Fort Worth, TX Appliance Air Conditioning Heating Repair and Service
Fort Worth, TX Appliance, Air Conditioning and Heating Repair
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Fort Worth, TX AC, Heating and Appliance Repair

Fort Worth Appliance Repair is ready for your call any day and any time. If you experiencing an appliance, a/c or heating system problem that requires instant help, just call us and let us do the rest. We supply same-day repair service to Fort Worth and all of the neighboring zip codes. We repair all brands and models of major appliances, such a refrigerators, gas and electric dryers, washers, dishwashers, electric and gas ovens, electric and gas stoves, heating and air conditioning units. Our appliance repair service call is always free when we carry out the repair, and there isn’t an extra charge for night, weekend or holiday appointments. All the appliance repair technicians are professionally trained and experienced—and provide you with exceptional customer service. Also you pay the lowest price for appliance, air conditioning, or heating system repairs. And our repair and service estimates are backed up by low-price guarantee policy protection.

You can set up your same-day Fort Worth appliance repair appointment just by calling:

800 208-2612

Currently we Don't Repair AC and Heating Units

Or if you prefer, email: appointment@fortworthappliancerepairservice.com When emailing, please provide us with your phone number, name and a brief description of the problem you are experiencing with your appliance. When we receive your note, we will contact to present a solution and set up an appointment for your appliance problem.

Fort Worth Appliance and Air conditioning repair technicians are experts in the following fields:

Refrigerator Repairs
Dryer Repairs
Washer Repairs
Dishwasher Repairs
Heating Repairs
Stove Repairs
Oven Repairs
Microwave Repairs
Disposal Repairs
Air Conditioning Repairs

We repair all brands major Applinces AC, and Heating

Maytag
Whirlpool
Jenn-Air
Sub-Zero
Tappan
Magic Chef
Ruud

Sears
Speed Queen
Bosch
Hotpoint
Kenmore
Admiral
Frigidare

GE
Frigidaire
O'Keefe and Merritt
Sunray
Thermador
Wedgewood
Thermador

And many more Appliance that we repair in Fort Worth, TX brands check the full list

Fort Worth Appliance and Air conditioning repair technicians are experts in the following areas:

Fort Worth
Bedford
Saginaw
Everman
Westworth Village
White Settlement
Meadowbrook
Poly

Sansom Park
Haltom City
River Oaks
Forest Hill
Como
Benbrook
Caville
South Edgewood

Pantego
Sargent Avenue
Cobblestone
Edgecliff Village
Kennedale
Lakeside
Polytechnic Heights
North Fort Worth

And more view the rest of the Fort Worth, TX Appliance repair areas we service

The information we post below is included here to help you learn how to get more knowledgeable with your appliance, how you can increase the usage life of your appliances, and how to use them in the most effective way—which will save you $. However, we do not post it with the advice that you to get involved with the appliance repairs on your own. Appliance repairs require knowledge, experience, educational training and appliance repair instruments and tools. Repairs for gas and electric appliance systems can become extremely dangerous if you don't have essential familiarity, knowledge and tools. For qualified, professional Fort Worth appliance repair call us anytime at:

817 628-1260

What is an Energy Star rating on Appliances?

Shopping for major appliances can be nerve-wracking, particularly when you consider that most household appliances, from refrigerators to dishwashers and garbage disposals, should keep humming for the next 10 to 20 years. In 1992, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) took one part of the worry away. That’s when the governmental group launched Energy Star, a program that singles out appliances that use fewer environmental resources and cost you less to operate. Today, you can spot an Energy Star label on more than just appliances. Office products, building materials, lighting and electronics all carry the logo.

Energy Savings
Energy Star appliances are about 20% more energy efficient than ones without the rating. That makes a difference. According to the EPA, in 2009, Energy Star alliances helped Americans save nearly $17 billion on their utility bills. What’s more, using less electricity, which comes from processing coal and natural gas—and contributes to greenhouse gases, prevented a significant amount of those environmental hazards from entering the atmosphere—the equivalent of taking 30 million cars off the road. Energy Star labels aren’t difficult to read. Most have a rating that shows how many kilowatt-hours (kWhs) per year the appliance is expected to use. When shopping for a new appliance, look for the lowest number, which means fewer kWhs and more energy efficiency. As a bonus, some Energy Star appliances, such as hot water heaters and heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems, qualify for a federal tax credit, which puts even more money in your pocket.

How a product earns an Energy Star label
Keep in mind, that Energy Star labels assess energy efficiency, not every aspect of performance. An ice maker on a non-Energy Star refrigerator, for example, could work better than one with the government seal. But what you can be assured from an Energy Star appliance is that it has met or exceeded some strict standards of efficiency set up by the EPA and the U.S. Department of Energy.  

At the bare minimum, an Energy Star appliance must provide significant energy savings and be as high-performing as other appliances of its kind. If the Energy Star appliance has a higher sticker price than unlabeled models, it has to prove that you will recoup your investment through savings on your utility bill. And all Energy Star appliances have to prove, via testing, that they actually are energy efficient.

In addition, every type of appliance has individual benchmarks it must meet. For instance, Energy Star dishwashers can use no more than 5.8 gallons of water per cycle, while refrigerators must be 15% more energy efficient than federal standards.  One appliance you won’t see an Energy Star label on is clothes dryers. Currently, all dryers in the U.S. use just about the same amount of energy so there’s no need to compare models.

Call our toll free number anytime for a same-day repair appointment:

817 628-1260