All Appliance Repairs
Appliances preserve and prepare your food along with cleaning up after us and handling tasks we don't have the time to do, making life easier for us. When appliances break down, food spoils and housework doesn't get done. The longer the appliance is broken, the longer it will take to get back into the normal routine and to catch up with the housework that's piling up.
Technicians Who Are Factory-Trained & Certified
The most common question our technicians hear is: Do I really need a certified technician? The answer is simple and can be determined by the tips below.
Several appliances need air circulation or water to properly function.
- There may be a clogged dryer vent or an exhaust that is unobstructed to the outdoor vent if your dryer is taking too long to dry.
- There may be a clogged drain if the dishwasher isn't working. The dishwasher should also be cleaned regularly including the soap compartments to prevent buildup..
- Dust and vacuum the refrigerator's condenser and coils to prevent buildup along with making sure the cooling vents aren't blocked by anything.
- Several new appliances are run by computerized controls and may need to be restarted or reset by unplugging it for a few minutes, then plugging it back in.
Call us for expert advice and repair services if any of these problems continue.
When All Else Fails
It may be time to call professionals if the problems continue after you've tried taken a try at the advice above. Make sure to explain to our technicians all you've observed and all that you have tried. This will help us narrow down the problem.
Before calling us, find the brand and model number of your appliance to ensure our technicians have everything to get the job done.
Even if they didn't work, the regular maintenance tips given above will prevent future and repeat breakdowns.