In Radcliff, KY 40159 the following Amana Appliances Can Be Serviced.
Wine Cooler Repair
Trash Compactor Repair
Cook top Repair
Ice Maker Repair
Since the 1930s Amana appliances have been a well known American brand, but have since been bought the Maytag Corporation. Amana are best known for their various sizes of freezers and refrigerators they manufacture for both commercial and residential, and these have been designed with numerous innovative features which are not available in many of their competitor's brands. In spite of the acquisition by Maytag, the Amana name is still in existence, and consumers can still select from several modern and classic refrigerator styles.
The Amana Corporation was founded in 1934 in Middle Amana, Iowa by George Foerstner as the Amana Refrigeration Company. The company originally manufactured commercial walk in coolers. The company rapidly gained a name for itself with its classic French door style freezer doors and top freeze stylesThe company made the very first freezer that stood upright that was designed for home use in 1947. In 1950, the company was sold to a group of investors and became Amana Refrigeration.
Then the company began manufacturing air conditioners in 1954. In 1965 Amana was bought out by Raytheon in 1965, which. In 1947, Amana added the microwave oven to its list of inventions, and introduced the commercially available microwave in 1954. Amana introduced a consumer model of the microwave in 1967, which was the first popular microwave that was designed for use in the home.
Amana now manufacturers numerous other appliances including washers and dryers, dishwashers, countertop ranges, ovens, and furnaces.
The company was then bought out by a cooling and heating manufacturer in 1997 that carried on the traditions of the original Amana Corporation. The Amana home appliance company was then bought by the Whirlpool Corporation. Amana Appliances and was bought by Maytag in 2001.
If you have an Amana appliance that needs repair be sure to call Louisville Appliance Repair.