Amana Appliance Repair - Vancouver, Calgary, Fraser Valley Amana was founded way back in 1934. When the company first started they were manufacturing large walk in style coolers. The company was started in Middle Amana, Iowa. Amana has many firsts under their appliance belt. They were the first company to manufacture and introduce upright freezers for the home. That was in the year 1947. Two years later they added a side by side refrigerator combo, again another first for the American public. In 1967 Amana was also the first company to bring microwaves into the home. Today, Amana makes everything from air conditioners to washer and dryer combinations, and just like every other major appliance manufacturer, Amana appliances occasionally break down leaving you in a bind. If your washer or dryer breaks, you will have to go without clean clothes until it is fixed. You can't walk around in wet or smelly clothes. You need a quick fix. If it was your Amana dishwasher, then you will have to resort to washing dishes by hand, another major inconvenience that requires a quick fix. What are you going to do, and who are your going to call? Totem Appliance Service has been working on Amana appliances in Vancouver, Calgary, and Fraser Valley since the day they started repairing appliances. They can have your Amana washer, dryer, dishwasher, refrigerator, and more fixed in a jiffy. Totem Appliance Service has a highly trained staff of appliance technicians that know exactly how much you depend on your appliances. Give them a call today and have your Amana appliances back in working order in a jiffy. Amana Brand Information Looking for more information on Amana products. Look at www.whirlpool.com or call them at (800) 807-6777 Financial Tip 237 Do you want to save money when out shopping? Shop with a calculator. You’re likely to spend less if you know precisely how much you are spending before you get to the cash register. It doesn’t matter if you’re doing your grocery shopping or schools supplies or clothes. If you have a budget of $100, add that amount into your calculator and then SUBTRACT each time you put an item in the cart. When you get close to zero….you’re done OR you need to reevaluate your purchases.