Appliances are a major investment. We want to help you keep them running for as long as possible.

You, our customers, are the most important thing to us! We are located in Regina to get you back up and running with the least financial burden possible. We service LG, Samsung, Kitchen Aid, Whirlpool, Maytag, Kenmore, and all other major appliance brands.


Our refrigerators work hard to keep our drinks chilled, ice cubes formed, and our food safe. When they stop working, you need help in a hurry to avoid spoiled food and odour. Fresh food is best kept safe between 36 and 39°F (no warmer than 40°F or 4°C, according to Health Canada.

Contact Bug’s Appliance Repair Ltd and our experienced technicians will repair your fridge. Common repairs include ice and water dispensers, thermostat controls, work on cooling coils, fans that are working overtime, and more.

We can repair and replace all parts of your refrigerator, including internal workings like:

  • Refrigerant
  • Compressors
  • Condensers
  • Capillary tubes
  • Evaporators
  • Thermostats
  • Defrost systems

And we work on and replace external parts including:

  • Thermostat control dials
  • Drainpipe and plugs
  • Vents
  • Magnetic gaskets
  • Door seals
  • Defrost timers and heaters
  • Switches


Our freezers have a big job. They store make-ahead meals, allow us to stock up on-sale food and convenience foods; they are a wonderful modern convenience.

If your freezer isn’t functioning you stand to lose money through wasted food, or worse, become ill from improper storage. Frozen food should be stored at 0°F (-18°C) or cooler according to Health Canada.

If your freezer isn’t keeping a steady temperature, the doors aren’t sealing, fans are running loudly, is frosting up, or won’t turn on – contact Bug’s Appliance Repair Ltd! We’ll charge you a fair price and get your icebox back in running order.

We can repair and replace all parts of your freezer, including internal workings like:

  • Refrigerant
  • Compressors
  • Condensers
  • Evaporators
  • Valves
  • Electric Fans

And we work on and replace external parts including:

  • Thermostat control dials
  • Vents
  • Magnetic gaskets
  • Door seals
  • Switches

Ovens, Ranges & Stovetops

The oven is at the heart of your kitchen. We want you to be able to bake cookies, bake a roast and fry up some eggs! If your stove, range or oven is acting up be sure to contact Bug’s Appliance Repair Ltd and we’ll get you cooking in no time. We charge a flat rate for labour and with our years of experience in appliance repair, we can help you avoid purchasing new.

We can repair and replace all part of your ovens, ranges, and stovetops including:

  • Bake elements
  • Broil elements
  • Ceramic glass cooktops
  • Coil surface elements
  • Control panels
  • Door light switches
  • Limiters (to prevent overheating)
  • Oven control thermostats
  • Hinges
  • Door lock assemblies
  • Gas igniters
  • Temperature sensor probes
  • Radiant surface elements
  • Power cords
  • Relay control boards
  • Solid surface disc elements
  • Spark igniter electrodes
  • Spark modules
  • Terminal blocks
  • Thermal fuses


Your dishwasher is a great kitchen assistant! When it works properly, it’s a dream. However, when it doesn’t function properly you are faced with baked-on food and cloudy glassware.

If your dishwasher isn’t pulling its weight, contact Bug’s Appliance Repair Ltd and we will have it good as new.

Common, but fixable, dishwasher problems we see are:

  • Broken sensors
  • Low water pressure
  • Malfunctioning control boards
  • Inoperable switches
  • Pumps not operational
  • Nozzles clogged
  • Dispenser malfunctions
  • Tubs not draining


We want to keep you out of the laundromat and your clothes clean! If your washing machine is making odd noises, not draining properly, or just not cleaning the way it should – email us.

We can repair and replace all parts of your washing machine including:

  • Water pumps
  • Water inlet control valves
  • Drums
  • Agitators
  • Motors
  • Drain pipes
  • Printed circuit boards
  • Timers

We work on top-loading washing machines, front-loading washing machines, compacts, and combination units.

Washing machine


Although line-drying is a wonderful way to save energy and bring a fresh scent into your home, the reality is that Saskatchewan winters call for a long indoor drying season. We’ll help you keep your towels fluffed and your clothing smooth and dry.

We work on all problems with dryers including:

  • Spin cycle
  • Heat issues
  • Squealing noises
  • Timers
  • Loose or broken belts
  • Sensors and circuit boards
  • Touch screens
  • Heating elements

Appliance Tips

Consider the following tips to keep your appliances running, properly, efficiently, and safely.

