Paul Ramey Appliance, Air Conditioning and Heating
Repair and Service in Atlanta
Paul Ramey appliance repair and service is a locally operating business
that specializes in all major appliance, air conditioning
and heating in Atlanta. We provide same day
service, 24 hours 7 days a week. We service all of Atlanta
and the surrounding areas. Our technicians
are professionally trained and experienced to provide 100 % satisfaction
guarantee on all kinds and models major appliances, air conditioners
and heating systems. Before we perform any repair we always
provide a written estimate, which must be approved by you before
we perform any work. Our low-price match policy is set up
to insure that you pay the lowest possible price for any repairs. And when we perform any service
all of our work is guaranteed for one year.
Call our toll free line 24/7 for a same day repair
For parts only: 800-370-9281
Please note that all purchased parts are shipped directly to you
We repair all appliance, heating and air conditioning brands:
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rest of the brands we work on
You can schedule your appointment by calling us at out toll free line:
email. Please include your name, phone number and the problem
that you are having. We will contact you within
the 60 minutes of receiving the email in order to schedule your repair appointment.
Our service areas
include all of Atlanta and the surrounding cities:
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Since attempting appliance repairs can be dangerous, in many instances work should only be undertaken by a qualified professional. And certainly the money you've saved by doing your own repairs will be of little benefit if a careless accident sends you to the emergency room. For this reason, let the professional who is familiar and experienced with technical safety work. Call Paul Ramey appliance repair 24/7 for professional assistance at the toll free number:
The following is a list of the most important factors for personal
safety. Our technicians are professionally trained to follow and
perform the following:
1 . Keep the work area clean. The floors and desk or table top in
your work area must be kept clean and free of any litter that might
cause someone to slip, trip, or stumble. Some litter, if metallic,
could even cause shock or a fire-generating spark if it hits "live"
electrical circuits. A buildup of dust and dirt can make the job
more difficult. It can also get into the appliance and create a
number of future problems. Have the proper work attitude. Don't clown around or engage in horseplay
while using tools or working with power-driven devices. Many painful
injuries are caused by the careless and thoughtless antics of a
would-be comedian. Do not talk to or distract anyone when they are
working with electrical devices or with potentially dangerous tools.
And don't let anyone do it to you. If your long lost brother walks
in while you're pulling out a heating element, stop what you're
doing and give him your full attention. Or ignore him and give the
appliance your full attention. You can't safely have it both ways.
2. Use the correct tool. Each tool has a particular function. Don't
at tempt to hammer with the handle of a screwdriver or use the point
of a knife to turn a screw. Slips in attempting to use the wrong
tool for a job are a major cause of cuts and bruises in workshops.
And do not use any of your tools if they are not in proper working
condition. Additionally, it is important to use the right size tool
for the job at hand. It might be tempting to remove a screw with
the closest screwdriver, regardless of blade size.
3. Dress properly. Wear full-length pants covering your legs. No
shorts, skirts, or clothes that have holes in them. A canvas lab
apron can be used to cover your clothing if you wish to protect
it, but it's best to work in old clothes that can be easily discarded
if accidentally torn or stained. The complete covering from pants
or a lab apron or overalls is to protect you from burns or shock
while soldering or using electric equipment. It is safer to wear rubber-soled shoes or to stand on a rubber pad
when working with electricity. Never go barefoot, stand on concrete,
or on the ground outside while working with anything electrical.
Also, never work with electricity in an area where water has spilled
on the floor or while standing on damp earth. Protect your eyes. It's a good idea to wear shatter-proof glasses
or safety goggles when soldering or working with motors that spin
at high speed. Specks of grit or metal or hot solder flicked into
an eye can permanently blind a worker.