New appliances $350 to $8,000 on average. The broad range depends on the type of appliance, such as a refrigerators on the high-end to dryers on the low-end. We include cost breakouts for each below.
Local Garbage Disposal Installation Reviews
American Appliance Repair Inc.
The work was done with great competence and professionally. The technician performed the task in time, carefully, and left the area clean. I am very satisfied. If need be, I will call him again.
- Joao D.
Appliance Distributors Unlimited provided all of the appliances for a kitchen remodel. We met with Tim and described what we were looking for in new appliances. He helped us pick everything so all the appliances would be coordinated. He also recommended a microwave that could be used as a convection oven, something we had never heard of, and we absolutely love it. He also made sure we had the exact range I wanted, the model was changing and Tim made sure I got the one with the features that were important to me. There were some issues with the refrigerator and Appliance Distributors Unlimited replaced the unit without question. Their prices are very competitive and the service is wonderful, made choosing appliances for a new kitchen very easy.
- Darcy H.
Bray & Scarff
Very reliable company. The salesman was very knowledgeable and friendly. They were able to answer all my questions. They delivered at the appointed time. It was up and running when they left.
- Grace E.
Apache Appliance Inc.
Went very smoothly. Helpful in selling new product, with no pressure to buy one more expensive than I wanted. They have all their machines listed and described on their website, making it simple to buy a new one without leaving my desk! Provided services quickly, and were right on time for delivery/installation. After installation, stayed to test out new machine and verify that everything was in good working order. The deliverers/installers didn't have the greatest interpersonal skills, and their hygiene left something to be desired, but they performed their job just as they should have, and while not real communicative, they were also not rude. I love it when a nuisance like a broken old washing machine can be taken care of with so little effort and inconvenience.
- Cynthia J.
The Home Depot
It went very well. I did the installation myself, but they brought all the appliances here and took the old appliances away. Actually, we had to move the old refrigerator to the basement and take one out of the basement away. They did a very professional job, did everything that I asked, and they came when they said they were going to come. I am very happy with what they did. Their prices may not be as good as I could have found, but I did have great prior experiences with Home Depot and they will stand behind what they do. I have had experiences with other places, in the past, and they don't always do what they say they are going to do, or do it at the right time, or want to charge extra for things. I would rather just arrange for it, know how much it is going to cost, and get it done professionally. Home Depot doesn't haggle. They have a price, you pay the sale price, whatever that may be, and that's it.
- Norman B.
Bray & Scarff
The contract for installation of the wet bar for the loft space was signed in late August 2013. The designer was initially very responsive to the specifications and meeting exactly what was wanted. Originally, we were told that the installation should only take a few days and that it would be completed well before the contract date. Initial installation was scheduled for the end of October and the cabinets were delivered on the promised date but then nothing further happened. Instead of completing the project once it had begun, installation dragged out over weeks and was done in fits-and-starts. Although the subcontractor was helpful and clearly operating at a disadvantage, communication from Bray and Scarff has been almost non-existent. Calls and e-mails have frequently been unanswered and customer service staff have been borderline rude. Internal communication at the company on the status of the installation is clearly non-existent. Promised delivery for the final appliance, a 1000-watt microwave, has been repeatedly delayed (when the contract was signed, a minimum 1000-watt microwave was a critical component of the order). It turns out that the designer miscalculated on the cabinet and hinges where the microwave goes and so the microwave does not fit. Despite several attempts to reach the company for a resolution, there has been no response. We've expressed willingness to consider options but still no response. Now, more than five weeks past the contract completion promised, we are still waiting. Beyond that, during installation holes had to be cut in drywall to run electrical cables. We were assured the walls would be repaired so the holes would never be noticeable. Although the drywaller did a good job patching the holes, several walls will have to be painted. In addition, the wall above the counter was marked up by the subcontractor and that will have to be painted. Several doorframes and molding damaged during installation also will have to be repaired and painted. Lack of communication from the company demonstrates their poor customer service. Perhaps the most unfortunate element beyond the frustration is that an extended warranty was purchased for the refrigerator which means that once the microwave is delivered, we still have to maintain a relationship with the company. Highly regrettable.
