When you use NYC Appliance Repair, you are getting the best appliance repair service in the area with repair technicians who are experienced and professionally trained. We are a no-nonsense company that delivers fast service at the lowest cost to you (check out our low-price guarantee protection policy). Give us a call any time of the day and we will set up the first convenient appointment for your appliance, ac or heating system. We will even do our best to repair it today, if that is what will work best for you. Regardless of your appliance’s brand or model, we have the experience and know-how to get it up and running again—whether for your ac , heating unit, refrigerator, dishwasher, washer, or electric or gas dryer, oven, or stove. Plus, we can come out and give you an estimate with no obligation to perform the service. But if we do complete the repair, our service call is free with the repair. And you won’t be charged for night, weekend or holiday appointments.
|NYC Appliance and Air Conditioning Repair has expertise in:|
Oven repair Disposal repair
Air condition repair
Range / Stove repair
Trash compactor repair Microwave repair
We repair all appliance, heating and air conditioning models and brands in New York City:
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Set up an appointment with us, NYC Appliance Repair appointment by calling us at our local number. Or if you need appliance repair in Los Angeles County you can follow to our partner.
Or set up an appointment via a brief email that includes your name, phone number the appliance that you are having a problem with. Once we hear from you, we will get in touch with you to schedule an appointment for your appliance problem.
Please view our service areas for Appliance, Air Conditioning and Heating repairs in New York City:
Lower East Side
Upper West Side
Upper East Side
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For your convenience, we have included information here to help you learn about your appliances. We hope that at the least, it may help you learn how you can make the most of your appliances, including how to use them most efficiently and save money on utility bills. However, this information is not included to recommend that you perform appliance repairs on your own. To complete appliance repairs safely, you need special tools, experience, and specialized training—especially when it comes to potentially dangerous electric and gas appliance systems. So feel free to read the information here to educate yourself, but for experienced, professional help call us 24/7
A Guide to Gas Appliance Safety
Household gas appliances—from ovens to clothes dryers—are built to last decades. To ensure they live out their lifespan, safely and efficiently, you’ll need to operate them properly and perform regular maintenance. Follow the guide below to learn how to care for the gas appliances in your home.
Don’t play with fire. It’s important to remember that gas is a combustible substance and gas appliances have a pilot light. To prevent fires, never keep flammable objects like rags, newspapers or dry wood near your gas appliance. Remove any flammable chemicals like cleaning products, insecticides or gasoline from the surrounding area as well.
Read the operating manual. It sounds obvious: only use your gas appliance as it was intended. But many people wing it, using their appliance in inefficient ways. Even more important? Don’t make your appliance perform functions it’s not meant to perform. For instance, don’t use a gas oven as a space heater or a furnace as a drying rack for your clothes. Both could cause damage to your appliance and potentially cause a fire.
Let it breathe. Proper ventilation is a cardinal rule of gas appliances. The free flow of air is key to ensuring that your gas appliance operates correctly and safely. Be sure that any non-flammable items near a gas appliance don’t block airflow or vents, and regularly replace appliance filters, which can become clogged with debris and dust.
Have an annual checkup. A licensed professional should inspect all gas appliances in your home once a year to make sure they are operating safely and at maximum efficiency. The most important test to conduct yearly is for carbon monoxide. Carbon monoxide is a byproduct of burning gas in low oxygen; it can be created in appliances have been poorly installed or maintained. Both colorless and odorless, carbon dioxide can be difficult for a homeowner to detect. Two obvious indicators are a large and yellow gas flame and a strong smell coming from the appliance when it’s running. If you notice either of these signs, call a repairman immediately—don’t wait for a yearly check-up. Carbon monoxide poisoning is serious. It can cause headaches, dizziness, nausea, and vomiting, as well as shortness of breath and confusion.