|Reprinted from: What's Cooking at W.L. May Co? Volume 1 Issue 5 Home Appliance Service,
located in Boise, ID, is extremely proud of their heritage. Established in
1948 by John and Rosie White, they have continuously serviced the
Treasure Valley for the past 64 years. The area was named for its "treasure
chest of resources and opportunities".
In 1980, the business was sold to employees James and Marcia Forbus, who operated the business for 30 years before selling to their son and daughter-in-law, Don and Dawna in January 2010. To say it's a "family run business" would be an obvious understatement. Operating with 4 service technicians and 2 in-shop employees, they service most major brands including, but not limited to: Whirlpool, Maytag, Electrolux, Frigidaire, Samsung, LG,and Haier. They are also one of only a few that service and perform warranty work for In-Sink-Erator and Waste King Disposals and hot water dispensers.
Home Appliance Service prides themselves on the quality of their workmanship, and take great strides to prevent call backs; they are aware not only does it cost valuable time, but it is a disappointment to their customers, the very ones they strive to please on every service call. Dawna believes they keep unnecessary call backs to a minimum because of their partnership with W.L. May Co, who she says provide "quick, accurate, and dependable service".
When not working tirelessly, the Forbus family enjoys spending time at their cabin in Garden Valley, located north of Boise along the Middlefork of the Payette River. The area offers great mountain scenery, hot springs and is inhabited by a variety of wildlife. Similar to many Northwest families, they enjoy the great outdoors; with fishing, hunting, and camping at the top of their list.
If you ever find yourself traveling through the beautiful Boise community, stop by Home Appliance Service and introduce yourself to the Forbus family. See for yourself what makes them one of Boise's most successful and acclaimed appliance repair service companies.
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