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If you find yourself in need of appliance repair within the Encino area, we can give you service that very day and we are available at all times. Whether you’re having problems with heating, air conditioning, or appliances, we can repair or service models for all major brands. You will always be provided with a written estimate, which you will have to authorize before any repairs or service is done, and when we do the repairs there’s no charge for a service call. There are no extra fees associated with travel if the repair is need at night or even on the weekend. Our prices are the most competitive in the greater Encino area, plus we also offer a low-price match guarantee for our appliance, heating and A/C repair services so you know you are always paying the lowest rate available. You can call for same-day service in the greater Encino via our toll-free line anytime day or night.

Everyone has a busy schedule these days so we make sure to get your appliance repairs done as quickly as possible. To schedule a convenient appointment for your appliance repairs just call our toll free line: 1-800-500-5464

Our Services

* Air Conditioning/Heating Repair Encino

* Appliances Repair Encino

* Cooktop Repair Encino

* Dryer Repair Encino

* Freezer Repair Encino

* Microwave Repair Encino

* Range Hood Repair Encino

* Refrigerator Repair Encino

* Stove Repair Encino

* Washer Repair Encino

* Water Heater Repair Encino

* Dishwasher Repair Encino

We Service some of the following Appliance Brands:

  • Brown
  • Bryant
  • Caloric
  • Carrier
  • Crosley
  • Dacor
  • Day & Night
  • Emerson
  • Friedrich
  • Frigidaire
  • Gaggenau
  • GE
  • Gemline
  • Gibson
  • Goldstar
  • Goodman
  • Hampton Bay
  • Hardwick
  • Heil
  • Honeywell
  • Hotpoint
  • Janitrol
  • Jenn Air
  • Kenmore
  • Kitchen Aid
  • Lennox
  • LG
  • Litton
  • Magic Chef
  • Maytag
  • Modern Maid
  • Panasonic
  • Puron
  • Quasar
  • RCA
  • Roper
  • Ruud
  • Samsung
  • Sanyo
  • Sears
  • Signature
  • Speed Queen
  • Sub Zero
  • Summit
  • Sunray
  • Tappan
  • Tempstar
  • Thermador
  • U-line (Uline)
  • Wards
  • Weathertron
  • Wedgewood
  • Whirlpool
  • White Rogers
  • Westinghouse
  • Wolf

City We Serve Are The Following:


Encino is also a place of unique origins. In 1769 Gasper de Portola landed in the Monterey area of California. During his expedition he was greeted by several hundred Grabielino Indians close to Encino Springs under the mighty oak trees that would give Encino its name, which is Spanish for “oak tree.” Inside a generation, Encino Springs was know throughout California. He returned to Spain after claiming the territory for the King and Queen of Spain.

In 1810, as a result of the Mexican Revolution, Rancho Los Encinos was granted to the favored Grabielino Indians. At that time the rancho covered about seven square miles. However, with the coming of U.S. laws and taxes within the 1840s, the heirs from the orginal land grant lost ownership of the land and it eventually ended up within the hands of Vincent De La Ossa. De La Ossa built a sizeable adobe (which still stands), grazed 500 cattle, and employeed 20 ranch hands until he died in the 1860s.

Eugene and Phillipe Garnier bought the home and constructed the Encino Roadhouse which became a twice-a-day quit for both the Butterfield and the Overland Mail Stage in between Los Angeles and San Francisco. They also diversified the ranch and raised sheep, wheat, and barley. In the early 20th Century the neighborhood of Encino started to become developed.

The Encino Chamber of Commerce began in 1927, but was temporarily disbanded during the fantastic depression. The Chamber, which was revived in 1936, worked closely with the community to assist in the improvement of Encino. Just off Ventura and Balboa Boulevards will be the Los Encinos State Park which still includes some of the original buildings constructed by the Garniers

No matter what your schedule looks like, we can work around it for you when you are need of appliance repair within Encino. Make sure to get an appointment with us by calling us at 1-800-500-5464

We also will make appointments through email! Please include your pertinent information such as zip code, phone number, your name and a description of the problem that you are currently experiencing with your appliance, heating or A/C unit. We will contact you to schedule an appointment for your repair service as soon as the email has been received by our office.

