Maytag Appliance Repair
Dallas, Plano Texas and surrounding area.
Maytag Appliance Repair Dallas, Plano Texas and surrounding area. On-Time Appliance is your local, same day Maytag Appliance Repair service company that has been in business since 2004. We service Dallas and Plano area on a daily basis with local servicemen that are highly trained with many years of experience in Maytag Appliance Repair
We are customer friendly and invite you to call with any questions about any product operation. If we can assist you in any way before having to come out to you we will be glad to. Once you have experienced our professionalism and fine service you will put us in your book as your #1 choice for repairs. We have a very high repeat satisfied customer base and are highly recommended. Your satisfaction is guaranteed. We will go the extra mile!
Maytag Appliance Repair Dallas, Plano Texas and surrounding area.
On-Time Maytag appliance repair service is your solution for immediate professional help if you experiencing problems with your Maytag appliances. We provide same-day repair service, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We are the only Maytag appliance repair company in Dallas with a low price guarantee that you pay the lowest possible cost for any Maytag appliance repair. In addition, we always provide a written estimate, which needs to be authorized and approved by you before we perform any work. Our experienced and licensed technicians are professionally trained for Maytag appliance repair. Despite the price of gas, our Maytag appliance repair service call is always free with the repair and we don’t charge extra for repairs done on the weekends. If you need assistance with your Maytag Appliance Repair Dallas, Plano Texas and surrounding area.
Monday – Friday: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm | Saturday: 8:00 am to 12:00 pm
Call us Today! 214-916-0337
709 Lingco Dr #103
Richardson, Tx 75081
Maytag Corporation was a $4.7 billion home and commercial appliance company, headquartered in Newton, Iowa from 1893 to 2006, and now part of the Whirlpool Corporation.
The Maytag Washing Machine Company was founded in 1893 by businessman Frederick Maytag. In 1925, the Maytag Washing Machine Company became Maytag, Inc. During the Great Depression of the 1930s, the company was one of the few to actually make a profit in successive years. In 1938, Maytag provoked strikes by the company’s workers because of a 10% pay cut.The company was able to beat the strike because of the intervention of four troops (companies), including a machine gun company, of the 113th Cavalry Regiment, Iowa National Guard.At his father’s death in 1940, Fred Maytag II, grandson of the founder, took over the presidency. During World War II, the company participated in war production by making special components for military equipment. In 1946, production of washing machines was resumed; in 1949, the first automatic washers were produced in a new purpose-built plant. In 1946, Maytag began marketing a separate line of ranges and refrigerators made by other companies under the Maytag name. During the Korean War, the company again produced parts for military equipment, although washing-machine production continued.
During the 1950s, the ‘white goods,’ or laundry appliance industry grew rapidly. Maytag first entered the commercial laundry field at this time, manufacturing washers and dryers for commercial self-service laundries and commercial operators. In response, other full-line appliance producers began to compete with Maytag in the white-goods consumer market. These included ‘full-line’ manufacturers such as General Electric, Whirlpool, and Frigidaire, who built not only washing machines and dryers, but also refrigerators, stoves, and other appliances. Since Maytag was much smaller than the full-line producers, the company decided to limit itself to the manufacture of washers and dryers, alongside ovens and refrigerators built by other companies, as a niche-market, premium-brand manufacturer. The company capitalized on its reputation by renaming its corporate address in Newton, Iowa, “One Dependability Square.”