- Robert R.
We were very pleased with the price and service they provided. In particular, we liked the fact that they have in-house installers, not sub-contractors. The installers came before installation to take detailed measurements of the cabinetry. They informed us that the openings for the dishwasher and built-in microwave/oven combo had to be enlarged. Since we live in a townhouse, they took detailed measurements of the stair clearances. They determined that the full-depth french door refrigerator we were planning on purchasing would not fit through the stairway. This information saved us the hassle of having to return appliances that would not fit in our townhouse. We ended up purchasing a counter-depth french door refrigerator, which fit through the stairwell. During the installation, the installers made some minor dents in the stairwell drywall trying to get the refrigerator up to the second floor kitchen. They photographed the damage and later sent one of their crew to patch and paint the dents. Now that is what I call service! They were punctual, professional, and returned all of my phone calls. I highly recommend this company.
- Elizabeth W.
Alco Appliance Inc
I HAVE BEEN DEALING WITH ALCO FOR MANY YEARS AND HAVE BEEN SATISFIED ENOUGH TO DEAL WITH THEM EXCLUSIVELY FOR ALL OF MY LARGE APPLIANCE REPAIRS. THEY ARE RELIABLE AND PROFESSIONAL. THEY ARE WITHIN THE MARKET RANGE FOR PRICES AND I BELIEVE THAT YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR WITH THEM. ON MANY OCCASIONS, THE OWNER PERFORMS THE SERVICES PERSONALLY. THEY ARE ENVIRONMENTALLY CONSCIOUS AND RECYCLE OLD APPLIANCES WHEN THEY ARE REMOVED FOR DISPOSAL. I LIKE THIS COMPANY AND HIGHLY RECOMMEND THEM.
- Joan M.
I had been waiting for the refrigerator to come off the production line from the manufacturer for quite some time. This was the replacement upgraded model that Consumer Reports considered a best buy in one of its 2010 magazines. When I was finally ready, it just turned out to be around Thanksgiving and the sales price had been reduced on Black Friday. They took the oder over the phone and committed to delivery within 2 weeks. Sure enough, they called and told me it was in and we arranged delivery for a week later. They called the morning of delivery and told me a two hour window that they would be delivering the refrigerator. As agreed, they took away the old refrigerator, brought in the new one and within the hour, all was working and operable. I was very pleased with their service and recommend them highly.
- Mark G.
Everything went great on Raciel's end. We had troubles retrofitting some old bathroom plumbing, but he worked with me to figure a solution and left everything looking wonderful. Any problems were on our and our general contractors end, and he made multiple trips to get everything installed and in good working order. Raciel and Eileen are an absolute joy to work with - super nice, professional, and knowledgeable.
- Leslie G.
DMV Kitchen & Bath Inc
An excellent experience! Oscar (designer), Javier (project manager), and ALL of the people on site doing the work were amazing. I had been considering getting my horrible early 1960's kitchen remodeled for quite awhile, and had gotten a couple of other estimates and designs. But nothing really clicked - until I got in touch with DMV (thank you, Angie's List!). Oscar came out and made preliminary measurements, and we discussed what I was hoping to do. Subsequently, he sent a proposal very promptly. The price was competitive and I was pleased with the proposed design. So, I went to the showroom to look at the material choices available. I hadn't planned to sign a contract just yet -- but after seeing the materials available at my price point, and looking at the drawings and talking with Oscar a bit more, I had a gut feeling that I had found "my" contractor for this job. I didn't need to look any further. Here I should emphasize that there was absolutely NO pressure from DMV to sign up; I simply felt that this company was the right choice for my project and, having found them, I was ready to get started. Oscar provided valuable, skilled guidance in choosing materials. Javier's staff did excellent work in making the