You can learn more about your appliance, heating and air conditioning systems by reading through the information available below. We also hope this information helps you understand how your appliances can be used much more efficiently to help save money on your utilities, along with the best way to actually lengthen the life of your various appliances, heating, and air conditioning systems. In turn this leads to them lasting much longer and working correctly for the maximum amount of time.

BE CAREFUL: Never risk your own safety. The tips that are posted here are strictly for educational purposes only. We would strongly suggest that you not attempt to do appliance repairs by yourself. No matter what the repair is, most of them take training with various systems such as electrical or gas based, both are highly dangerous without proper knowledge. If you need a professional, please give us a call no matter the time at 1-800-500-5464

So who has the best appliances? That’s one question everyone seems to have. When shopping for new appliances many people are leery about asking an appliance salesman straight out which company is known for making the best quality appliances. It’s something that people lean in a coyly utter with a hand hiding their mouth.

Actually there’s a really simple answer for what seems a confusing inquiry. The old adage of “you get what you pay for” really applies to appliances. When it comes to manufacturers there’s no one that is better than all of the rest of them. There are those who make quality goods out of quality materials and those who make very cheap products that are cheaply made. It’s all in what you are willing to pay for.

It is all in the marketing, they have cheap ones out there for those who are only concerned with prices. Others are better made but cost a lot more. For you, however, it can mean suicide. Keep in mind this technique is considered legal. It is simply the company trying to get money out of your pockets because they lead you to believe that you are getting something for practically nothing.

Everyone knows the phrase, “Nothing is free.” Unfortunately, you will probably spend more money on a cheap product. Of course when you buy it, you won’t pay much, but when it breaks down for the fourth or fifth time, and the fact it is an energy hog, you will spend more in the long run. You end up getting exactly what you pay for. Don’t pay trash prices expecting treasure results.

The fact is many of us have fallen victims to exactly this, we bought cheap thinking we got a deal when the ones getting the deal was in fact, not us. In the past, most appliances were made incredibly well. The quality of American appliances was top notch, and most lasted as long as twenty years or even more depending on who made it.

But in today’s world with its intended obsolescence, products will only last a max of six or seven years. There is a great way to describe the new products being made cheaply, simply put they are junk.

There are a grand total of five companies pulling the strings of more than twenty seven brands of appliances within the entirety of the industry. Because of the competition and the desire for management to generate better numbers of profit, they began to look for ways to save money and get people to buy more. The department they were made in completely changed and they were switched out turning a much higher profit from people buying them.

Due to this new method of producing the appliances, it is actually more profitable for them to be poor quality and have a lower productive life. When the company only rewards for profits, the managers in the business will do whatever it takes to increase profit. Though there is no certainty that this is the exact reason why the products have become so poor. The sad truth is that there are quite a few companies that purposefully choose to use parts which have a tendency to fail. Anyone with appliance repair training can tell you that. When parts are poor quality, there is more work and more sales for the people making the product. While this seems to be a great idea in the short term, it can be quite stupid when it comes to the long run.

Rules for Appliance Safety

Most safety regarding appliances is mostly common sense. But these rules are here to prevent you from injuring yourself accidentally.

You need to follow these rules for two reasons. Your safety always comes first, so this is the prime reason. If you don’t know how the appliance works, do not try to repair it yourself. Get someone who is qualified to repair the product. If it’s 50 dollars to repair the product, that’s fine. But if you try to be cheap and break the appliance further, you are looking at a lot more money. Also, fifty dollars doesn’t compare to losing an eye. The second reason is the fact you need to ensure that the product is safe and working correctly. As above, thirty dollars may not seem worth it, but it’s a lot better than causing an additional hundred dollars in damages.

These two reasons usually are interrelated. If you keep yourself safe, the product will remain safe and vice versa. This is why it is important to practice these rules of safety so that both you and the product go undamaged.



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