03 Jun Viking Repair: Guaranteed Quality Service
Sub-Zero Viking Repair has been serving the greater Seattle area for over a decade. We provide top-class refrigerator repair service with 3 months labor and 3 months cost warranty for Vikings appliances. Our refrigerator technicians provide professional in-home service, and flexible same day scheduling guaranteed! As your friend in your appliance’s repair, we promise to dissipate your worries with an easy click.
Manufacturer Approved Parts Only.
We cover our parts with a 3-month replacement warranty and guaranteed to perform better and last longer. Our warehouse is stocked with high-quality parts for all brands and models of refrigerators, new and old, so we don’t need to order parts in for, say, a Viking RVRF3361SS refrigerator last minute. We even stock certain parts on the truck, so that we can fix your refrigerator right there and then.
Guaranteed white glove Viking repair.
As part of Sub-Zero Viking Repair’s mission to provide customer care befitting the Viking appliances we repair, we strive to arrive when scheduled so our customers don’t have to deal with frustrating 5-6 business day wait times as required by other service companies. Equipped with booties, pads, and soft tool bags, we always treat your beautiful home with care, cleaning up afterward to leave your house or business as clean as it was. At the same time, our refrigerator repair technicians are trained to be friendly and communicative, so you always know what’s going on with your appliance repair.
Extensive training from Viking manufacturers.
As a company, the most important thing to us is your satisfaction. That is why we regularly attend/organize trainings with appliance manufacturers and Viking repair organizations. Our technicians are so familiar with Viking refrigerators appliances, we can often diagnose a problem even before leaving our warehouse. We try our best to solve each issue ASAP. We have the right part for each job. Sub-Zero Viking Repair has factory certified technicians with studies in both mechanisms and electrical circuiting.