of our customers choose GE Appliances Factory Service for fast, reliable service at an affordable price.
Get your appliance repaired faster
If you're seeking out stove repair in Nevada, you likely want to get your appliance back up and running as soon as possible. Fortunately, your local GE Appliances Factory Service technician is ready to get your kitchen routine back on track. With extensive training, first-hand experience and a van full of Genuine GE Appliances Parts, our courteous professionals can repair practically any stove problem in a single visit.* This is why we're the company you can rely on when your most important appliances are in need of timely and effective service at competitive prices.
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We can get the job done right
At GE Appliances Factory Service, we don't just offer effective repairs. We also strive to provide courteous customer care, which involves calling you 30 minutes ahead of our arrival and offering a Prepaid Visa Card valued up to 15% on a GE Monogram Appliance purchase, up to $100 on a GE Cafe or GE Profile Appliance purchase, and $50 on a GE Artistry or GE Series Appliance purchase if it is determined that replacement is a better option than repair. On top of that, we offer reassurance through our best-in-the-business warranties — 5-Year Limited Part and 30-Day Limited Labor — so it's not hard to appreciate why residents in more than 300 U.S. cities rely on us for a job done right. Our mission is to keep your kitchen running like a well-oiled machine, so turn to GE Appliances Factory Service for stove repair in Nevada today.
Unmatched know-how and expertise:
- We take service to the next level with NewFi™ technology, which allows us to assess issues on newer appliances in a more efficient and accurate manner
- We only use Genuine GE Appliances Parts and can carry out repairs on any age or model of GE stove
- Our extensively trained technicians are also well-equipped to perform repairs on GE Hotpoint, GE Adora, GE Profile and GE café appliances