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Appliance Repair reviews in Cortaro

  • A
    Bedazed @ spinning my wheels for direct answers from Angie's Listed "appliance repair" providers, this is goes out to all the consumers bewildered by the snake-oil-salesman appliance-service-predators out there. So many shenanigans, even in Angie's platform--key words "appliance repair"--await you if you're in a sudden need without someone deserving your money.  

    Honest businessmen aren't on Craigslist, caveat emptor--"Brian 520-609-**** or "APPLIANCE REPAIRMAN" Ed T. 520-225-7***. Those who appreciate customers with integrity readily affirm their expertise in advance with assurances like, "If I can't properly correct the problem, there's no charge for you." Search instead for "appliance" on Angie's. Emilio (ARIZONA APPLIANCE PARTS) redirected me to review a collection of appropriately qualified sole proprietorship(s) without all that bling Angie's "appliance repairs" hits will beguile and bedazzle you with. Look for the small guy with an honest business model. They're here in Pima County, too.

    But you gotta look, call, and ask in order to find one truthful and unlikely to molest your wallet after gutting your appliance--its innards all spread out over your laundry room floor as cold as a cadaver.  Beware of these creeps who expect trust unverified. In my experience, they're (1) a dangerous risk, and (2) costlier--disappear after F%^$ing up your like-new washer/dryer/distiller, (3) giving a black eye to the honest small guy one-man-operations worthy of a piece of your income.

    It's touchy challenging a niche in Pima County's business community, but a lot of charlatans remain a real and present danger to consumers in sudden need of certified appliance-expertise. Like crocodiles in those nature shows, they coax you into a" "we coo'" mindset, "Oh, I used to work @ Christie's Appliance", but mid-stream their jaws--figuratively speaking, a nondisclosure of closing costs snap down like teeth--tear into your financial well being.

    Determine their modus operandi in advance, friends! Not all of them are Craigslist bottom-feeders(see above for just 2), but even Angie's has reps phishing out your trust--expecting an advance payment as if your emergency precludes any expectation of appropriate credentials. Demand respectfully to see / copy business credentials if they don't offer them. Don't ever pay someone for a "trip" charge without this much assurance -- emailing, faxing, or their posting online guaranty matters.

    I know this sounds common sense, but being be preyed on is a scary, repulsive, and preventable catastrophe. Our community of appliance repair consumers need to sift out these parasites. Consumer awareness requires establishing verified trustworthiness with your business partners. Verbal promises only, you're probably too close to a snake.
    - Ric W.
  • D
    Fred Allen Repair
    He's really not a paragon for this industry, seriously. Several contractors throughout Maricopa and Pima Counties' marketplaces were sampled to get an "idea" of summarized closing costs. By the time "Fred" answered, several conversations with various experts presenting different views and applicable fee schedules had transpired.

    In my chats, a consensus formed that it isn't fair to expect anyone to know exactly how much in advance customer can be charged. One contractor offset this slant flat out. Bring it in yourself: $25 (diagnosis 100% guaranteed). Manny's quote in Pima County was top notch, not Fred's. Some go so far as to offer free estimate while stipulating service must follow (Russian roulette). Tucson's majority of "appliance repairmen"--hits--revealed a sellers' market more than an appliance-repair-buyers' market. A Phoenix vet, Dennis, guided me through diagnostics like manufacturer technical service reps--telling me what to do, look for--so a transaction was less like an antelope's view of crossing a river inhabited by crocodiles.

    But this is Pima County. My appliances operated ok--"adjustments" per manufacturers' tech services dept. Both technical services depts. had identified my appliance's needs by phone--suggesting DIY solutions--but I lacked confidence in my toolbox. I didn't really get upset at Fred's fee-demands until my asking about his credentials led to his jack-in-the-box disappearance act. Here was another un-certified guy claiming appliance expertise--whining about alleged customers taking advantage of a "free estimates" myth--without certified qualifications himself! "No, I need x# hours to troubleshoot myself cause you can't trust those manufacturer technicians." His words, "My company's in transition right you'd be better off...[pointing elsewhere]" Really?

    Fred Allen Repair's like that incompetent Coil Kit replacement repair guy from Craig's who could R&R coils, but left dryer maladjusted -- a scratching during cold start (stops right after gas-fires up). One fix led to another weird need for adjustment. Fred reinforced his belief that anyone questioning his fee schedule stood for losses to his appliance repair industry--them parasitic unscrupulous customers waiting to take advantage of his 'ard work. Oh, boo-hoo and poppycock to you, I say. Every (un-)licensed repairman here earned hundreds of dollars an hour if treated as a labor job.

    So I wasn't buying Fred's sad SOBbing story. I can't recommend you do, either.
    - Ric W.
  • A
    Authorized Technical Services Inc
    Washer would go into spin cycle and I was left with a tub full of water. Called ATS and scheduled an appointment on their next run through Marana. My field technician was Marty; he was neat, professional, timely and within seconds identified my problem as a faulty lid interlock switch. Now knowing the problem and being familiar with the working of the switch I could come up with my own solution without replacement. End result: the service call was well worth the money, as, before the call, I had visions of bad pumps and electronics and other such gizmos going bumpus costing me hundreds. I end up with a simple solution for only the $70 cost of the service call, along with some knowledge and a new resource for any future appliance problems.
    - Edward N.
  • A
    Christie's Appliance
    Excellent work. I have bought several appliances from them over the years and will continue to.
    - Joel K.
  • A
    Overall, I am impressed with Ken's knowledge and skill. I don't know how much more we would have spent if he hadn't been here to make it all work, and to fix it right the first time.
    - fred b.
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