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Alex Appliances ensures that all their technicians are highly skilled and experienced. Not just that, Alex makes sure that each technician is trained properly so that they can identify the problem quickly and get your appliance back up and running before you know it. The results speak for themselves. That is the Alex advantage!

Simple and Hassle-Free Appliance Repair

Alex Appliances guarantees satisfaction with every single repair we do. The Alex vans are always stocked with all the common genuine replacement parts from all the major brands for all the different appliances. This help ensures that we can get your appliance fixed on our first (and only) visit. Thus, getting your appliance working correctly again, and reducing the stress and hassle in your life! Request an Appliance Repair Appointment today.

Kitchener Appliance Repair

Kitchener is located western end of the Niagara Peninsula, just west of Halton Region and is roughly 70 km from Toronto. Currently, there are over 700,000 people living the Greater Kitchener Area. Though Kitchener is not in one of the GTA regions, of Peel, Halton, York or Durham, it is still considered by some to be apart of the GTA. Alex Appliances has a technician dedicated to covering the Greater Kitchener Area and all its neighbourhoods including Ancaster, Beaseley, Burlington Heights, Carlisle, Dundas, Greensville, Lynden, Meadowlands, Mount Hope, Stoney Creek, Waterdown and more!

Alex Appliances is always available to come repair your fridge, oven, stove, dishwasher, washer and dryer. The Alex vans are always stocked with tons of replacement parts from all the top appliance manufacturers in order to get your appliance up and running before you know it. Call Alex today for all your appliance repair and service needs East Gwillimbury Concord Ajax!

Kitchener Fridge Repair

Alex Appliances is always around to provide quality fridge repair in all neighbourhoods in Kitchener. With Alex’s well stocked vans that carry hundreds of replacement fridge parts, your fridge can be up and running like new in not time. Call Alex Appliances today to book a service call for a fridge repair. Ask about our same day service!

Kitchener Washer Repair

Alex Appliances is ready to provide washer repair and service all over the Kitchener area. Alex technicians know that life can be tough without a washer, as a family needs to do many loads each and every week. Alex Appliances ensures that our repairs are done reasonably quick and over 80% of our repairs are completed on the first visit. Call Alex Appliances today for all your washer repair needs.

Kitchener Dryer Repair

Alex Appliances is always available 7 days a week in the Greater Kitchener Area. Alex technicians understand that being without a dryer can be stressful and very time consuming. This is why Alex stocks its vans with all the most common dryer repair parts from all the major brands to get your dryer back and running ASAP! Call Alex Appliances today for your dryer repair.

Kitchener Dishwasher Repair

Alex Appliances is available to provide exceptional dishwasher repairs in all parts of Kitchener. The Alex technicians are all very friendly and well versed with all brands of dishwashers on the market. They will even provide tips on how to keep your dishwasher running smoothly for the future. If you are ever in need of a dishwasher repair, call the experts at Alex Appliances today.

Kitchener Stove Repair

Alex Appliances is always in your neigh our hood ready for when you need a repairman most to fix your stove. Alex technicians know that life can be extremely tough without a stove or cook top. They are very knowledgeable and know stoves and cook ops inside and out, in order to get your cook top back up and running before you know it. Call Alex Appliances today for all your stove and cook top repairs.

Kitchener Oven Repair

Alex Appliances is always around Kitchener and all its neigh our hoods for all your oven repair needs. Alex technicians are all very know led gable and friendly and ready to provide tons of advice from maintenance to easy repair tips for the future. If you are ever in need of an oven repair, call the experts at Alex Appliances.

Kitchener, Ontario

The City of Kitchener /ˈkɪtʃɪnər/ is a city in Southern Ontario, Canada. Located approximately 100 km west of Toronto, Kitchener is the seat of the Regional Municipality of Waterloo. It was the Town of Berlin from 1854 until 1912 and the City of Berlin from 1912 until 1916, both in Waterloo County, Ontario.

The Kitchener metropolitan area, which includes the smaller, neighbouring cities of Waterloo to the north and Cambridge to the south, has 523,894 people, making it the tenth largest Census Metropolitan Area (CMA) in Canada and the fourth largest CMA in Ontario.

Kitchener and Waterloo are considered “twin cities” which are often referred to jointly as “Kitchener-Waterloo” (K-W), although they have separate municipal governments. Including Cambridge, the three cities are known as “the Tri-Cities”. All are part of the Regional Municipality of Waterloo, which was created in 1973, when it replaced Waterloo County, which had been created in 1853.

The City of Kitchener covers an area of 136.86 square kilometres and had a population of 233,222 at the time of the 2016 Census.


In 1784, the land that Kitchener was built upon was an area given to the Six Nations by the British as a gift for their allegiance during the American Revolution; 240,000 hectares of land to be exact. From 1796 and 1798, the Six Nations sold 38,000 hectares of this land to a Loyalist by the name of Colonel Richard Beasley. The portion of land that Beasley had purchased was remote but it was of great interest to German Mennonite farming families from Pennsylvania. They wanted to live in an area that would allow them to practice their beliefs without persecution. Eventually, the Mennonites purchased all of Beasley’s unsold land creating 160 farm tracts.