entire design a reality. From initial consultation and design, to the demolition process, through rebuilding the kitchen - everything exceeded my initial expectations. This is a talented team!! Of special note: DMV's customer service is one of the best I've ever encountered anywhere. Each person associated with this kitchen renovation conveyed an attitude of sincerely caring about the project and truly wanting the customer to be happy. There was one minor communication glitch in the entire project, and it had absolutely NO impact on the results, or on my feeling about the service and the project. A few things really stand out for me as I reflect on the whole experience: 1) when the demo process started, I pointed out where the DSL line was attached to part of the old cabinetry and requested that they try to work around it as I am dependent on DSL for internet connection. I fully expected at least some disruption, but to my amazement, during the demo and rebuild process they were able to keep me connected 100 percent of the time. And they detached/reattached the line onto the wall rather than attached to my lovely new cabinets. This took extra time and thought and concern for customer satisfaction, and is just one example of it. 2) early in the project, and through absolutely NO fault of DMV, the main water cutoff started leaking. Javier looked at it and quickly made a temporary repair to it and said he'd have someone replace the whole cutoff at some point. I said, oh don't worry about it and that I would get a plumber out later on......But, true to his word, by the end of the project the unit had been replaced!! Again, over and above what was required. 3) there were different crews on different days, depending on the phase, and every single person was cheerful, amazingly hard working, and good at what they did. And I appreciated that each day's team worked together really well, even when it was getting late in the day and they must have been getting tired. So, based on my experience, I wholeheartedly recommend DMV Kitchen and Bath. I will definitely be having them out to bid on further projects!!
- Deborah K.
Air Express Appliances
In a nutshell, PROPERTY DESTRUCTION/NEGLIGENCE/ LOSS OF (my) PROPERTY/ AND COMPLETE AND TOTAL REFUSAL TO ACKNOWLEDGE OR RESPOND...! Overall my experience with Air Express was extremely poor. The only acceptable work accomplished was the initial repair of the original washing machine ($300-something). When delivery day arrived for the new washer/dryer unit, the whole experience was a disaster: The appliance techs damaged a 125-year-old brick archway inside the house (which was in 100% intact, pristine condition), and the estimator did not properly plan for the electrical connections (had to use EXTENSION CORD!?!) To top it all off, the appliance installersSI PLACED THE ORIGINAL stackable NEWLY-REPAIRED washer/dryer unit ON THE SI DEWALK in front of my house, INSTEAD OF TRANSFERRING IT to the other location INSIDE THE HOUSE that I had requested. I live on a very busy street, and the just-repaired WASHING MACHINE was immediately stolen off the curb. When I asked what happened to the original washing machine, the appliance techs were dumbfounded. They called their supervisor, who AFFIRMED that the older washer/dryer units were to be moved elsewhere in my house. However when I spoke to the supervisor myself, he immediately went on the offensive and blamed me, asking "Why didn't you stop them from disposing of the old unit?" (I explained that I was working at home that day and trusted that the work would be done as we had contracted). When the supervisor (named Angel, I think?) later visited my house, he (!) promised replacement of the stolen washer with a reconditioned, reasonably similar unit, and (2) when I asked him to put this in writing, he did. However, since that very day I have not heard one word from the company, despite my many attempts to arrange for them to uphold their promise. As a matter of fact, I last emailed the company 3 days ago, and have again not heard a word from them. Unless you have unlimited funds, and having your home damaged by installers would not bother you, STAY CLEAR OF THIS COMPANY! Angel
- Mark D.
