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How long ago was it that you could use the ice maker on your refrigerator whenever you needed ice? Has it really been that long?  

How long have you been dealing with running a load twice in the dryer because the clothes don’t fully dry the first time? Are you ready to start saving on power costs and start using your dryer just once per load again? 

Home and business appliances, though they’re designed to work well, are bound to have issues eventually. They are used often and work hard within a residential or commercial setting. 

Fortunately, a problem with an appliance doesn’t mean it needs to be thrown out. You don’t have to purchase a new appliance just because their older one is having a few issues. You also don’t have to put up with a broken machine for long with Coast Appliance Repair.  


Why Not Purchase a New Appliance?

When a washer machine, dryer, dishwasher or other major appliance stops working, it’s often tempting to go with a newer, more advanced model. After all, the newer models have all sorts of fancy features that the older model didn’t have, and the new model will work like a charm as soon as it’s installed. 

The downside to new appliances, though, is that replacing your appliance will cost a significant amount of money in many cases, especially for commercial equipment. You’ll also be dealing with installation and removal of the old appliance.  

If you decide to have your appliance repaired instead, you’ll be saving a lot of money and effort. This way, you can also continue using the appliance you’ve owned for years with certainty. Your appliances will work like new once again.  

The technician is going to run diagnosis on several parts of the appliance to determine what’s wrong and attempt to find out if there is anything else that should be repaired while they’re working on the main issue. With a full diagnostics and repair, your appliance’s longevity will significantly increase, giving you many more years of use to come. 

Another benefit to repairing your appliances instead of replacing it is a reduction in the amount of trash entering the landfill and environment each year. While many people will recycle or sell damaged appliances, there are many more who simply opt to have the appliance taken to a waste management area. This means the appliances are just sitting, waiting hundreds of years or more before they will even begin to break down. Reducing your waste by repairing your appliances are a wonderful way to work towards a cleaner life and greener planet.  

What Brands Can be Serviced by Coast Appliance Repair?

Our technicians can work with many major brands appliance repair. Whether you’re looking to have residential or commercial appliances repaired, you’ll want to ensure its something our technicians can work on before scheduling an appointment. This will help ensure the technician can get it up and running again as fast as possible. Coast Appliance Repair is proud to offer services on many brands that other repair places along the Gulf Coast don’t.  

The most common residential and commercial brands of appliances we repair are: 

  • GE 
  • Whirlpool 
  • LG 
  • Samsung 
  • Maytag 
  • Kenmore 
  • SEARS 
  • Frigidaire 
  • Electrolux 
  • Hoshizaki 
  • Manitowoc 
  • Bosch 
  • Kitchen Aid 
  • Jenn Air 
  • Dacor 
  • Sub Zero 
  • Thermador  
  • …and more! 

All these brands are easily repaired by the technicians at Coast Appliance Repair. 

If your appliance brand is not on this list, we suggest contacting us through phone or email to see if we can service your appliance. Sometimes, parts can be interchanged or ordered to fit your needs.  

Can Both Commercial and Residential Appliances Be Repaired?


Coast Appliance Repair can work on both commercial and residential appliances. We largely service the brands mentioned above. 

Give us a call today to set up an appointment where the technicians can come out and run a diagnostics on your appliance, determining the best course of action for repairs.  

Once diagnosed, the technicians at Coast Appliance Repair are dedicated to getting your appliances back up and running as quickly as possible. We understand that a broken appliance can throw off your schedule or even lead to costly lost business time. We understand how important these appliances can be, and strive to minimize downtime.  

What Types of Appliances Can be Serviced?

There are many types of appliances our technicians can service. Most of the time, the issues you’re experiencing with an appliance is one our technicians have seen before and can easily diagnose and repair.  

Refrigerators –  

Refrigerators today are complex and include many different parts that all need to work properly to keep food at the right temperature. Common issues include an ice maker that no longer makes ice or doesn’t shut off when it should, as well as a refrigerator or freezer that doesn’t keep food at the appropriate temperature. These issues are typically time-sensitive and need to be repaired quickly. 

Freezers –  

Stand-alone freezers are designed to keep foods at low temperatures to ensure they remain safe to eat for as long as possible. A potential issue with a stand-alone freezer is the inability to regulate the temperature to remain cold, or an issue with the door sealing properly. These issues could happen with home or business freezers and can be repaired with help from a technician.  

Ice Machines   

In homes, the ice machine is typically a part of the refrigerator. However, there are stand-alone ice machines for homes and businesses. The main problems typically encountered with ice machines include low ice production, poor freezing, or the inability to shut off at the right times. All these issues, and any other issues with the ice machine, can be handled by a technician.  


Stovetops, whether gas or electric, often have issues with the burners not getting hot enough or sparking. Gas leaks could occur, which can be potentially dangerous for the people inside the building. Additionally, there could be issues with any electrical components. Our technician will check all elements and components of your gas or electric stove to determine the issue and have them repaired quickly.  


Ovens, similar to stovetops, can have the main element stop working. This usually shows up when a homeowner tries to cook something, and the oven fails to heat to the proper temperatures, leaving the food raw or unevenly heated. Modern ovens may also have issues with the electrical components inside which help regulate the temperature. Technicians can fix either of these issues, as well as any other issues the oven may have.  

Range Hoods   

The hoods on top of a stove are designed to pull any smoke out of the home or business where it can be released without harm. When your range hood stops working, it could cause the smoke detectors to go off or toxins to build in the air. Home and business owners will want to have the range repaired quickly if the motor stops working or if there might be something blocking the range’s ability to remove smoke from the room.  

