Longmeadow Appliance Repair

Providing emergency and same-day Longmeadow appliance repair for over 30 years, Wilbraham Appliance Service can fix your broken appliance fast. Our highly-trained and experienced technicians can provide you with emergency appliance repairs, seven days a week. We service all makes and models of appliances.

We offer the following Appliance Repair Services for Longmeadow

  • Clothes Dryers  – Gas & Electric
  • Washers – Front & Top Loading
  • Stoves, Ranges & Ovens  – Gas & Electric
  • Refrigerators & Freezers
  • Dishwashers

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We are here to assist you with your appliance repair needs, whether you need an immediate repair, or just a part for your appliance, we can help!

About Longmeadow

Longmeadow is a charming historic town in Hampden County, Massachusetts. First settled in 1646, tourists are drawn to its postcard-perfect town green surrounded by historic New England-style homes and church. Many of the houses in this part of town feature a red, blue, or green star, signifying that the building is a historical site. The different colors represent different time periods, going back over 100 years.

Every May, the town holds an annual fair event called “Long Meddowe Days” which celebrates the town’s history. The two-day festival features music, arts and crafts and historical tours of colonial homes, along with historical reenactments.

The town also features a well-preserved and kept cemetery at First Church known as the Olde Burying Yard. Its gravestones offer descriptive details of the lives of the people laid-to-rest there with some dating back to the mid-late 1600s.

The town also features a popular shopping plaza in the 600 to 800 block of Bliss Road, called the Longmeadow Shops. The plaza contains many popular chain stores, as well as locally-owned shops and boutiques. In 2016, the plaza is set to undergo an expansion and see the addition of new stores.

Appliance Repair Tip
Easy Oven Cleaning Tip: Clean your oven by placing a bowl of non-sudsy ammonia on a cookie sheet and leaving it in a cold oven overnight. The fumes from the ammonia will help soften up any baked-on gunk or spills. Be sure to open a window and step back while opening your oven door to avoid the fumes from the ammonia. Use a non-abrasive damp sponge to clean the inside of your oven.

Open oven door with soapy sponge