Morris County Appliance Repair Company Bosch Service Partner Award Announced

Rockaway, New Jersey, based company Morris County Appliance Repair has been voted the 2018 Service Partner of the Year for Bosch, Thermador, and Gaggenau appliance products after obtaining the highest score among all service partners in the Northeast region.

Rockaway, United States - June 12, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Morris County Appliance Repair, a Rockaway, New Jersey, based company specializing in major household appliances, announced it has obtained the highest score among all of their service partners in the Northeast region. The company is the 2018 Bosch, Thermador and Gaggenau service partner of the year winner for the Northeast Region due to its exceptional professionalism and outstanding service.

More information can be found at http://www.morriscountyappliancerepairs.com.

Each year, Bosch, Thermador, and Gaggenau evaluate their authorized service partners and overall customer satisfaction and a number of other factors that determine the quality of their service.

Voted as the 2018 Service Partner of the Year for Bosch, Thermador, and Gaggenau appliance products, Morris County Appliance Repair obtained the highest score for the impressive quality of their work.

Morris County Appliance Repair has extensive experience providing oven repair, refrigerator repair, and dishwasher repair services to homeowners in Rockaway, Chatham, Hopatcong, Kinnelon, Montville, Morristown, Mountain Lakes, Parsippany-Troy Hills, Randolph, Summit, and other local communities.

The company provides fast, efficient and friendly service to maximize customer satisfaction. The technicians are highly qualified and experienced with every brand of household appliances.

From the heating element that needs to be replaced in the dryer to the broken ice maker in the refrigerator, the appliance repair professionals are equipped to handle problems of all sizes.

The team pride themselves on their thorough, detail-oriented approach to everything they do, and they keep their rates reasonable to better serve their customers.

A satisfied client said: “These guys were great in providing me with same day service for my refrigerator repair. They saved the day as I had guests coming and could not be without a refrigerator! They fit me in their schedule, they had the part with them, and they completed the repair in less than 20 minutes. I would definitely use them again.”

Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website or calling +1-973-664-1006.

Contact Info:
Name: Julio Acevedo
Email: Send Email
Organization: Morris County Appliance Repair
Address: 337 Route 46, Rockaway, New Jersey 07866, United States
Phone: +1-973-664-1006
Website: http://www.morriscountyappliancerepairs.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 522884

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