DMV Kitchen & Bath Inc
Hired DMV to completely rebuild a kitchen and small bathroom. Work that was scheduled to take 2 months took over 4 months. We asked to speak to the company owner (Victor) and he never called us after repeated attempts to speak with him. The kitchen was a complete tear down to the floor boards and bare walls. Updates included with new ceramic floor tile, cabinets and Silestone countertops. We also paid them to install a new dishwasher, new microwave, and rework the gas line for an existing GE Profile gas double oven stove. The bathroom also required a tear down to install a new ceramic tile shower and bathroom floor tile. It was a battle to get them to do what we wanted but they finally completed the task two weeks late. Kitchen ? we fired two crews from the project. We had trouble communicating with most of their people because have very poor language skills. DMV was supposed to conduct an asbestos test to determine if the existing kitchen flooring contained asbestos before it was removed. They told us about 10 days after we signed the contract the old vinyl floor had asbestos. We asked for the lab results and received nothing so we paid $110 to have our own conducted by EMSL Analytical in Beltsville. Our suspicions we correct, the floor did not have asbestos but the glue used to secure the floor to the subfloor did. So DMV did not do testing and had to repay us for the test. DMV finally told us they used a test kit purchased from a home improvement store to conduct a mold test! We finally fired their company at the end of the project when the dishwasher they were paid to install came loose from under the counter. They broke the oven door handle when they picked up the stove by the door during the reinstall. We caught DMV doing so many things incorrectly that we almost called the state EPA after they dumped mortar and cement in our yard twice without asking (we made them clean it up). We saw them using tools incorrectly and none of them wore ear protection. DMV?s cabinet installer used a Sonic straight edge cutting tool to cut a hole in the cabinet above the microwave rather than obtaining a hole saw or jig saw to do the job. One of the managers had to come by and rework the inside of the cabinet with facing to cover the mess. DMV lost our cabinet order and then tried to give us a kitchen corner cabinet we did not order and told us the manufacturer did not make a lazy Susan for size corner cabinet we ordered. We called the manufacturer who told us just the opposite. So we told DMV what the manufacturer said and that they had to order a new cabinet, remove the old one, remove the Silestone countertop (it was a one piece 112? long slab and took two installers to lift) and install the correct corner cabinet and then reinstall the Silestone. DMV?s ?master electrician? did sloppy work and I had to show him where to run wiring. They threw out an almost brand new Waste King kitchen disposal ? which we forced them to replace. They dented the entry door facing for a custom Provia entry door. We held back $300 to have it replaced. In all we held back $2,000 due to the poor work. At best they were disorganized and unprofessional.
- Douglas D.
Sears Auto Ctr
Needless to say it did go well. The delivery persons were here less then 17 minutes (would only speak to my wife in Spanish), refused to take off the fridge's doors so that the fridge could be placed in the kitchen - they didn't have time apparently. They nice took off the lower freezer drawer and informed my wife that I could do it when I got home. Since the fridge is not in the kitchen the installers who arrived the following day were unable to attach the water hookup. Friday (3/28) evening we contacted Sears and tried to no avail to have Sears dispatch another delivery team that evening or in the morning the next day who could w/o voiding the warranty take the doors off. When I requested to speak to a supervisor, the CSR informed me that she was the case managers. This CSR did offer my 10% off our next purchase with Sears. Later, she able passed me to a supervisor. I was finally able to be transferred to a supervisor who did open a case number. The supervisor did try to reach out to Quality Kitchens (the installer) and left a voice mail due to the lateness of the evening. On Saturday (3/29) after Quality Kitchens informed while on site there was nothing they could do. They also noted that Sears is supposed to remove and reattach the doors to these types of fridges - they see it done all the time. I again called Sears at Democracy Mall and was transferred to their Large Appliances number. Another CSR by the name of Emy (sp) was unable to to help, and tentatively scheduled someone to come over on Monday to take off/reinstall the doors so that Quality Kitchens then can come back at an unknown time to hook up the fridge. Also during the conversation Emy suggested that we purchase a smaller fridge for she believed the doors could not come off. If this was the case, over 80% of the homes in America could not have Sears Kenmore fridges. Average interior door in a home is a 2'8' (32 inches) and with the doors and handles the fridge is almost 36 inches wide. I informed Emy I did not concur with her suggestion and pointed that fact out. So right now we have to loose 3-4 days of work (that equals more then the cost of the fridge and install), unable to move about the house for where they left the fridge, and worse the wife and two god children living with us now have go out to eat or dispose any food not eaten for there is no fridge in the kitchen. I also have photos on where they just left the fridge in the middle of the hallway blocking access and other parts scattered throughout the entryway, etc. My luck, parts are missing due to the shoddy work by the Sears delivery team.
- Douglas H.
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