Tuesday, July 14, 2009—New York, New York
Canton, Michigan-based online retailer of appliance parts, RepairClinic.com, was mentioned by Janice Lieberman on the Today Show, Tuesday, July 14, in a discussion about whether to “fix or nix” major appliances. Lieberman said in her “Today’s Consumer” segment with Al Roker, “ We found a great website called RepairClinic.com. They’ll walk you through the repairs—you can order the parts [from RepairClinic.com]. If you’re the least bit handy, you can save 80 to 100 dollars on a service call.”
RepairClinic President Well-Versed in Appliance Repair
RepairClinic President, Chris Hall, who spent many years repairing appliances, recently spoke with Lieberman about the costs of specific appliances, along with typical repair costs. He also made recommendations for when consumers should repair an appliance and when they should replace it, based on the age of the appliance and/or the cost of the repair.
RepairClinic.com RepairGurus® Answer Thousands of Appliance Repair Questions Online
The RepairClinic staff has been answering online repair questions for over ten years. In fact, the RepairClinic “RepairGurus” are so well-known online, they now answer thousands of questions per month from visitors to the website. Their goal is to help consumers fix their own appliances by suggesting which parts might be needed from the RepairClinic website, in addition to walking them through the repair process, saving them frustration and money. Even though the “gurus” realize that many of the repairs are quite simple, they also know that major household appliances like washing machines or refrigerators can be intimidating to those with little or no repair experience. Sometimes the Guru’s advice and guidance offers just enough confidence to get someone started on the path of becoming a true “do it yourselfer”.
Founded in Canton, Michigan, in 1999, RepairClinic.com® is the most comprehensive online resource for do-it-yourself home appliance repair help, including online appliance parts sales and detailed appliance repair information. The site features more than 80 appliance brands—including Kenmore, Whirlpool, Maytag, GE, Frigidaire, and LG—across 16 appliance types (e.g., washers, dryers, refrigerators, stoves, ovens, and dishwashers). Do-it-yourselfers use the helpful database, PartDetective®, to find the part they need or the leading-edge service, RepairGuru®, for free, customized repair help. Appliance parts are stocked in a 72,000 sq. ft. facility and shipped the same business day. Visit www.RepairClinic.com for more information.