Elizabeth NJ Appliance Repair 7 Day Fridge, Washer & Dryer Service Announced

New Jersey Appliance Repairs has announced that it can provide reliable and affordable 7-day service throughout New Jersey. The team is known for its high quality service and commitment to customer satisfaction.

Elizabeth, United States - May 25, 2019 /PressCable/ —

New Jersey Appliance Repairs, a leading NJ based contractor, has announced it can now provide a complete 7-day service throughout New Jersey. Trusting a professional appliance repair technician means that the job will be done properly, and may save money in the long term as the appliance will last longer.

More information can be found at: http://www.newjerseyappliancerepairs.com

New Jersey Appliance Repairs pride themselves on the high quality service and commitment to customer satisfaction. As part of this commitment, the team provides flexible solutions to accommodate the needs of any customer.

This means that regardless of the job in question, whether big or small, the team at New Jersey Appliance Repairs can help. The business has a team of reliable and professionally trained repair technicians who have been serving the local area for years.

They are able to service appliances in Elisabeth all the local areas and suburbs, including Newark, Jersey City, Bayonne, Union and New Brunswick. Services include washing machine repair, oven repair, and kitchen appliance repair for appliances like fridges, freezers, dishwashers and more. All brands are serviced, including Wolf, Viking, and Sub-Zero

Whether the customer has a front-loading washing machine, top loading, stacked appliance, or washer/dryer combination unit, New Jersey Appliance Repairs offers fast, affordable service. Commercial appliance repairs are also carried out for a variety of business customers, from hotels to restaurants.

Likewise, when an oven breaks down, the team encourages local residents to get in touch. No matter what type of repair is needed, the skilled technicians are always on hand to help.

New Jersey Appliance Repairs states: “You never have to worry about breaking the bank when you call on us for repair work. We deliver a fair priced service, and waive our call out fee when you agree to us performing the repair. We have been here helping our clients in and around New Jersey for years.”

Customers can expect same-day service, helping to get their appliances fixed as soon as possible. In addition to this, the team always strives to provide fair pricing and superior service.

Additional details can be found on the URL above, and interested parties can get in touch at: (908) 341-1996.

Contact Info:
Name: NJ Appliance Repairs
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Organization: New Jersey Appliance Repairs
Address: 954 W Grand St, Elizabeth, NJ 07202, United States
Phone: +1-908-341-1996
Website: http://www.newjerseyappliancerepairs.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 516621

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