Portland >Appliance City
AVOID! These people are crooks! I bought a fridge with a warranty. The fridge never worked, and they refused to fix it. When we wanted to return it, they wanted to charge us almost $300! BUYER BEWARE!!!
Saved me tons of $$$$$ over the last decade . . ..
This place Rocks ! (especially in this economy)
Over the last ten years, I have purchased a Washer, Dryer, Fridge, and a Smooth Glass Top Convection Oven. Washer & Dryer ($375 for set) still going after 10 years!!! Convection Oven ($350) still going after 7 years. The Fridge $275 had an issue with cooling within the first few months, probably due to hot temps in summer taxing the compressor. When I called to report the issue, they swapped out my fridge for a new one since it was within the warranty period. Now, Fridge has been going strong for 3 years!!! Btw, Huge Asset is the "100 Days Parts and Labor Guarantee" as they call it. It's what "seals the deal" for me. They've always been friendly, always informative - taking the time to answer my questions, and most importantly - quick to respond when I had an issue - this seems to be the time that seperates the "sales companies" from the " sales & SERVICE companies"!!!
Amazing Selection of Vintage Appliances. Amazingly beautiful old appliances. Restored and functioning. Its worth the extra $ to save you time and energy trying to buy on craigslist. Heck, you might end up here anyway trying to get your craigslist fridge working.
Appliance City is right in our neighborhood and we were happy support a local business and buy something used - essentially recycled - but I think now that we probably wasted our money.
The people at the store are very friendly, very helpful - our 'new' washer was delivered very shortly after we'd bought it and of course they took away the old one 'for free'.
But we'd bought a repaired washer only a few years old - spending about $150 - and it is now leaking oil INTO the laundry. A search online shows that it's probably a part that will be too expensive to make sense fix - and since the 60 day warranty from the store ran out about 4 months ago, we're back to square one.
I am disappointed that their 'repair' or 'service' to the used machine lasted such a short time. We'll be biting the bullet and buying a brand new machine, probably from a box box store this time (though it pains me to say so!)
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