Appliance Doctor of New Jersey, Inc., a New Jersey Corporation, is a leading provider of household major appliance repair services. Fore more than 47 years, we have served the area’s residents with complete and professional diagnostic and repair services on Washers, Dryers, Refrigerators, Freezers, Icemakers, Dishwashers, Ranges, Ovens, and Garbage Disposers. We can service your electric appliances as well as your gas appliances. Our service territory includes all towns in Mercer County, Burlington County, Camden County, Gloucester County, and Atlantic County. The fact that we are local to you means we can service you faster and more efficiently allowing you to get back to your busy schedule.
When you call for service, you can expect to be greeted by a knowledgeable member of our office staff who can answer all questions pertaining to our scheduling policies and procedures. They will capture all personal information necessary to provide you with the best possible service on your appliance. They will assist you in scheduling your service call for the day that best suits you.
Appliance Doctor of New Jersey, Inc. has the experience necessary to service all of your appliances. Old or new, simple or complex, you can count on us! We want to be your “Appliance Doctor”
Call Appliance Doctor Today Toll Free at 1-800-871-0699 to Schedule a Service Call.
- Family Owned For More Than 47 Years!
- Upfront Pricing – You Know the Cost Before We Begin Any Repairs.
- All Work 100% Guaranteed!
- Methods of Payments Accepted:
-Cash ; -Personal Checks; -Major Credit Cards;
For Fastest Service Call: 1-800-871-0699
Our industry has come a long way in less than 70 years! See any difference between a washer from the 1940’s and one from today? Today’s appliances are highly advanced, typically utilizing computer controllers with printed circuit boards. Today’s refrigerators use red laser optics to “visually” determine when it is time to make more ice. If your home has, say, low hot water pressure, today’s washers can actually temporarily shut down the cold water to allow the hot more time to enter so that your exact desired wash temperature is accomplished.