Expert Appliance Repair Service for the Schaumburg Area
We require a minimum of 2 years experience before we hire field techs, and annual evaluations ensure our service people remain at the top of their game. AAA Appliance Service Center stocks its entire fleet with spare parts and its trucks are equipped with GPS for real-time status updates. We also offer a one year parts and service warranty to give you peace of mind.
Trust in AAA Appliance Service Center’s Award Winning Service
Our superior service has earned us an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau as well as a number of awards including the SBCA Best of Business Award for 2011, AngiesList’s Super Service Award in 2010 and 2011, and multiple Masters of Service Awards from the North American Retail Dealers Association.
AAA Appliance Service Center is proud to offer easy-to-use web tools to make servicing your appliances more efficient than ever. ASC account owners have access to online billpay, service scheduling, notifications, live chat support, personal equipment inventories, and more. To start an ASC account or request service, call us at 888-966-1950 today!
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Schaumburg Fun Facts
In 1850, a town meeting was held in northeastern Illinois to decide the official name of a small farming community known at the time as Sarah’s Grove. The citizens were trying to decide between two names, Lutherville and Lutherberg, when a fiery German landowner stamped his fist on the table and declared “Schaumburg schall et heiten!” (“It will be called Schaumburg!”).
With that gesture, this quaint village became known as Schaumburg.
Up until the Great Depression, land in Schaumburg was almost exclusively owned by those of German lineage. With such a small population, the village did not even have a jail as late as 1900. Unfortunately, the Depression hit with dire effect, but, thanks to the proliferation of the automobile, Schaumburg village leaders were given an opportunity to improve and secure their future economic stability. Their relative isolation now broken, agricultural production grew exponentially and Schaumburg grew with it. By the mid-’50s, the development of O’Hare International Airport and the Northwest Tollway helped secure Schaumburg’s commercial prosperity.
Schaumburg is now home to the nation’s ninth largest shopping center, the Woodfield Mall. It is also home to the headquarters of Motorola Solutions, one of the world’s premier telecommunication providers, as well as a number of other Fortune 500 companies. With a bright future ahead of them, Schaumburg’s community promises to remain a dominant influence in Chicago’s Golden Corridor for generations to come.