What does Advanced Appliance Tech Do?
We service and install all major home appliances and we also sell appliance parts.
What areas do you service?
We provide appliance repair services to most counties South of Atlanta including but not limited to: Clayton, Fayette, Henry, Cowetta, Newton, Conyers, Butts and Spalding counties. Contact us today to see if we provide services in your county.
How much do you charge for your repairs?
Our service call diagnostic fee is $40. Our diagnostic services are the key to saving you money. After we fully diagnose your appliance, we will discuss your repair options. All repair pricing is quoted up front before we repair your appliance. If you decide to have the appliance repaired, we will waive the $40 diagnostic fee.
Can I buy the parts and fix it myself?
Sure you can! You can purchase appliance repair parts directly from Advanced Appliance Repair.
How fast do you provide repairs?
We realize the inconvenience that can be caused when your appliance isn’t working and for that reason we work hard and fast. We generally can have refrigerators repaired within 24 hours and all other appliances within 24-48 hours.
Should I fix my appliance or repair it?
If the repair will cost more than half of the price of a new appliance and the appliance is more than 7 years old, purchasing a new one may be a better option. However, there are many instances when repairing the appliance makes more sense. It’s important to keep in mind that the newer appliances may be more efficient, but the short life cycles of many them outweigh much of the actual energy savings you will see in real time. Let’s look at the average life cycle of common household appliances according to the National Association of Home Builders:
- Dishwasher: 9 years
- Refrigerator: 13 years
- Freezer: 11 years
- Kitchen range/oven (gas): 15 years
- Washing machine: 10 years
- Dryer: 13 years
Where can I find the model and serial number for my appliance?
Each appliance is different and unique but here are a few ideas and common places you can look:
- Refrigerators / Freezers: Check near the top shelf of the fresh food section on a tag on the side of the wall.
- Top Load Washers: You may find the model tag inside the area where the lid shuts, although sometimes it is on top of the control panel area.
- Front Load Washers / Dryers: You can usually find the tag on the inside area where you would normally shut the door.
- Dishwashers: Check the tub frame where the door shuts or it may be directly on the side of the inner door panel.
- Cooktop: You should be able to find the tag on the underside of the cooktop, so it is most often accessed from the cabinet below the cooktop.
- Microwave: You will probably find the tag where the door shuts or sometimes it may be on the left wall inside the microwave. Countertop models may have the tag on the backside of the microwave.
- Wall Oven: Check on the inside of the door frame where the door closes.
- Freestanding Range: Usually you have to remove or open the bottom drawer, and the tag is on one of the legs that is normally covered by the drawer. Exception: On Maytag Gemini Freestanding Double Ovens, there is a flag similar to on a mailbox located on the upper rear of the control panel that lifts up to give you the model and serial number.
- Vent Hoods: Look behind the grease filter underneath the hood to find the model tag.
How do I contact Ace Refrigerator Repair?
The quickest way to get a service call is to call 770-954-1346 but you may also use our automated electronic contact form.