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Cagles Appliance Specializing in Appliance Service and Repair in Chino Hills

When you call in to set up a service call, it is always advisable to have readily available:
       -Your name
       -Property address
       -Major cross streets
       -Phone number where you can be reached prior to the call
       -Type of appliance -- washer, dryer (gas/electric), dishwasher, cook top, oven, etc.
       -If an appliance is built in or in a cabinet of some kind, it is helpful to let the dispatcher know.
       -Brand of appliance, including model number (Maytag, Jenn-Air, etc.)
       -Approximate age of appliance
       -Do you have an extended warranty
      -Was the appliance purchased from Cagles
      -What problems are you experiencing with your appliance
      -If you are a landlord, the tenant's contact info as well as landlord's and the billing information if you have a charge account established
Our service dispatchers may ask you additional questions, and they are just to assist the technician for his call, and to help them in their routing and timing of the calls.  The dispatcher will initially give you a specific day that a tech can come, but cannot generally give you a time range until the morning of the call.  We encourage all customers to call the morning of a service call to find out the approximate time.  At that time (after 9 am) we will be able to give you a 4 hour range of time to expect the technician.  Please be aware, circumstances do arise when those time frames need to be adjusted, but we make our best attempt to contact you ahead of time to make sure we still come at a convenient time.

Chino Hills History

After the Spanish founded Mission San Gabriel in 1771, the Chino Hills were used extensively for grazing by mission cattle. During the Mexican Republic era, the hills were used as spillover grazing from such surrounding Mexican ranchos as Santa Ana del Chino and Rancho La Sierra (Yorba). After Mexico ceded California to the United States it was, and still is, a swamp and subject to flooding annually. Most historical dwellings were demolished in the rush to build. A local state monument is present in the grass lawn area of the local fire department, if one looks closely. Casa Colina, a well-known rehabilitation center now situated in Pomona California, began as a tubercular clinic in the Los Serranos sector. Similarly, the well known hospital, Loma Linda Hospital, also had its beginnings as a tubercular clinic. Sadly, most patients admitted for tuberculosis, succumbed to the illness because of the ineffectiveness of pre-antibotic treatments.

This land was sold to Richard Gird, the founder of nearby Chino subdivision and from which the town of Chino sprung in 1910.[7]With the building of the Carbon Canyon Mineral Springs in the modern-day Sleepy Hollow region of the city and the new Los Serranos Country Club in Los Serranos, Chino Hills, California, the area became a destination for both Los Angeles tourists and bootleggers during the prohibition because of its isolation. For the same reason, Sleepy Hollow became a destination for hippies and artists during the 1960s.[8] During the late 1980s, an incorporation effort began and in 1991, the city was incorporated with a population of 42,000.[9]

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