All Repairs Guaranteed.
Always low cost & high-quality service
Clean, courteous quality workmanship
Most work done on your premises
No extra charge: evening & weekends
Senior citizens discounts available
Special pricing for new customers
As a leader in the appliance repair service industry, you can rest assured that you will be provided with the highest quality repair service when you choose Sub Zero HVAC and Appliance Repair.
We know what it’s like when your appliances stop working. It puts a damper on your whole day. We understand because we use our appliances every day just like you do. We want them to be dependable and reliable. Just like you, we don’t have time for appliances that don’t work. That’s why we got into the appliance repair business, so we could help people like you. We know that your time is valuable and when you have a need for an appliance repair, it can be an immediate need. That’s why we never charge extra for evenings or weekends like those other companies.
We’ve been repairing appliances for over 20 years. We keep an excellent supply of parts on hand with us at all times, and what we don't have we can get quickly and at an affordable price. We are local and if needed to have a 24-hour emergency service that’s available 7 days a week! So whether it's a washer repair, dryer repair, refrigerator repair, oven repair, or any other type of appliance repair. Call the name you can trust, and call SM Value Appliance Repair.
We can service and/or repair a wide variety of appliances including but not limited to: washers, dryers, ovens, stoves, microwave ovens, ice makers, refrigerators, and HVAC systems. We specialize in Sub-Zero, Viking, Thermador, and Kitchen Aid appliances.
What kinds of appliances do you repair?We can repair most major brand washers, dryers, refrigerators, freezers, dishwashers, ranges, ovens, gas & electric stoves, range hoods, microwave ovens, and garbage disposals. If you're still unsure, just ask!
If you need to order parts, do I need to pay for them?"It depends. If the part is a special factory order, typically those parts cannot be returned, so the customer will need to pre-pay for the parts and trip charge.
Is my appliance worth repairing or should I just buy a new one?In general, it's far more economical and eco-friendly to repair an appliance than to replace it. Not only does throwing away an appliance create waste, but some of the materials in these appliances can be harmful to the environment. You then have to deal with the process of searching for and purchasing a replacement, waiting for delivery and installation, and learning the in's and out's of a new product. By trying to repair a product you will either get a confirrmation that a replacement is needed or you'll have your old product working like new for a fraction again.