own and to call our own plumber, etc. They refused to give me the name of the installer, their insurance company, etc.
We called a plumber who came out that morning, looked at the dishwasher and stated the fitting and line used for the hot water intake was totally inappropriate for dishwasher use and in fact, was a low pressure, cold water toilet braided line and plastic valve! He also noted the line had been jammed between the dishwasher and concrete subfloor, kinking it. We also called ServePro the same day for the flood damage, and they too confirmed the line should never have been used. I called
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back to give them a
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to view the damage, line, valve, dishwasher, etc. but they declined. Because the appliances were under extended warranty, I called their service desk (after getting the number from the store) who finally sent a service tech 4 days later. He said because it was an install problem and not a dishwasher warranty issue, he couldn't touch. But---what he did do was look at the line and said "I've never seen that used in a dishwasher before; that looks like a toilet fitting and line." I asked if he would put that in writing, so he called his boss at
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who said only if I gave the them $80.00. I turned him away, of course, with some choice words for his boss.
I then sent a demand letter to
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who turned it over to their insurer, State Farm, who later denied the claim, based on the fact that
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claimed (lied) to them that I hired my own contractor to pick up the dishwasher at their warehouse and had it installed myself. I didn't know the installer from
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nor whether he worked directly for or was contracted by
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but suffice it to say, they sent him with my dishwasher to install it, then lied about doing so.
Legal action is now being taken and I have since learned the installer was Jenpe Services, who an unsuspecting
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salesperson in a different store told me was one of only 3 "exclusive"
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installers. I have retained both the valve and line for evidence, and have several plumbers lined up to give their opinion on it.
don't EVER use
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!! They are dishonest.
- elton F.

I stopped in Monday after a referral from
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Can Fix It. I shared my traumatic experiences with Lowe's with 3 people at
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. They listened to the story and assisted me in problem-solving by selecting an appropriate dryer, and even gave me a discount, since the unit had a
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. They accommodated my schedule as much as possible and had it installed in 5 minutes without arguing, swearing or yelling like the Lowe's people did. They also offered a 60 day warranty at no charge. I would definitely use them again. They won't let ya hang out to dry.
- Laurie F.

For the initial troubleshoot the tech was on time for the appointment window and friendly. It was determined that the compressor was shot. I decided that since I like the fridge I would pay the $540 for a new compressor and the install instead of getting a new fridge. The troubleshoot was on 12/30/2014 and I ordered the compressor the same day. The appointment only costed $40 and he said that the $40 would be applied to the $540 for the new compressor/install. He said he would order the compressor that same day (I had to put $250 down for them to order the part) but since it was the week of new years they probably wouldn't recieve the compressor until the following week. Tuesday 1/6/2015 comes around and I hadn't heard from them so I called to see what was happening. He said the part shoud be there by Wednesday 1/7/2015 and they will give me a call when it comes in to schedule an appointment for the next day. Thursday 1/8 I had'nt heard from them so I called and they scheduled an appointment for Friday 1/9. I stayed home from work on Friday only for a no-call/no-show. I called/emailed several times with no response. Monday 1/12 I finally get ahold of them and tehy tell me the tech had the flu. I told them it was odd that they couldn't call to tell me that but whatever, things happen. I got the appointment rescheduled for Tuesday 1/13. Again, no-call/no show. Again I called/emailed with no success. I had already given them $290 so I didn't want to just take my business elsewhere. Wednesday 1/14 I got ahold of them through a different phone because they weren't answering my phone number and asked what was going on. They said the tech had gotten sick again. Again I stressed the importance of communication. They rescheduled my appointment for Friday 1/16. I emailed them on Friday (because they weren't answering my phone calls) and made sure that the appointment was still scheduled for Friday. I got a reply saying the tech was helping with a furnace install and will be headed to my house directly after and should be there by 3:00pm. At 3:45 I called/emailed after another no-call/no-show with no response. Monday 1/19 I emailed them telling them to just drop off my part at my house and I'll have somebody else install it (in a lengthier email). They replied "OK". When I got home the compressor was in front of my garage. So I am going on over 3 weeks without a fridge, 3 days taken off work, $290 less, and
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. could'nt care less. Take your business elsewhere.
- Nathan O.

I've had a tech over twice and they have not been able to fix it.
My washer quit on Christmas day. The first appointment I was able to get was
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13. The tech told me it wasn't the washer, but the wiring in my house. They came out on the 17th as well to replace a part and it still does not work. They are coming back again today to try.
- David P.

I had good service with them. They come out as stated. If you call them, they will answer. They are busy so sometimes you have to call and you have to wait, just like any other service. Their price is excellent. They work deals out too. When they say they are going to come, they do come.
- shy E.

They did a great job. I had some very narrow doorways to get through and they did it without pushing or anything. They were very reliable. They were on time. They called and said they would be here within a certain period. They were in there. I was a little nervous when the doorway was kind of narrow 1.48 to 1.51. They were friendly and explained how the refrigerator worked. I would definitely recommend them. They gave a good price and 2.22 to 2.26.
- Sandra B.

Bought a new dryer off floor, delivered next day as promised, delivery people good, they plugged it in and it ran ....
Problem next day we went to put wet clothes in it and it makes a dreadful noise - BUT
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replace it
we'd taken delivery - would not recommend and sadly won't use them
again. It is a shame as we'd like to use local business rather than Lowes - but Lowes actually is more responsive !
- Fred V.

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Viking Heating and Cooling

101 Northfield

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