Vancouver Appliance Repair

Welcome to Priority Appliance Service – your Vancouver appliance repair specialists. We provide premium in and out of warranty service and repairs on high-end, sought after brands including: Asko, Brigade, Dacor, DCS, Fisher&Paykel, Gaggenau, KitchenAid, Marvel, Miele, Monogram, Perlick, Sub Zero, Thermador, U-Line, Ultraline, Viking  and  Wolf. Schedule a Service On Line or Call today – (604) 736-9897.

We also service Amana, Bosch, Cavavin, Electrolux, Frigidaire, GE, Inglis, Jenn-Air, Kelvinator, LG, Magic Chef, Maytag, Samsung, Whirlpool and Zephyr.

Our solid reputation for quality service and repair is built on our leading edge technical expertise and commitment to satisfying our customers throughout Greater Vancouver, which is composed of  West Vancouver, North Vancouver, Vancouver, Richmond, Delta, Tsawwassen, Ladner, White Rock, Surrey, Langley, Burnaby, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, New Westminster, Port Moody and everywhere in between.

Priority Appliance Service is built on 34 years experience in the appliance service industry, and has established an outstanding reputation for technical excellence and customer satisfaction. Priority Appliance Service is Vancouver’s premier high end appliance service and repair company. A consistent commitment to quality has made Priority the preferred service company of dealers and manufacturers who work closely with the city’s leading builders, architects and designers.

Call (604) 736-9897 Central Dispatch or Book Online.

 

Our Reviews On Google

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Priority Appliance

Priority Appliance Service
Reviewed from Google

4.7 out of 5 stars

Danielle Hendry
Danielle Hendry

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Great service. Great and explaining the problem and the solution. I highly recommend their services.

lonmore1
lonmore1

5 out of 5 stars

posted 9 months ago

Recently my Fisher and Paykel washing machine broke down. I called Priority Appliance and was able to see a technician the same day. Steve quickly diagnosed the problem and ordered the part. He repaired the unit and I would absolutely recommend him. I was treated fairly and professionally.

sd 8192
sd 8192

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

They keep our high end appliances going and going... We've used this company for years either repairing or installing the following:
Viking Fridge (14 yrs - they say we've got another 6-7 years left),
Viking Stove (14yrs - they say this stove can go on forever),
Miele dishwasher (replaced 6yrs ago after the old Bosche flooded our hardwood floor),
Bosche washer/dryer (fixed the old one for a few years, then we replaced 3yrs ago).
We've had great service from all the service people who came out (we've had three different ones). All the service people have been clean, courteous and have solved whatever the problem was. But I have to say Perry (who services the North Shore) constantly exceeds our expectations. He seems to genuinely love what he does and goes the extra mile.
Dale, who does the scheduling, is also great - when a repeat service appointment had to be made due to an emergency, he came through.
I am also aware that they have very low employee turnover - which I consider a testimony to a well run company that respects and values their employees - this comes through in the passionate service we have received from them.
I would not hesitate to recommend them to anyone and have done so often.

Lance Morginn
Lance Morginn

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 years ago

I have used Priority Appliance for over 10 years and have been thrilled with their professionalism and cleanliness when they are on site. They never show up un-prepared and perform their job efficiently and with a smile.

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