A trusted name in Vancouver, TCLM Appliance repair has been working in the field with 20 years of knowledge. Our key to success lies in our expertly trained, fully licensed and fully certified field technicians that are capable of working on all brands and appliances within the city and including all of the lower mainland. Our trusty, top reviewed professionals are renowned for their fast and expert repair services for both commercial and major households. Need help with Laundry and kitchen appliances? Our experts are capable of doing all of that from a simple reset to a complete service. We also offer our customers free estimates and a 6 month warranty.
WE SERVICE ALL MAJOR BRANDS! We offer Refrigerator Repair & Freezer repair services.
FACTORY TRAINED TECHNICIANS.
WE NORMALLY CAN GET REFRIGERATORS REPAIR AND COOLING THE SAME DAY.
We Service all Brands & Models.
Dryer Repair & Washer Repair Saving Tip
Clean out your dryer exhaust. Lint build up in the dryer exhaust not only reduces appliance efficiency, it is also a fire hazard. To clean, loosen the clamp and pull the exhaust off the back of the dryer. Remove the large clumps of lint from the tubing and the hole in the back with your hands, or if you cannot reach, gently scrape with a straightened coat hanger. Vacuum and reattach.
Inspect all washing machine hoses. Most washing machine floods are because of leaks in the hose. Check the hoses that connect to the back panel on your washing machine for any cracks, leaks, or weak spots on the hoses. If you find any deformities, replace the hose. And at minimum, replace the hoses every five years.
Refrigerator Repair & Freezer Repair Savings
Thoroughly clean all coils in your refrigerator / fridge. Dirt, dust, and pet hair build-ups can clog refrigerator coils, restricting the normal flow of air and causing the refrigerator to work harder to keep cool. Once or twice a year, use a portable vacuum cleaner to clean the coils and suck up any loose particles. The location of refrigerator coils varies by model, but most can be found either behind the kick plate (on the front panel near the floor) or at the rear of the fridge.
Oven and Stove Repair Saving Tip
Double-check that your oven door has a decent tight seal. Without a good seal, your oven can lose more than 21 percent of its heat. The result will be that food takes longer to cook or cooks unevenly. To check the condition of the seal, open the oven door and find the rubber or fiberglass gasket around the perimeter of the door. Feel for any broken, torn, or deformed areas, and close the door to see if you can locate any leaks. If you do, please replace the seal.
Range Repair & Stove Repair Saving Tip – Clean stove-top drip bowls. Remove the drip bowls from beneath your burner elements and pres oak them in a cleaning solution for five minutes. Then hand wash and replace. Remember to clean drip bowls immediately after spills. If spills burn into the bowls, you might need to replace them.
Eugene is the type of business man that is rare to find! He diagnosed my problem over the phone and instructed me how to find the easy fix on line. Which I did, quick and easy fix for me to do myself, and it solved the problem. No cost! (another company wanted 89.99 just to look at it and not even do anything.) Thank you Eugene! Now I know who I will call every time for any of my appliance repairs and who I will recommend to all my friends in Vancouver! – D. O’Connor