Kelvinator Appliances Repair

An American company currently owned by Electrolux, Kelvinator was first established in the year 1914 in Detroit, Michigan, United States. It was established by an inventor and engineer by the name of Nathaniel B. Wales. At the time, the name of the company was different, but in 1916 it was changed to Kelvinator.

 The new company name derived from the first Baron Kelvin, William Thomson. Thomson came up with the premise for absolute zero, and he is also whom the Kelvin temperature scale is named after. Once the name was updated, more and more people began to recognize and support the brand and its home refrigerator appliances. The company was so successful, that it had 80% of the electric refrigerator market in America by the year 1923.

As the business expanded, the business made its way into London, and soon the British market was filled with products from America. When the second World War began, Kelvinator was quickly transformed into a military supplies factory, and was also used for lab testing.

Amidst all of the changes that occurred over the years, this company has continued to provide quality appliances to its customers. Today it sells refrigerators and laundry appliances, and its main focus continues to be on the quality and performance of their products. In fact, they’re so confident in their products that customers can enjoy a 3-year parts and labor plan.

Kelvinator ensures the satisfaction of its customers at all times, and is happy to provide a few different routes for getting in contact for any needs or concerns. For those customers who wish to speak with a representative or get repair help, the “Contact Us” page on their website provides phone numbers and addresses for both the American and Canadian locations.