Warming Drawers   

Many newer ovens have warming drawers beneath them to allow homeowners to keep foods warm until it’s time to eat, leaving the oven available for cooking other foods. Businesses typically utilize these as a part of their oven or as a standalone appliance. When the warming drawers do not work properly, it can lead to food loss. Coast Appliance Repair’s experienced technicians can repair your warming drawers quickly so your food remains at the correct temperature for safe consumption.  


A microwave is a staple in many homes and businesses. If your microwave stops working, it can be a hassle to purchase a new one, especially if it’s a microwave mounted above the stove. Instead of replacing it, common issues that cause it to work improperly can be easily repaired. These issues could include keeping the right time, a broken display, getting to the right temperature, or even power issues. 


Washing machines commonly have issues with the spin cycle. The clothes may wash just fine, but the extra water does not spin out properly, leaving your clothes to sit and mildew in a puddle. Frontloading washing machines might develop issues with determining the correct amount of weight and might not start when needed. These issues can cause poor drying and torn clothing, however, they are also easy to repair with the help of a technician.  


The biggest problem with a dryer is not drying the clothes fully. If the clothes are spun properly and still do not dry the first time the dryer is used, you may want to have your dryer repaired. Common issues arise when the heating element stops working properly or the dryer is unable to tumble all the clothes dry.  

Dryer Ducts   

Your dryer ducts need to be kept clean to ensure they work properly and to ensure the dryer does not catch on fire because of a buildup of lint. Home and business owners will want to clean the lint trap of the dryer every time they use it and have a technician clean the ducts regularly to ensure they’re clear and able to work properly. This will not only ensure your home or business is kept safe from fire hazards, but it will also extend the lifetime of your appliance. 


The most common sign of a dishwasher that isn’t working properly is dirty dishes after the cycle is done. The water inside your dishwasher may not spray properly, which means the water cannot get to the dishes to wash them. Another issue could be with soap scum build-up on the dishwasher, keeping other parts of your dishwasher from working properly. These issues can be repaired by a technician, helping your dishwasher work like new once again.  

Wine Cooler   

A wine cooler in a home or a business needs to be precise. It must keep the wine stored at the right temperature, so they can be enjoyed with precision quality, temperature, and taste. If your wine cooler is not keeping wine at the right temperature, a repair may be needed. This is easily repaired by our experienced technicians. 

Garbage Disposal   

Home and business garbage disposals often have issues, either through improper use or simply time. Failing to follow directions about what can and cannot be put in the disposal can quickly lead to dull or damaged blades that can’t cut food properly. Another common issue for garbage disposals is a burnt motor, which may need replacement. Our technicians can determine the issue, explain possible causes, and repair the garbage disposal in no time at all. 

Trash Compactor   

Businesses often use trash compactors to minimize the volume of trash they deal with each week. A common issue that arises is when something is stuck in the compactor. It is incredibly dangerous to try to fix this without professional experience. The trash compactor can suffer other issues as well, such as missing parts or burnt motors. A technician can examine the trash compactor to determine exactly what needs to be fixed and get you back to compacting as soon as possible. 


How Does Appliance Repair Process Work?

If you’re in need of appliance repair services, the first step to take is to contact Coast Appliance Repair for help. Let us know what type and brand of appliance you’re having troubles with, and we’ll send a technician out to run a diagnostic. We’ll set up a time to inspect and fix the appliance that’s convenient for you, whether you’re in need of commercial or residential appliance repair. 

Even if you diagnose the issue yourself, it’s important for our technicians to check the appliance thoroughly, as the problem may be a symptom of an underlying cause. This extensive examination helps the technician to ensure they’ve repaired the problem properly the first time so you don’t have to fuss with another break down. 

After the issue is diagnosed, the technician may either be able to proceed with a fix for a common issue or schedule a later time to come in and complete the repairs. 

We always do our best to ensure all appliances are repaired in a timely manner so you can get back to your day-to-day life. We also take the time to make sure the appliance is working properly and nothing else is wrong, extending the lifetime of your appliance. 

How Long Will the Repair Take?

The length of time for the repair depends on what’s wrong with the appliance. Of course, our technicians always do their best to get the job done quickly, however, you’ll still want to allot time for the technician to perform diagnostics to determine what’s wrong. If necessary repair parts are readily available, the repair can be completed that day. If the part needs to be ordered, it might take a few days to a week before the part arrives and can be replaced.  

Have Your Appliances Repaired Today to Save Money and Start Using Them Again

If you’re having any issues with your appliances, contact Coast Appliance Repair today for help.  

One of our experienced technicians will schedule a time to diagnose your appliance to see what’s wrong with it and how it can be fixed. We’ll complete any necessary repairs as quickly as possible and get you back up and running in no time at all.   

Remember, with Coast Appliance Repair, you no longer have to toss out your old appliances, spending money on a newer model, installation, and removal. You don’t have to worry about learning to work around pre-existing issues your appliances may have developed over the years, and you certainly don’t have to live with higher-than-expected utilities because your appliances aren’t working properly.  

You can save money and create a greener, cleaner planet by having you current appliances repaired. It’s time to start seeing the savings again. 

Have you decided to give it a shot? Want to find out more? 

We service a variety of brands, whether it’s commercial or residential, making us a favorite along the Gulf Coast. You may be surprised at how inexpensive repairs can be, especially when you consider the cost of replacing the appliance. Don’t deal with an ice maker that doesn’t work anymore, a dishwasher that leaves you with dirty dishes, or a dryer that doesn’t dry your clothes. Don’t settle for anything less than the best. 

Give Coast Appliance Repair a call today or send over an email for a no-obligation quote.