Refrigerator Tips

Fridge Tips

    • To help with the longevity of your fridge, and to aid with proper cooling, clean your condenser coils twice a year. The coils are usually located at the back or under your fridge. You can purchase a condenser coil brush to aid in cleaning along with a vacuum. Also, clean the vents on the back panel. The coils exhaust the heat allowing for proper cooling. If the coils are plugged, the compressor gets hot, the coils get hot and the fridge won’t cool properly.
    • When choosing a refrigerator, consider your space, the unit’s capacity, and your budget. Stylish variations on top-freezer, bottom-freezer, and side-by-side refrigerators are in the stores, including some refrigerators with French doors as well as refrigerator drawers. Because refrigerators are on 24-7, make sure the one you buy is energy efficient.
    • If you’re looking for information about refrigerators, Consumer Reports is your best resource. Consumer Reports’ refrigerator reviews will give you honest buying advice that you can trust. Use their refrigerator buying guide to discover which features are most important to consider.


  • To deal with a smelly fridge, toss in citrus peels instead of using chemical cleaners and disinfectants. The peels absorb strong odours while releasing natural fragrances.
Washer Tips

Washer Tips

    • Clean your pockets, money getting into the pump will cause it not to drain, and stink.
    • Front-loaders use less water than top-loaders but typically have longer wash cycles—some take 100 minutes or more. That’s not the end of the world, but it may be the beginning of laundry pile-up. Since front-loaders use less water, the detergent is more concentrated and the machine’s tumbling action can also help boost cleaning. Manufacturers recommend using HE detergent—that’s high efficiency—for front-loaders and HE top-loaders. Regular detergents are too sudsy for these machines.
    • The best front-loaders clean better and use even less water than the best HE top-loaders. Front-loaders spin faster than HE top-loaders so more water is typically extracted, reducing drying time but front-loaders generally have longer wash cycles. HE top-loaders don’t have a center agitator and use a variety of methods to lift and tumble laundry. They’re high-efficiency because they use less water and spin faster than conventional top-loaders, also cutting dryer time.


  • Washer odour can be the result of soap scum. Try reducing the amount of soap you use – suds don’t clean your washer, soap and water does.
Dishwasher Tips

Dishwasher Tips

    • Jet dry is very important in a dishwasher. It is a drying agent that also aids in rinsing, especially in cups. Jet dry puts a film on the dishes not allowing food particles to stick to glasses. Tablets may say they have jet dry with them, but you still need to add a rinse agent.
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    • Tougher new rules have slashed the energy and water dishwashers can use to get the Energy Star seal. But you don’t have to live with dirty dishes or endure even longer cycles to save energy. Look for adjustable racks and lots of flatware slots. Many also have fold-down tines, which let you fit large or odd-shaped dishes and other dinnerware. Stainless-steel tubs resist stains better than white plastic tubs.
    • Match your cleaning habits- if you do pre-rinse, skip extra-cost power-scrubbing modes and sidestep noisy self-cleaning filters. More models now have manual-clean filters.
      Also, look for cycle-time and other visible displays if you opt for controls that are hidden when the door is closed.


  • No dishwasher has a garburator in it, contrary to what you may have been told. Scraping dishes is the best policy. If you don’t, rotten food that can’t get out of the dishwasher will build up in the sump. Then you’re washing dishes in unclean water.
Stove Tips

Stove Tips

  • Gas gets hot faster and is a more cost-efficient source of cooking heat. Remember, when converting from an electric cooktop to gas, make sure to upgrade the range hood as well. Look for a hood that exhausts the number of cubic feet of air per minute recommended by the cooktop maker. A hood for an electric cooktop must exhaust only vapors from cooking food. A hood for a gas cooktop must also exhaust burner gases.
Washer and Dryer Tips

Washer Tips

  • Use a cup of bleach with a straight hot wash at least once a month without clothes to clean excess soap residue from the washer. Use no more than 2 tablespoons of soap per full load and reduce from there.

Dryer Tips

    • Plastic venting on a dryer is a fire hazard. Lint sticks to the venting causing airflow restrictions, increasing heat, and creating the potential for fire. Purchase metal flexible venting instead for a much safer alternative.


  • It is very important to clean out your dryer once a year. Vacuuming the inside protects the motor, heater, and rollers while reducing fire hazards. We also recommend getting a furnace duct cleaner to clean your venting to ensure proper airflow.
Microwave Tips

Microwave Tips

  • Did you know that to aid in cleaning your microwave, you can place water with some lemon slices in a microwave-safe dish and heat up the water and lemon? This will help in wiping down your microwave and give it a nice lemon scent.