Many of the pioneers arriving from Pennsylvania after November 1803 bought land in a 60,000-acre section of Block Two from the German Company which was established by a group of Mennonites from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. The tract included most of Block 2 of the previous Grand River Indian Lands. Many of the first farms were least four hundred acres in size.[12][13] The German Company, represented by Daniel Erb and Samuel Bricker, had acquired the land from previous owner Richard Beasley; he had gotten into financial difficulties after buying the land in 1796 from Joseph Brant who represented the Six Nations. The payment to Beasly, in cash, arrived from Pennsylvania in kegs, carried in a wagon surrounded by armed guards.[14]

By 1800, the first buildings had been built,[15] and over the next decade several families made the difficult trip north to what was then known as the Sand Hills. One of these Mennonite families, arriving in 1807, were the Schneiders, whose restored 1816 home (the oldest building in the city) is now a museum located in the heart of Kitchener.[16] Other families whose names can still be found in local place names were the Bechtels, the Ebys, the Erbs, the Weavers (better known today as the Webers), the Cressmans and the Brubachers. In 1816 the Government of Upper Canada designated the settlement the Township of Waterloo.

Much of the land, made up of moraines and swampland interspersed with rivers and streams, was converted to farmland and roads. Wild pigeons, which once swarmed by the tens of thousands, were driven from the area. Apple trees were introduced to the region by John Eby in the 1830s, and several grist- and sawmills (most notably Joseph Schneider’s 1816 sawmill, John and Abraham Erb’s grist- and sawmills and Eby’s cider mill) were erected throughout the area. Schneider built the town’s first road, from his home to the corner of King Street and Queen Street (then known as Walper corner). $1000 was raised by the settlers to extend the road from Walper corner to Huether corner, where the Huether Brewery was built and the Huether Hotel now stands in the city of Waterloo; a petition to the government for $100 to assist in completing the project was denied.

Later named the founder of Kitchener, Benjamin Eby (made Mennonite preacher 1809, and bishop in 1812) arrived from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania in 1806 and purchased a very large tract of land consisting of much of what would become the village of Berlin (named about 1830). The settlement was initially called Ebytown and was at the south-east side of what would later become Queen Street. (Eby was also responsible for the growth of the Mennonite church in Waterloo County.[17][18] By 1811, Eby had built a log Mennonite meeting house first used as a school house but later also housing religious services. A new meeting house, known as Eby’s Versammlungshausnear, near Stirling Avenue replaced the log house in 1834 while a schoolhouse was built on Frederick Street at about the same time.[19]

Benjamin Eby encouraged manufacturers to Ebytown. Jacob Hoffman came in 1829 or 1830 and started the first furniture factory. John Eby, druggist and chemist, arrived from Pennsylvania in about 1820 and opened a shop to the west of what would later be Eby Street. At the time, it was common for settlers to form a building “bee” to help newcomers erect a log home.[20] Immigration from Lancaster county continued heavily in the 1820s because of a severe agricultural depression in Lancaster County.[21] Joseph Schneider, from that area, built a frame house in 1820 on the south side of the future Queen Street after clearing a farm and creating a rough road; a small settlement formed around “Schneider’s Road” which became the nucleus of Berlin. The home was renovated over a century later and still stands.[22]

The Joseph Schneider Haus was built by one of the early settlers in Berlin, Ontario, circa 1816, and still stands.
The village centre of what would become Berlin (Kitchener) was established in 1830 by Phineas Varnum who leased land from Joseph Schneider and opened a blacksmith shop on the site where a hotel would be built many years later, the Walper House. A tavern was also established here at the same time and a store was opened.[23] At the time, the settlement of Berlin was still considered to be a hamlet.[13]

Immigration to the town increased considerably from 1816 until the 1870s, many of the newcomers being of German (particularly Lutheran, and Mennonite) extraction. Some were from Switzerland, like the founder of The Arthur Pequegnat Clock Company. In 1833 the town was renamed Berlin because of the recent German immigration from the Breuckmann family, and in 1853 Berlin became the County Seat of the newly created County of Waterloo, elevating it to the status of Village.

The Smith’s Canadian Gazetteer of 1846 describes Berlin (Kitchener) as follows: “… contains about 400 inhabitants, who are principally Germans. A newspaper is printed here, called the ” German Canadian” and there is a Lutheran meeting house. Post Office, post twice a-week. Professions and Trades.—One physician and surgeon, one lawyer, three stores, one brewery, one printing office, two taverns, one pump maker, two blacksmiths.”[24] The Township of Waterloo (smaller than Waterloo County) consisted primarily of Pennsylvanian Mennonites and immigrants directly from Germany who had brought money with them. At the time, many did not speak English. There were eight grist and twenty saw mills in the township. In 1841, the township population count was 4424.,_Ontario

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