Puget Sound Appliance Tech Expands Service Area To Major Western Washington Cities

Puget Sound Appliance Tech Announces Service Area Expansion to Major Western Washington Neighborhoods

October 12, 2017 /AuthorityNewsNetwork/ —

Puget Sound Appliance Tech announces the expansion of their premium refrigerator and appliance repair services to include: Seattle, Tacoma, Bellevue, Everett, Auburn, Bainbridge Island, Beaux Arts Village, Bonney Lake, Bothell, Bremerton, Brier, Burien, Des Moines, Duvall, Edmonds, Federal Way, Issaquah, Kenmore, Kent, Kirkland, Lake Forest Park, Lake Stevens, Lakewood, Lynnwood, Maple Valley, Marysville, Mercer Island, Mill Creek, Mountlake Terrace, Mukilteo, Puyallup, Poulsbo, Redmond, Renton, Sammamish, SeaTac, Shoreline, Silverdale, Tukwila, Woodinville, & Woodway WA.

Homeowners and businesses in these communities can now utilize the services of the highly-trained, highly-experienced, and highly-skilled repair professionals of Puget Sound Appliance Tech.

Repair is significantly more cost-effective than the replacement of any refrigerator. This is especially true of high-end models from GE, Bosch, Sharp, LG, Maytag, Tappan, Whirlpool, and Samsung.

Long gone are the days when a refrigerator could be considered a luxury. It is now an absolute necessity in every household, business, or hospital – regardless of the size of the owner. The importance of refrigeration in our daily lives is more than significant; it is essential. Regular maintenance and timely repair of a refrigerator by a professional company providing high-quality refrigeration repair services is not just a good idea – it is critical.

A refrigerator is an essential appliance in every home, hospital, restaurant, hotel or other business, has multiple functions and must run continuously, day and night, for years at a time. It is crucial that a refrigerator receives periodic, regular maintenance to ensure that it continues to function correctly over its useful life.

Due to a refrigerator’s ceaseless operation – and the many functions that a modern high-end refrigerator performs – a breakdown may happen at any time. It might stop operating either due to a part wearing out, or due to a lack of regular maintenance. A refrigerator breaking down will cause problems ranging from a simple inconvenience to the loss of thousands of dollars of food products, laboratory samples, or business supplies. It needs to be repaired as quickly as possible, no matter what the time or day.

It is important to secure the services of a professional refrigerator repair service promptly so that the problem is resolved in the shortest time possible. A professional service will ensure that the refrigerator is repaired promptly, correctly, and so that the same breakdown does not occur again. An inexperienced or untrained repair person can cause more problems than they solve, so it is important to find a service like Puget Sound Appliance Tech that has successfully repaired hundreds of high-end refrigerators and other appliances.

What Should You Look For In A Professional Refrigerator Repair Service?

Considering the necessity of a correctly operating refrigerator in our daily lives and businesses, it is important for a refrigerator repair service to be available after normal business hours. Because a  refrigerator can suddenly break down at any time, service professionals who can respond to a Seattle – Bellevue – Kirkland – Redmond – Woodinville – Tacoma – Puyallup – Sumner – Lakewood – Olympia WA home, office, or medical facility is essential when a problem occurs.

Puget Sound Appliance Tech personnel are available virtually around-the-clock for service calls. Their direct phone number is (253) 455-2080.

Repairing a refrigerator – especially a high-end or premium refrigeration system such as GE, Bosch, Sharp, LG, Maytag, Tappan, Whirlpool or Kenmore Elite requires up-to-date technical knowledge, skill, and expertise. Puget Sound Appliance Tech has professionals who are extensively qualified and highly experienced. They have the knowledge, skill, and experience of repairing refrigerators of all major brands and models.

A refrigerator repair professional should have all the essential tools, equipment, and the most common parts to allow them to complete the repair on site, then and there. The technician must be well-equipped and able to finish the repair work on the spot.

Why Choose Puget Sound Appliance Tech?

They have successfully serviced virtually every make and model of refrigerator, including Kenmore Elite, LG Mega, GE, Bosch, Sharp, Maytag, and Samsung. As the choice of thousands of Western Washington home and business owners, Puget Sound Appliance Tech has repaired refrigerators that would have cost thousands to replace. When a proven, expert, professional refrigerator repair service is needed, call Puget Sound Appliance Tech at (253) 455-2080.

They can also be found online at www.pugetsoundappliance.com . Visit their website for more information on how to keep top-of-the-line refrigerators in top-of-the-line running condition.

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Company Name: Puget Sound Appliance Tech
Contact Name: Jonathan Phillips
City: Tacoma
State: WA
Country: US
Phone: 253-455-2080
Email: appliancerepairtacoma@gmail.com
Website URL: http://pugetsoundappliance.com

Source: AuthorityNewsNetwork

Release ID: 249622

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