We have a passion for what we do at Lane’s Repair, your Lansing, Jackson, Williamston, Eaton Rapids, and Grand Ledge source for all of your appliance maintenance and repair needs. We service name brands of kitchen and commercial appliances, the likes of which include some of the following.
- Magic Chef
- Montgomery Ward
- Speed Queen
- Many More!
Suffice it to say that if you can buy it and use it as a commercial or domestic appliance, we can fix that appliance if it breaks down. That means if your ice machine, oven, wine cooler, water dispenser, garbage disposal, trash compactor, refrigerator, dryer, washing machine, freezer, oven, or other appliance no longer functions as it once did, we have the experience and latest industry knowledge to get the job done in an affordable and reliable way.
Since 1980, we’ve been helping folks in the communities listed above (and pretty much everywhere in between) with appliance service jobs they’ve been unable to perform themselves, or perhaps are too busy to bother with. Either way, we don’t discriminate! We just want to provide high-quality, timely service so that our neighbors and community members can get their lives back together.
At the risk of singing our own praises to the point where we are borderline tooting-our-own-horn, we think that being in business for nearly four decades is something to be proud of. How does a business have that kind of longevity? It’s difficult to pin it down on one thing, largely because it’s likely a combination of factors. Some of those factors we’ve described above; reliability, quality, affordability, experience, dedication, etc. Those are nice adjectives, and we genuinely do our best to embody each one of them when we go out for a service call.
But beyond doing what a salt-of-the-earth, local appliance repair company should do, we’d like to express our feelings about the communities for which we provide appliance service. That’s right, this is a love letter to Jackson, Lansing, Eaton Rapids, Grand Ledge, and Williamston.
Remember, we’ve grown up in or around these towns, and our livelihood is based on our relationship with the community. And look, we know that we we’ve written a recent post about the communities for which we provide appliance repair, but look – we can do one of three things here; provide you with tips about your appliances, which we’ve done a bit of, talk about why we are qualified to earn your business, and sing the praises of our favorite Michigan towns. So cut us some slack!
And at the double-risk of sounding a bit sappy, keep reading if you are interested in learning a bit of background information on the aforementioned Mid-Michigan communities!
Founded way back in 1829, the city is the namesake of one Andrew Jackson, the seventh president of the United States who looked to promote the rights of the common man and diminish the corrupt reach of aristocrats of his day. Originally a railroad hub, the county seat of Jackson County was initially known for its manufacturing of cars and parts thereof. The industrial employment opportunities attracted immigrants from a variety of backgrounds and cultures, which has contributed to the city’s modern-day diversity! Jackson is also well-known for being the birthplace of the Republican political party, among other noteworthy achievements.
If you live in or near Lansing and are in need of refrigerator, oven, or dishwasher repair, give us a ring! We provide two-hour time slots so that we can be punctual, efficient, and still make our next appointment!
Lansing is our great state’s capital. Segmented by Eaton County, Clinton County, and Ingham County, the population of Lansing is over 115,000 at this point. Home of storied Michigan State University, with its stunning campus and renowned athletics program, Lansing’s nicknames include “The Heart of Michigan”, “Capital City”, and “L-Town”. (Technically, Michigan State is located in East Lansing, but we think it’s close enough!)
We have a passion at Lane’s Repair for providing expert Lansing appliance repair. We say that we are “changing your expectations of a service company” and we hope that in each of the house-calls we make to Lansing, that maxim is evident. We strive to be courteous, punctual, accurate, and skilled. Long story short, we’ll get your appliance fixed so your home life is back up to snuff. We want to help reduce as much stress as we can, in an affordable way!
Located primarily in Eaton County, with some portions stretching into Clinton County, Grand Ledge is nestled in directly above the beautiful Grand River, just a few miles west of Lansing. With a population just under 10,000, residents and folks from out of town will both tell you that Grand Ledge’s most noteworthy feature, if it’s not the community’s hospitality, would have to be the 300 million-some-odd-year-old quartzite and sandstone rock ledges which rise 60 feet over the river. Active residents of Grand Ledge frequently are seen rock climbing on these beautiful ledges. And in the summer, the greenery surrounding the river is worth a visit for its own sake.
We love providing these folks with high-quality, affordable Grand Ledge appliance service!
“Discover the charm” is the official motto of Williamston, and with its proximity to the Grand River and its quaint downtown, it’s easy to see why Williamston is something of a Mid-Michigan hidden gem. Just 15 miles east of Lansing, Williamston is somewhat smallish in population at around 4,000 people. But again, this is part of its local charm. One of our favorite events to attend each year is the week-long festival called Red Cedar Jubilee on the last week of June. Starting with a children’s bike parade and ending with the Boy Scout pancake breakfast on Sunday morning, this event just reminds of us of our Midwestern, Americana roots.
If you are in Williamston and in need of local appliance repair, we are only a phone call away.
In an area of land originally settled by the Potawatomis around 1774, Euro-American settlers came to the area around 1835, primarily drawn by the lure of water power and readily available timber for homestead building. But one of the most significant and well-known features of Eaton Rapids was how they earned their nickname “The Saratoga of the West”. In 1852, E.B. Frost discovered mineral water, which naturally developed a sizable demand of people looking to take a mineral bath in Eaton Rapids. One more interesting fact about Eaton Rapids is that in 1921, John B. Davidson, Sr. moved to Eaton Rapids from Philadelphia. The yarn mill he started would end up supplying Major League Baseball with 95 percent of the wool yarn that they used. Unfortunately, the mill burned down in 1969, as we are sure some of the more mature residents can recall.
If you are interested in Eaton Rapids appliance repair, or perhaps you live in between (or even beyond) these cities, give us a call to schedule an appointment. Let us get your life back together for an affordable price! We’d love to hear from you and provide you with experienced, reliable, and punctual appliance repair service!Share