Repair or Replace

Once or twice in your life, perhaps even more, you will have to choose between 2 difficult and expensive options: To replace or repair your appliance that has broken or just isn't working as it used to. If the decision is simply financial, then repairing the appliance is the obvious answer, however, the cost and function are never the only factors. When it comes to deciding whether you should repair or replace your appliance, consider these questions.

  • Can I afford a new unit?
  • How old is the broken one?
  • What is the overall condition?
  • Is it the right size for my living condition?
  • Do I really want to fix it or do I want to buy a new one?
  • Is it the only appliance that needs work?
  • Is the broken unit under warranty?
If the broken appliance is older than 20 years, then this may be the first of many malfunctions. If you decide to repair it, you could be repairing it to only have it break down again. At Sarah's, we check the appliance first to see if more work will be needed down the road in order to give an accurate estimate of the cost to keep it running. This is so you can decide if it's worth repairing it or not. Whatever circumstance you find yourself in, we can help you find your appliance's potential.

Technicians Who are Certified & Factory Trained

If your appliances are 10 years old or younger, people tend to want to repair them rather than replace them because they are the original owners or because the family has grown and their cost of living keeps them from affording a new appliance. Homeowners tend to be more interested in repairing them than replacing them.

Thankfully, our certified technicians can come to you, evaluate your needs, and perform necessary repairs and/or maintenance. At Sarah's we strive to get your appliances up and running again in only 1 visit. We give you a quote for the work that needs to be done and will do all the work, leaving you with a working appliance.

While new appliances cost hundreds or thousands of dollars, we can get your appliance up and running again for a fraction of the price.

Diagnosing the Problem

If you can fix your appliance yourself, the first place to look is the owners manual to narrow down the causes of the problem based on the symptoms. The manual can help you narrow down the cause of the malfunction, based on the symptoms.There should also be a guide to help you repair the problem. If you have disposed of the manual, no worries. You should be able to find it on the manufacturer's website.

Before repairing your appliance, check to see if it's under any warranties. If it is, then the manufacturer or retailer can perform the repairs for you. Never perform any repairs if you're under warranty because then you may void your warranty.

Call the Professionals

Once going through all the troubleshooting above, if you feel you are unable to fix it on your own, then call in the experts at Sarah's. Our trained and certified technicians will get to you fast and can diagnose your appliance's problem and give an accurate estimate of the cost all in one visit.

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