Appliance Repair - Dewitt and Sons & Daughters - Providing professional appliance repair services in central Ohio(740) 369-8808   

Dublin: (614) 791-8808 - Marysville: (937) 642-3414

Providing Appliance Repair Services to the entire Central Ohio Area 
Including: Ashley - Delaware - Dublin - Marysville - Sunbury
Powell - Richwood - Westerville

Delaware Appliance Repair

Dewitt and Sons & Daughters Appliance Repair in Delaware

 We specialize in Delaware appliance repair and maintenance to keep your appliances in peak working condition.

But repairing your appliances is only part of the job. Our goal is to deliver superior service by taking extra steps to protect your home and become your preferred Delaware appliance repair company.

When calling us you can expect:

  • Prompt, efficient attention
  • A solid quote before the service begins - no surprises
  • Our "leave no trace" clean-up commitment
  • Courteous and skilled in-home service professionals
  • Never an over-time charge - we charge by the job, not by the hour
  • All work & parts guaranteed

As a leader in the Delaware appliance repair service industry, you can rest assured that you will be provided with the highest quality repair service.

We do Dryer repair, Washer repair, Dishwasher repair and Refrigerator repair. Also get repair services in Delaware for Freezers, Ovens, Heaters, Disposals, Compactors and Ice Makers too!

Call Us Today!
(740) 369-8808


Delaware, OH Facts

Delaware, Ohio, in Delaware county, is 23 miles N of Columbus, Ohio. The city benefits from easy access to the nearby cities and towns that it shares the Columbus metropolitan area with. Delaware’s population is approximately 25,243.

Delaware History

Delaware was originally inhabited by Delaware Native Americans. The community was officially founded in 1808. According to one tradition, the city derived its name from the Delaware Indian tribes. The city was incorporated in 1816, and Ohio Wesleyan University was established in Delaware in 1842. The city was also the birthplace of President Rutherford B. Hayes. In April of 1851, the first railroad was constructed in the area.