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Find an appliance installer near Upper Manhattan, NY

Find an appliance installer near Upper Manhattan, NY

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Find an appliance installer near Upper Manhattan, NY

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Q & A

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Thumbtack.

What’s the best way to set up a consultation or an appointment with an appliance specialist during the COVID-19 pandemic?

The best way to set up a consultation or appointment during the COVID-19 pandemic is virtually, with no in-person contact. After messaging the appliance repairman, you can ask to set up a video chat or phone call to discuss what work needs to be done. Make sure to ask them how they handle payments, keeping in mind that paying in advance may be safer than handling cash or credit cards until the pandemic is over. Ask the professional what procedures and precautions they have in place to ensure safety during this time. 

Are there ways to be safe if I hire an appliance repairman or specialist when social distancing?

If you decide to hire an appliance service specialist or repairman, check your local news for community guidelines and follow the CDC’s guidelines for social distancing. Discuss safety protocols with the appliance repairmen before they enter your home. And when they enter your home, stay at least 6 feet apart, don’t shake hands, sanitize all involved surfaces and use digital payments instead of cash or a check. 

If you decide to postpone the work, consider buying a gift card from them or paying for future work. This is a great way to give back to the community, as many small businesses and individual contractors are feeling the economic effects of social distancing. 

How can I find out if an appliance repairman or specialist is considered an essential COVID-19 service provider?

The definition of an essential provider varies based on state, city and local guidelines. Visit the official government website of your state or city to see which services are considered an essential in your area.

For more information on a national level, read CISA’s publication on critical infrastructure workers. However, note that not all jurisdictions follow CISA’s definitions of critical infrastructure. 

Does an appliance specialist need to enter my home?

If the faulty appliance is located in your home (e.g., a washing machine, refrigerator, toilet, dishwasher, etc.), the appliance repairman will most likely need to come inside to complete their work. However, if your appliance is outdoors (e.g., a grill, outdoor kitchen, etc.), it may be possible for them to complete the work without entering your home and with limited person-to-person contact. 

Do appliance repairmen or specialists offer remote or virtual services?

You should contact appliance repairmen and specialists near you before hiring them for the project to see if they can offer their services remotely or virtually. Appliance repairs are typically done in person, but you can ask if it's possible to have a virtual consultation or an online walk-through. If you see that a pro is offering remote services in their profile, message them to find out what those services include.

Reviews for Upper Manhattan appliance installers
Jason W.
Having someone come into your home for an appliance installation is a big decision. But with Roosevelt, I would recommend to everyone. Great communications, punctual, and expertise in appliances....plus very fair on pricing. You could not ask for anything else.
Roosevelt Appliance Repair ServiceRoosevelt Appliance Repair Service
Charley S.
The tech from Appliance Repair was right on time, which is difficult in Manhattan. He acted quickly and surely installing the new stove, and went through the check-out and verified everything was safe and functional. I will use him again.
Appliance Repair & Cozy Home ServicesAppliance Repair & Cozy Home Services
Stella L.
I purchased a stove with voltage settings that did not match the power settings in my home, and so the installation of this appliance should have never been attempted. However, it was attempted, and some unnecessary electrical work was performed. I was originally quoted $230 for the installation of a stove, refrigerator, and microwave and was charged $450 plus tax, which brought it to close to $489.94 dollars. Some of this extra cost was due to components that needed to be purchased to complete the installation of the other parts, so that's fine (though I never saw the receipts for these items). I had negotiated a $200 refund from the installer since the stove was never installed properly and only got $150 back, and did not get the tax on this back either. When I asked about getting the negotiated balance back I received a rude message that didn't acknowledge that a partial refund had been agreed upon through a phone conversation, after I had requested the $200 refund in writing. On top of all this, my floors were not properly protected during the installation and were scratched up in the process. I hate leaving negative reviews, but this was really not very professional.
MNE CONTRACTINGMNE CONTRACTING
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