The management and staff at R.A.M. Appliances are ready to help you find your next home appliance, fix an existing one or provide parts for your do-it-yourself project. Photo by Lauri Meanley

3 reasons to find your next home appliance in Duncan

One-stop shop offers you GE sales, full service, a multitude of parts and more!

You’ve enjoyed your General Electric appliances for years, but you’re getting to the point where replacing them with a new model sounds like a great idea.

Technology improvements have created even more user-friendly options in fridges, ranges, dishwashers and other GE products. Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to see and test out many different models, all in one place?

In the Cowichan Valley, you can find a wide selection and knowledgeable staff to guide you through the process at family-owned and operated R.A.M. Appliance Service in Duncan.

“Being part of the GE family, it gives us competitive pricing and better knowledge of the product,” says manager Charlie Erickson. “We know how GE appliances are built, which gives you confidence that you’re making the right choice.”

Here’s some other reasons to check out R.A.M. Appliances:

  1. The benefits continue One of the most important things when you’re purchasing appliances is knowing you’ll receive prompt, reliable after-sales service. With R.A.M. servicing what they sell, you’re in good hands even after you have your appliance installed in your home.
  2. Fast local service As a GE dealer, R.A.M. is backed by a comprehensive local service package, for repairs or warranty work. But they’re also an authorized warranty dealer for GE, Hotpoint, Miele, Moffat, Haier, Fisher & Paykel and Frigidaire, Bluestar, Blomberg, Viking and Sub Zero/Wolf.
  3. Do-it-yourselfers rejoice Their large in-house parts department stocks many of those pieces you’re looking to replace, no matter what the brand or model. Just bring your model/serial number in, and they’ll take care of you, providing manufacturer-approved parts!

Decades of experience in Duncan

It’s been more than 40 years since company founder Dick Masur opened the doors, and now his sons Greg, Richard and Sam are overseeing things. They are continuing the tradition of servicing what they sell, making it easier for you to find everything in one place.

Flyer pricing can save you money!

If you’re wondering about the possibilities of special pricing on your next GE appliance, keep an eye out for the national GE flyer due to arrive soon in your mail. Bring it in to the shop to find the model you’re interested in.

You’re welcome to drop by anytime, R.A.M. is conveniently located just off Highway 1 on Whistler Street.

 

The busy parts desk staff at R.A.M. Appliances work with you to help solve your do-it-yourself repair jobs. Photo by Lauri Meanley

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