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By: Bryan C.
Appliance Plus
While the work was done correctly. I felt I was misled about how difficult it would be to install the replacement part myself, when I asked about the complexity of it. It took the service man 30 minutes to remove and install the new part, and the labor was approx. $179 before tax. The time charged is not actual but what the "book" says to charge, which I just believe is not right. Will be hard pressed to use them again as I don't think he had his customers best interest in mind.
By: Nelson B.
Able Appliance
I had a Maytag clothes washer problem, a friend recommended Able Appliance. I called them and they came out in three days and within the appointed time. The repairman (John) quickly figured out my problem and had a part on hand to repair it immediately. They charge $9.95 for the service call, then parts and labor. My 45 min service call/repair was $203.00. I was very happy with this company and would use them again!
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By: Bob G.
Del's Appliance Heating & Cooling
Nice on the phone,everything is great until a repairman from Del's shows up everything is downhill from there. First of all he doesn't know the difference between a refrigerator and a dog turd. First doesn't have right part but says let me try this,no good,wait a minute I'll try this,no good. This went on for at least two hours and no luck with anything. Now he's computing his service call charge. Anyway all they got to do was waste two hours of my time,not a dime and left my refrigerator in worse shape than when he entered my home. Before you even think about calling DELS to fix anything give your 2 year old a hammer and give them a shot. It could not be any worse. Minus a trillion stars
By: rae.a.vargas
Del's Appliance Heating & Cooling
I was so pleased with the prompt service and professionalism from the front office and serviceman. They went beyond all expectations and would call them again.
By: Steve H.
Del's Appliance Heating & Cooling
I have to agree with Angela. Del's is awful. I had them do my AC repair and the 1st guy they sent out was not even an installer. They charged me for work the that wasn't done which was attested to by two other techs who came accessed what went wrong and then one of them eventually fixed it. So it took them two weeks the 1st time to get me fixed up off of a warranty claim and then when it failed I was down for almost two weeks again. I was told several time by them they would refund some of my money for the crappy work they did but in the end I got no refund as promised. The thing that even got me even worse was I told them it was broke the second time, but somehow they got their wires crossed when the coil did not come in the 2nd time and marked me off as fixed. When I called back they asked me how my ac was doing and I said its not fixed yet, you never came out because of parts. Then they ordered a part, the wrong part came in and the tech guy had to call all over to find one and get to the house and get it fixed. I will never ever call them again for service unless it's to fix what they already did. I have always used Top Notch in the past and they have been 100% any time they have come to my house.
By: Angela W.
Del's Appliance Heating & Cooling
An awful experience. Ddoes not follow ethical practices. Once contracted will delay repair and claim reasons that are not valid for delay. Very disrespectful. If your repair is not significant $, will be a long wait.
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