Appliance Repair in Toronto & GTA

Appliance Repair is our job and responsibility as we recognize the important roles our appliances play in our day-to-day lives. From morning until night, the appliances we use are of vital importance to the convenience and speed of a regular day.

From refrigerators that keep our food from going bad to washers and dryers that help us keep our laundry from piling up, maintaining and servicing functioning equipment is our priority.

Professional Appliance Repair Technicians 24/7

appliance repair in TorontoWith our highly trained and fully certified and insured repair technicians, you are only one phone call away from a quick and inexpensive fix to your malfunctioning appliance.

Trained to repair equipment for any major appliance, brand or model you have nothing to worry about should something goes wrong!

  • Stove and range repair
  • Refrigerator repair
  • Dishwasher repair
  • Dryer repair
  • Range hood repair

Appliance Repair – The brands that we work with

Worried you might have an appliance that is too old or of a brand or model that we won’t recognize? Not to worry! We service many types, including but not limited to:

  • Maytag appliances
  • Magic Chef appliances
  • Samsung appliances
  • LG appliances
  • Hot Point appliances
  • Frigidaire appliances
  • Inglis appliances
  • Thermador appliances
  • Sub Zero appliances
  • Kitchenaid appliances
  • Dacor appliances
  • White Westinghouse
  • Whirlpool appliances
  • Moffat appliances
  • AEG appliances
  • Electrolux appliances
  • Kenmore appliances
  • Fisher & Paykel
  • Viking appliances
  • And many more

Appliance Repair or Replace it?

When confronted with an appliance that has broken down and requires appliance repair, it’s a very common question received by our customers on whether to move ahead with the repair or to replace the appliance altogether.

We very much appreciate that the appliance you purchased was an investment that you were hoping to get many years out of. However, we also know appliances that are made today are not the same quality that they once were even as most recently as the last 5 to 10 years.

Manufacturers are under more pressure than ever to deliver higher revenues and higher profit margins, therefore, most of the manufacturing process has now been moved over to countries such as Mexico and China and other countries that can manufacture the same products for less, while selling you that dishwasher, stove, oven, washer and dryer for the same price.

Here are some ideas of cost of repair and replacement. As with anything your mileage will vary, as appliance repairs in Toronto can also vary.

Costs for Refrigerator Appliance repair in Toronto

The average yearly costs for a refrigerator appliance is approximately $150+ and the average repair costs for the most common components is around $300 to $400 depending on what the repair involves, and most of the time it is because of the compressor or a valve in the refrigerator.

Repair or Replace my Refrigerator? 

Contingent upon the brand, you should think about replacing your refrigerator unit to another one if the assessed repair costs surpass $700+. It’s common that a refrigerator that has been in service for a very long time, will eventually show it’s age, of the most basic parts such as the compressor will start to breakdown.

It’s been said that the average age of a refrigerator is approximately 8-16 years depending on a number of variables throughout it’s lifespan, and you should budget approximately $1500 – $6000+ for a new refrigerator.

Stove and Oven Repair

Stove and Oven Emergency Repair

Costs for Stove and Oven Repair in Toronto Area

Some example costs to take into consideration;

  • Breaking down of the lighter: $100-$200
  • Circuit board malfunction: $225+

If the oven appliance repair in Toronto costs get into the $390+, that’s when you should start to consider replacing the stove or oven, and it’s been said that the longevity of the oven appliance is approximately 10 to 15 years similar to the refrigerators and an average cost of a stove or oven is around $700 to $2000+ range.

Laundry Washer Appliance Repair

Washer and dryer costs to upkeep on a yearly basis is approximately $75 to $100+ depending on how often the unit is used. Since the washer appliance repairs are fairly easy, and most involve just checking the connections and making sure that the hoses are secured.

Other repairs involve fixing or replacing the lid switch that controls the spin cycle (around $150+) or replacing valves or gaskets, which can range from $165 and up.

You should start to think about replacing the unit if the washer appliance repair in Toronto starts to exceed the $450+ mark. On average, it’s been said that the washer appliance lifespan is around 9 to 12 years in total, so that’s something to think about. A new unit goes for anywhere between $400 to about $1100.

Dryer Appliance Repair

Dryer appliance repairs in Toronto are pretty straightforward, as most of the unit is contained within the motor and the coils that power the appliance. Most of the repairs are related to coils, thermostats and the belt, and the average repair costs can start from about $180.

You should consider thinking about replacing the dryer if the appliance repair in Toronto starts to exceed $450, and it’s been said that the average cost of a replacement dryer is about $500 to $1100 depending on the features that the dryer appliance includes.

Dishwasher Appliance Repair

By making sure to keep the appliance running clean without any obstructions inside, you should be able to keep it going for a fairly long time, the average lifespan of the appliance can be anywhere between 9 to 12 years depending on the brand. Mostly, regular dishwasher repair cost anywhere between $150 to $300, depending on the part that needs to be replaced. A typical replacement of a dishwasher appliance is approximately $500 to $1000.

If you are looking for the best appliance repair in Toronto, make sure to contact I-FIX Appliance Repair at (647) 642-1212 and speak to one of our trusted and certified technicians today.