White-Westinghouse is well known for its home appliances that are easy to use and get the job done. A part of kitchens, laundry areas, and living rooms across America, the brand officially came into existence in the 1970s, when White Consolidated Industries acquired Westinghouse's appliance unit. Notably, though, the innovations the company is most famous for came about far earlier in Westinghouse's history, including refrigerators with sealed units, room air conditioners, and automatic washers that did not have to be bolted to the floor. There are many other White-Westinghouse appliance types out there today, such as dishwashers, ranges and cooktops, and dryers. If your appliance is not running right or even just damaged, we can help you get it back in top shape.