Dishwashing Bookcase

If you’re anything like me, loading and unloading the dishwasher can become somewhat of a begrudging task. But what if there was no need to load and unload? An all new prototype design for dishwashers was recently released by Marie-Christine Lacasse and Marie Claude Savard at the University of Quebec. The design is bookcase inspired and … Read more

Our New Ping Pong Club is now open for customers!

Although our Appliance Repair Company is considered to be one of the Southern California’s largest (in its professional field), we still strive to keep its employees as close and family-like as possible.  This is why our management has created a recreation center where our repairmen can rest from work in a fun atmosphere of playing … Read more

Appliance Repair Cost Calculator

Every time customers call our appliance repair company, the very first question I hear is “how much would it be to fix such and such thing?” Obviously, it is almost impossible to respond to this without conducting a physical check-up of the broken unit first.  However, Allen and Sons Appliance Repair did find a solution … Read more

The Hans Solo Refrigerator

The one thing we all strive for is simplicity. We look high and low for a way to make things as simple as it can get. Apple Computer is a master at boiling things down to there simplest state. Here’s a fridge that makes storing your food as easy as it’s going to get. Designed … Read more

Very Cool: Butterfly Dishwasher

Wave goodbye to the grueling task of restocking your shelves when dishes are clean. Lithuanian inventor Toma Brundzaite has created a wall mounted dishwasher that also suffices as shelves to store clean dishes. But a sleek design and space saving qualities isn’t what makes this dishwasher so cool. The Electrolux Bifoliate Double Dishwasher uses ultrasonic … Read more

Refrigerators for the Planet

Want to see a refrigerator that gives the ability to ever person to own on. The The need for the storage of vaccine led Adam Grosser to create this refrigerator that gives the ability for every person to own a fridge. Important because decease spreads when food is not appropriately kept. There are 1.6 billion … Read more

Vintage Ad For Appliances We Love

Check out these excerpts from an 1940’s owner’s manual for a General Electric Refrigerator. First off, we love that it’s vintage because lots of appliances that we repair have a history. Secondly, we love that it hints how to organize your refrigerator in a way that fits everything you possibly need, from frozen foods, to … Read more

A Letter from Our Customer

Dear Allen & Sons: Please accept and share this letter of appreciation for the service provided by VJ (License # 46153). He first came to our home to repair a Maytag washing machine at least 20 years old – and heavily used. I love this washing machine: it is reliable, simple, effective. Fixing it required … Read more

Garden Kitchens

              Here ia a fresh idea for the environmental conscious and all the garden loving people out there, a composting kitchen ecosystem. First reported by FastCompany (here) two young German designers created an ecosystem for converting veggie scraps into rich soil – which is then used to grow the … Read more

Rainy Day Turned Remodeling Day

Here at Allen & Sons we’re constantly seeing new homes and new appliances. It’s always cool when we see something totally different, like this woman’s dishwasher. She had originally been inspired to produce a vintage look by Chris at Just Beachy. She took it upon herself to start this remodeling projects after being couped up … Read more