Johns Appliance Repair in Marietta, GA with Reviews -

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By: Karen H.
Atlanta Sewing Center
I have purchased three machines here and have been very happy with the machines and service. I have called the store when I have a question (typically my error) and they walk me through steps to correct. Machine guide classes have been great and very helpful. These classes are for learning how to care for your machine (very important when you spend a couple of thousand) and some tips. Those who have trouble with the classes have either never sewn before or limited and are trying to learn HOW to sew, not operate/maintain machine. I find it interesting that there are three of the exact complaints by different names all on the same date. Hmmmm sounds like something else is going on.
By: Patti M.
John's Repair Service
John is the best around! I have unfortunately had to have him repair just about every appliance I own since we moved, Freezer, refrigerator, gas stove, gas dryer, washing machine and dishwasher. He comes when he says he will, charges VERY fair prices, and actually fixes things the first time. Can't go wrong!
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By: billy c.
A1 American Commercial Refrigeration Heating & Air Conditioning LLC
A1 American came out to my store to repair my ice Machine, Had it work on by other company, But still would't work. A1 American replace a defrost time., work Great now.... Thank Billy
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By: Mona R.
Bob's Vac & Sew
I have brought several different sewing machines to Bob for him to service. He has always done an excellent job. From a small Janome to a Husqvarna to an old singer.
Tips & Advices
If the washing machine is overloaded or all the clothes are packed to one side, the imbalance can cause the washing machine to jerk and shake. These vibrations can be violent enough to slam the machine against other objects, possibly causing damage to its exterior.
Refrigerator coils should be cleaned at least twice a year. Households with pets should clean their refrigerator coils more frequently.
To reduce the risk of foodborne illnesses, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration recommends homeowners set their refrigerators at or below 40 degrees Fahrenheit and their freezers at 0 degrees Fahrenheit.
In terms of operations and upkeep, gas dryers are less expensive than electric. The actual savings depends on the cost of gas vs. electricity in the area. Still, gas dryers heat up faster than electric ones do, making them slightly more energy efficient. However, gas dryers are priced higher than electric ones, so homeowners should prepare to pay more at the outset.
Proper maintenance helps most home appliances last longer. Homeowner's should check their user's manuals for insight on how often to inspect, clean or upgrade their appliances.

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