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1.Sears Appliance Repair
1305 Airline Rd
Lawn MowersAppliance InstallationRefrigerators & Freezers-Repair & ServiceSmall Appliances
Service tech was here on time, I was contacted by phone the day before and when he was on his way within a hour of my appointment. Very nice and had my ice maker replaced within minutes. Will do business again.
2.AB Appliance Repair
4326 Carlton St
Major Appliance PartsMajor Appliance Refinishing & Repair
3.Williford's Appliance Service
3701 Apollo Rd
Washers & Dryers Service & RepairSmall Appliance RepairMajor Appliance Refinishing & RepairDishwasher Repair & Service
4.1st Source Servall Appliance Parts 43
4814 Ayers St
Major AppliancesMajor Appliance PartsRanges & Ovens-Supplies & PartsRefrigeration Equipment-Parts & Supplies
Sometime last week, I arrived at 1st Source Servall hoping to replace a faulty AC capacitor, and possibly a fan motor. When I walked into the store, I said, “Good morning.” The two “gentlemen” bilaterally placed on either side of the service counter did nothing to show that my presence was recognized by them. So I said again with more emphasis, “Good morning. Anybody?” The shorter man (the spectacled, balding one), turned to the other older employee, and asked, “Are you punched in?” With the flattest, driest anti-enthusiasm, and the deadest eyes he could muster, the Older Guy asked me, “What do you need…” ::Cut to my inner monologue at this very moment:: Is this really happening? Is this how they treat ALL their customers? How are they still in business? Maybe I should build a time-machine, rewind a few seconds, walk out the door, and re-enter this establishment again for a “do-over”. ::End of inner monologue, and back to my narrative:: If I hadn’t needed those air conditioner parts so badly and if I didn‘t love my wife so much, that CERTAINLY would have made me walk out of there at that point. With the same shark-stare and lifeless voice, Old Guy continued, “We don’t have that part here. We don’t really like to sell these parts (retail) to consumers. You might try Johnstone on Agnes.” By the time I asked him for directions, my feet were already walking ME out of the store. ::Cut back to my inner monologue upon my departure:: These guys are severely unhappy with their CHOSEN professions. Why do they work for the public if they hate people? NEVER again…ever. ::Back again to my narrative:: I was taken aback by this customer service nightmare, because in previous Saturday visits to this store, a tall, energetic, personable employee (forgive me for not recalling his name) got me in and out of the store with the most jovial attitude, as if he were happy to have MY business. On this particularly early morning , he even apologized to me for not having the point of sale machine/register set up for the day when I walked in. After purchasing my much needed capacitor at Johnstone (the other service parts location in my city, and a TERRIFIC customer service experience, I might add), I asked the friendly employee about their business hours. Much to my chagrin, he reported that they are closed on weekends, which are my only available days to scratch items off of my domestic, “honey-do” list. As we all know, manmade components are subject to intermittent failures from time to time. If ever I am in the market for appliance parts again, I would rather take a vacation day off to go to Johnstone, than to wait till the weekend to deal with that rude pair again. The only way I’ll EVER give 1st Source Servall (formerly known as Standard Appliance) my business again, is if I see the aforementioned tall, friendly employee standing at the service desk. If all three men are working on a Saturday, and I am next in line to be helped by the Rude Brothers, I will gladly let the next person in line take my spot. I’ll wait for Tall, Friendly Guy, thank you very much.
5.Affordable Appliance Parts & Repair
3106 Quebec Dr
Major Appliance Refinishing & RepairMajor AppliancesMajor Appliance Parts
We have a commercial grade ice maker, purchased from Appliance Mart. It quit working in January; we contacted them for repair. They no longer do repairs, but provided the name of their prior employee, Gary Parham,owner of Affordable Appliance Parts and Repair. He came out, said part would need to be ordered from manufacturer. We paid him $406.00 (included $374.94 for part.) Throughout spring, we made numerous calls re repair. He sporadically answered. In March he brought part, but that part was not the problem. Parham was to receive credit for returning part and pay us. April 5, after making numerous unanswered calls, he stated he would be charged a 30% restocking fee, which would reduce the amount he owed us. He expected refund of $280 week of April 11th. He has not responded since to our many calls. Twice we asked Appliance Mart to contact Parham. June 6 we filed complaint with BBB. They attempted contact; he has not responded. He owes us hundreds of dollars.
6.Factory Builders Stores
3741 Apollo Rd
Major AppliancesMajor Appliance PartsAltering & Remodeling ContractorsSmall Appliances
7.GE Appliance Repair
Refrigerators & Freezers-Repair & ServiceMajor Appliance PartsMajor AppliancesMajor Appliance Refinishing & Repair
At GE, our goal is to ensure your satisfaction, while offering the highest levels of professional service at affordable and competitive rates. What we offer: GE Appliances Repair is well equipped to take full and comprehensive care of your appliances, offering: Team of professional, well-trained GE service technicians supporting the life of your applianceCompetitive pricingEasy-to-use online tools to schedule service and get pricing informationFlexible appointment schedulesInexpensive extended warrantiesGenuine GE parts We service following appliances : Refrigerators, warming drawers, air conditioners, disposers, freezers,washers, compactors, ranges, advantium ovens, dryers, dehumidifiers, cooktops,dishwashers, humidifiers, wall ovens, range hoods, microwaves So call now and talk to GE appliance repair expert.
8.Coastal Bend Appliance
1125 Sea Secret St
Major AppliancesMajor Appliance PartsMajor Appliance Refinishing & RepairMicrowave Ovens
Done Right the First Time. Same day service in most cases, fully stocked trucks help with 1 dayService All Makes & Models Washers Dryers Icemakers Refrigerators Freezers Dishwashers Disposals Ranges Ovens
Laundry SuppliesLaundromat Equipment & SuppliesMajor Appliance PartsLaundry Equipment
Worldwide Laundry is an authorized distributor for commercial laundry equipment. Brands include ADC, Continental, Dexter, Fagor, Maytag & Whirlpool. We have a complete parts and service department.
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