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Best Home Appliance Repair Services in Columbus, OH

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Westerville, OH 43082 Rating

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3.0 (10)

Why choose this provider?

The Appliance Service is a repair center in Westerville that has more than 30 years of experience in dealing with laundry and appliances. The company serves the entire Columbus metro area and other parts of Central Ohio, and it handles major brands like Frigidaire, Electrolux, Bosch, Fisher & Paykel, Whirlpool, and Sub-Zero. A customer says of the company's technicians, “The part they replaced was defective...but this was the fault of the manufacturer, not theirs. They got me a new part [and] installed it quickly.” The Applianceman Service offers a 90-day guarantee on all parts and labor, and clients can call to inquire about the company's current offers.

Columbus, OH 43228 Rating

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4.6 (199)
3.3 (52)
3.0 (4)

Why choose this provider?

Economic Appliance Service is a repair shop in Columbus that has more than 35 years of experience in servicing most major household appliance brands. The company does not charge any hidden fees, and it offers a 90-day warranty on labor and parts. Some of the appliance types that the company repairs are washers and dryers, refrigerators and freezers, kitchen ranges and ovens, and dishwashers. Clients can call or complete the online form to inquire about Economic's other services.

Plain City, OH 43064 Rating

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3.9 (52)
3.5 (8)
3.0 (2)

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Northwest Appliance is a repair services provider in Plain City that fixes broken appliances in the households of Franklin, Delaware, and Union Counties. The company deals with most major brands and types, and it installs and manages HVAC systems as well. The company also provides maintenance work to ensure that appliances are in great condition and that these do not pose health and safety hazards. Northwest's technicians are trained and equipped to carry out most repairs within 24 hours of the customer's call. A client notes, “These guys are great! They could figure out what was wrong just by me putting the phone up to the washer.”

Columbus, OH 43207 Rating

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2.5 (10)

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Appliance and Mattress Center is a shop in Columbus that fixes broken television sets, cooktops, grills, refrigerators freezers, and other home appliances. The company works on most brands, and these include Panasonic, Pioneer, Samsung, Magnavox, Haier, and GE. Appliance and Mattress Center offers a no-credit-check, in-house financing plan that allows customers to stretch the service payments within 90 days, and it also sells mattresses, furniture, and used appliances that carry the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Energy Star seal. The company website features quick tips on appliance diagnosis and the center's latest deals.

Dublin, OH 43016 Rating

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4.5 (88)
5.0 (19)

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Shamrock is a home appliance repair center in Dublin that handles most major brands. The types of appliances that the company repairs include refrigerators, washers and dryers, kitchen stoves and ovens, dishwashers, and garbage disposal systems. The company also performs preventive maintenance work to ensure that the clients' appliances are safe to use and in top condition. A client attests to Shamrock's professionalism, saying, “The experience was first rate, from my first exploratory call to the follow up... I appreciated that the parts were provided at wholesale [prices], and the overall cost of the repair seemed fair.”

Compare our Top Home Appliance Repair Services

NameExpertise RatingAddressPromotionsLearn more
The Applianceman Service
Economic Appliance Service
Northwest Appliance
Appliance and Mattress Center
Shamrock Appliance Repair


  • Can I repair my own appliances?

    When an appliance is acting up, it’s a good idea to check the manual to troubleshoot common problems. Some appliance repairs can be done without calling a professional, such as:

    • Replacing a refrigerator gasket
    • Replacing an oven door seal
    • Fixing a broken water dispenser or ice maker in a refrigerator
    • Replacing an electric burner
    • Recalibrating an oven thermostat
    • Cleaning a clogged inlet screen on a slow-filling washing machine
    • Checking the drain hose in a washing machine that won’t drain

    Remember that appliances have many delicate components, so if you don’t have the proper tools or you aren’t comfortable tackling a repair, it’s best to turn to a professional.

  • Should a tenant pay for their own appliance repair?

    The responsibility of repairing appliances in a rental property depends on state laws, local ordinances, and the terms of a lease. In areas where landlords aren’t required by law to provide appliances, tenants are usually responsible for the repair. Even if appliances are provided with a rental, the lease agreement may state the landlord is not responsible for maintenance and repair.

  • Can I repair scratches or dents in my stainless steel appliances?

    Fine scratches can be buffed out using a non-abrasive stainless steel cleaner. These come in liquid form or a powder that’s mixed into a paste using water. Apply a small amount of cleanser onto a damp microfiber cloth and gently rub the scratch in the direction of the grain. When the scratch is buffed out, remove any residue and wipe dry. Deeper scratches may require a scratch removal kit that includes abrasive pads of different grits. Follow the kit instructions and rub the grain in one direction. To remove a dent on a stainless steel surface, try a suction-cup dent puller, which you can usually find at automotive parts stores.

  • How do I determine if I should repair or replace a home appliance?

    Some experts suggest replacing a home appliance if the cost of repairing is more than half the price of buying and installing a new one. An appliance that’s nearing the end of its lifespan, or one that frequently needs repairs, may be worth replacing.

    The lifespan of an appliance varies depending on the brand, model, and usage. Typical life spans are:

    • Dishwasher: 9 to 16 years
    • Microwave: 9 years
    • Washer: 8 to 16 years
    • Dryer: 11 to 18 years
    • Gas range: 15 to 23 years
    • Electric range: 13 to 20 years
    • Refrigerator: 10 to 15 years
  • Is a home warranty worth it for home appliances?

    Home warranties may make sense if appliances are expensive to replace or nearing the end of their life span. In some cases, appliances may be covered under a manufacturer’s warranty or a credit card used to purchase the goods, eliminating the need for additional coverage.

  • How do I know if I need to replace a home appliance?

    Before investing in a new appliance, you should consider whether your current appliance’s lifespan can be extended with repairs or better maintenance. In some cases, older appliances may be more costly in the long run than a newer energy-efficient model, which can save you money on utility bills. It also may make sense to invest in a new appliance if it offers more functionality for a busy household or complements a renovation or makeover.