NOTE: I am turning to Sears Home Appliances and Services to help me through the appliance process, and they are sponsoring this post.
Before leaving for Europe two weeks ago, I found a puddle on the kitchen floor near the refrigerator. I cleaned it up, checked the freezer for anything that looked or sounded wrong, emptied the ice maker and turned it off (just in case). All looked well…
Once again I walked in the kitchen and there it was…in the very same spot.
I’ve got WAY too much to do
- Company coming – TODAY
- Thanksgiving on Thursday
- The house is a mess (was away for 9 days & left Mr. S & Clem to their own devices)
- I still have boxes to unpack
I know I should go appliance shopping
But, this week is Thanksgiving and I have absolutely NO TIME. I’ll just get it repaired, and buy a service plan so that it doesn’t happen again. I honestly have no idea how old the appliances are (I’ve only been in the house about 2 months), and I DO plan on purchasing new ones eventually. I know that Sears Home Appliances and Services not only repairs their own brand, but almost ALL brands of appliances as well.
I’m purchasing a bundled maintenance package for $199. It doesn’t matter WHERE you purchased your appliances. Sears Home Appliances and Services maintenance plan provides me with an in-home technician when I need one.…LIKE NOW, because Sears is the House Experts for Homeowners.
Bundled Maintenance Provides
- Repairs to your broken appliances (or those that aren’t working properly)
- Annual preventative service check (to keep your appliances in great condition)
- Replacement guarantee (if they can’t fix it…they’ll replace it)
- A company that’s #1 in home services, parts and protection agreements
- Reimbursement for any food that was lost or spoiled
- 50 years of experience (they install 4 million parts a year & have installed 4.5 million appliances)
- Peace of mind
I feel a LOT better about getting that rib roast (Mr. S doesn’t like turkey) and all of the fixin’s on the table and knowing that I’ll be able to cook, chill and reheat with no issues.
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Sears Home Appliances and Services.