Is the Landlord Responsible for Appliance Repair?

Landlords are not required by most state laws to provide appliance repair for a tenant or renter of a property. However, many landlords still do offer this convenience.

Most state laws do not require landlords to provide major appliances such as refrigerators or stove.

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If your lease or rental agreement does not include a specific clause regarding this matter, and you have a landlord who will cover the cost of repair, you are considered lucky, according to today’s standards

If you’re unsure, give us a call or have your landlord contact our team.

We work with landlord/tenant appliance requests often.

Many clauses insist that if you are renting a property and are using the appliance in it, you are fully responsible for any repair required. All major home appliances such as refrigerators, ovens, washers, dryer and so on, and brands like KitchenAid, SubZero, Maytag, whirlpool and GE are often found in any household. Cities where family dwellings often require services include Orange County neighborhoods such as: Irvine, Newport Beach, Huntington Beach, Anaheim and Santa Ana. These are areas where landlords often still stick to providing all around services for their renters.

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