Welcome to All Brands Appliance Repair of Boise, Meridian, Nampa, and the Treasure Valley, where we have built our reputation for excellent service and quality workmanship! We handle gas and electrical appliance repair service in a timely and cost effective manner. All types of major household appliances are covered, including: dishwashers, refrigerators, washers and dryers, ovens, ranges, and even garbage disposals.
If you need immediate repair, you can rely on our expert technicians to fix your appliances and you save you time and money. CALL NOW to see for yourself why our customers call us the best of Boise for Appliance Repair, Parts and Service since 1992! All Brands Appliance is here to take care of you and get your issues solved with quality workmanship in a timely, efficient manner using only the best retail parts and supplies available.
Providing competitive prices for you at your home or office, All Brands Appliance will deliver hassle-free repairs. We’re locally and family owned, Licenced, Bonded and Insured. With more than 19 years of experience. Boise's Appliance Repair Company Do-it-yourselfers love our expert technicians, and competitevly priced appliance parts. Often times we're discussing noises, describing what it looks like under the hood, and a variety of repair scenarios.
We're alwasy up for the challenge, and enjoy helping our customers get their appliances up and running again. We also offer a full line of used appliances, for those in need. Come check out our showroom. We look forward earning your appliance repair business, and yes, we are a good as they say!See Also: Number Talks First Grade
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Disposal of Appliances That Use Refrigerants. Refrigerant containing appliances such as refrigerators, freezers, water coolers and air conditioners that are no longer needed are often brought to Boise County transfer stations. Starting in January 2018, when a resident brings an appliance to a Boise County transfer station you will be required fill out a Refrigerant Recovery Statement. Transfer station attendants will provide the form for you or you can print a form from the Boise County Web Site at www.
boisecounty.us/Waste_Management.aspx. The charge for these appliances remains at $20.00 as set by Boise County resolution 2017-14. Section 608 of the Clean Air Act prohibits the knowing release of refrigerant during the maintenance, service, repair, or disposal of air-conditioning and refrigeration equipment. The Act also requires proper refrigerant management practices by appliance disposal facilities.
The information you will need to provide is you name, address and phone number along with the make, model and serial number if known, of the appliance you are disposing of. If a technician has recovered the refrigerant from your appliance prior to disposal at a Boise County facility, you will also need to provide the name, address and phone number of the technician and the date the refrigerant was recovered.
If you have any questions please call the Boise County Solid Waste office at 208-793-2447. Also remember to clean out and remove doors from refrigerators and freezers before coming to the transfer station to save time. ********************************** Lucky Peak - Spring Shores Dock Improvement Project Southern Idaho Sailing Outreach (SISO) is assisting Ada County Parks and Waterways in applying for a dock improvement grant at Spring Shores Marina, Lucky Peak State Park.
The grant is funded by the Waterways Improvement Fund (WIF), administered by Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation. If successful, the grant will complete the purchase and installation of low profile docks to be used by small non-motorized watercraft at Lucky Peak.Last year, SISO assisted Ada County Parks and Waterways in applying for Phase 1 of the project. The grant application was successful and, as of November 2017, 27 of the planned 51 docks had been procured and delivered for installation in spring of 2018.
Associated with the dock procurement is development of a hand launched non-motorized boat launch. The current grant application, if successful, will finish the project by procuring and installing the remaining 24 docks.Completion of the Spring Shores dock and ramp project will significantly improve non-motorized water craft opportunities at Lucky Peak Reservoir - an underserved recreation component at Spring Shores Marina.
It will also pave the way for future small boat sailing classes in partnership with the City of Boise Department of Parks and Recreation.For more information, please visit the SISO website at www.sailingoutreach.org. See the "Projects" tabComments should be directed to Scott Koberg, Director, Ada County Parks and Waterways:email@example.com Information: DMV has been moved to the Sheriff's Office, located at 3851 Hwy 21 in Idaho City.
Please contact 392-6059 with any question.Proposed Amended ULO Ordinance Veteran's Day Article-Man's Best Friend Burn permits required through October 20th. Idahoans must obtain a burn permit from the Idaho Department of Lands (IDL) before starting certain debris burning activities. The permits can be obtained at http://www.burnpermits.idaho.gov/ or in person at IDL offices statewide. Pioneer Fire Flood Information APPROVED FY2017 EBCAD BUDGET Boise Street bridge in Horseshoe Bend is closed indefinately for evaluation.
ORDINANCE 2004-02 AMENDMENT Boise National Forest Now Accepting Idaho Parks and Recreation Grant Proposal Public Comments for Snowmobile Area 8B Garden Valley Trail Signage project click here VETERANS TRANSPORTATION INFO (click here) EBCA ADVISORY BOARD MEETING - Meetings are the first Thursday of each month at the EBCAD building, 204 Commercial Street, Idaho City. The next meeting will be Thursday, December 7th at 6:00 p.
m.. LEPC MEETING - Public meetings of the Local Emergency Planning Committee are held monthly to coordinate emergency response planning and activities throughout Boise County. The next meeting will be on Tuesday, March 20th , at the Idaho City Sheriff's Office. Meeting begins at 6:00 p.m. ALL JURORS MUST CALL 392-6657 AFTER 5PM THE EVENING BEFORE JURY DUTY FOR THE MOST CURRENT JURY STATUS.