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About Appliance Repair Columbia

When you need your appliance fixed call on Columbia's 5 star professional appliance repair technicians at Appliance Repair Columbia.

We are your local Columbia appliance repair contractors, with a dedicated customer support professionals ready to dispatch them. We specialize in residential in-home appliance repair services. Our team of experts can complete most appliance repair jobs on the first visit.

We are dedicated to fixing your appliance as soon as possible and in an efficient manner, while doing the work correctly and at the quoted cost. We understand that when customers call us to get their appliance serviced, often it is an emergency situation. Our goal is to provide the service you need quickly and conveniently.

Excellent appliance service!On time, courteous and the technician even took time to clean up! Will recommend them again.– Jackie - Fridge Repair


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Helpful Appliance Tips


How long should it take to dry a load of clothes?

Often the amount of time it takes for a load of clothes to dry can vary depending on the weight of the load itself, the setting of the dryer, and the fabric of your clothing, an average figure would be about 45 minutes. If you notice that it starts taking longer over a certain period of time, the vents should be checked for clogging and other issues.


My gas oven is glowing, but it doesn't heat. Is their something wrong?

The glow is due to the oven's igniter, which is known as a "glow-bar". This is what causes the gas to ignite and will usually glow as it heats. The problem is caused when the igniter does not reach the appropriate temperature, which in turn will cause the gas valve to remain closed. This will prevent your oven from heating. In this case, the igniter may need to be replaced.


Can keeping my fridge or freezer in the garage damage it?

Storing a refrigerator or freezer in the garage doesn't hurt it, unless it is a self-defrosting refrigerator and the temp falls under 50°F, in which case the oil might get thick causing the compression to fail.