According to news releases released by Honest Appliance Repair Inc. and appliance technician Sam Nicholas, this pancake-shaped company now serves Brampton, Niagara, Oshawa, Ajax, Oakville, Milton, Burlington, Whitby, and Pickering. This Toronto-based company has grown significantly over the years and currently has three branches: one in Kitchener (opening in spring); one in East York (formerly Pizza Hut) for the affluent; and one in Etobicoke. It’s the third largest appliance distributor in Ontario, after appliance manufacturers Whole Foods and Toronto appliance maker Cold Brands. Its goal is to provide high-quality customer service, competitive pricing, and installation services to the home improvement industry.
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The company boasts that it has trained more than two thousand employees and continues to employ new technicians as they obtain certification and experience in the industry. It is also proud to partner with other companies, including leading brands, to enhance the efficiency of their customers’ repairs and to improve the quality of their products. Honest Appliance Repair’s goal is to provide customers “a complete satisfaction experience with fast, efficient repairs.” The company boasts that it strives to go above and beyond for its customers: “To ensure the satisfaction of our customers, we’ve taken every measure to assure that our technicians are fully qualified and have the tools and knowledge necessary to effectively handle any appliance repair situation that may arise.”
To meet this goal, Honest Appliance Repair has certified more than two hundred technicians, including twenty-five part technicians and twenty-five technical trainers. Certified technicians have gone through a detailed training program provided by the National Air Conditioning Contractors Association or the North American Insulation Manufacturers Association or the Northwest refrigeration appliance and heat pump manufacturers association. Over two hundred technicians work under the direction of a company president, a technician manager, and a marketing director. In addition, a technician supervisor and marketing director oversee specific appliances repair sites. In order to be a technician certified through the Appliance Repair Certification Program, a technician must successfully pass an eleven-hour examination administered by the Northwest Association of Certified Therapists and an eleven-hour written exam.