Springfield Appliance Repair

Providing emergency and same-day appliance repair to Springfield 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 Springfield

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

Call now (413) 777-0205

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 Springfield

Springfield is the third-largest city in Massachusetts and the seat of Hampden County. The city has several nicknames including “The City of Firsts,” “The City of Homes,” and “Hoop City,” after the inventor of basketball James Naismith.

Springfield is made up of 17 distinct neighborhoods such as the McKnight Historic District, which is noted for its Victorian architecture.

Springfield has a diversified economy and is home to gun maker Smith & Wesson, MassMutual Financial Group, and is also headquarters of the professional American Hockey League. Springfield is also home to several colleges including Springfield College; Western New England University; American International College; and Springfield Technical Community College.

Visitors and locals alike can enjoy many annual festivals and events including Hoop City Jazz Festival, The Parade of Big Balloons and the Basketball Hall of Fame Enshrinement Weekend to name a few.

The city is also rich in museums, culture and the arts. The Museum of Fine Arts features a large Impressionist collection. The city also has a planetarium, two history museums and a museum dedicated to the doomed ocean liner Titanic.

Appliance Repair Tip

If you dryer is turning off before your laundry is dry, try cleaning your dryer’s moisture sensor with a little rubbing alcohol. Dryer sheets can coat this sensor, making it more difficult for the sensor to detect when your laundry is dry.

Dryer Moisture Sensor