A small army of labor saving devices work in our homes and we usually barely notice them, just counting on them to do their thing time after time. Until the time they don't work, or they start what seems like a long slow decline in performance. Going out and buying a replacement is always an option but increasingly we are finding that people don't want to do that. Not only is it a waste of resources and environmentally unfriendly, it is often unnecessary since there are lots of common appliance problems that we can fix for you in no time. So tell us about your appliance problems before you throw them out and let's see if we can save you money and save the planet all in one.
Washers, Dish Washers
If your washer is noisy the likely culprits include the pump motor and the drive belt and both are fairly straightforward to fix if you know what you're doing. All front loaders also have shock absorbers and if they start to decline you'll get inevitable shaking. We can diagnose what's wrong with a washer in minutes. Leaks and wash arm bearings in dish washers often cause trouble as they age and can similarly be repaired or replaced so if your appliance is out of warranty don't despair as we can probably get it back in shape for you.
It's a common problem to turn on the AC and no air seems to blow. You don't have to swelter in the heat, just call us and we'll go straight to the filters and fan motor. Or it might refuse to shut off. Or it doesn't turn on. Whatever it is we'll get to the bottom of it and cool the situation off for you.
Fridges and Freezers
Typically the problems with fridges are leaks and noises and to our appliance handymen both of these are invaluable clues to what's going wrong. Depending on where the noise is we can gauge whether it is probably the evaporator fan motor or the condenser fan motor. Likewise the location of the leak tells us whether it is due to a worn door seal or a faulty water inlet. If your freezer seems to show a lot of frost and ice build up we'll likewise check the motors but also the door gasket and the thermostat. Don't presume that because an appliance is old it is beyond repair.
Ovens that don't start or have elements that don't seem to heat up properly are most likely suffering from individual component failures including the infinite switch, bake and broil element, or surface element. If the problem is a failed element then often all that needs to be done is identifying what is no longer working and replacing that part which means oven repairs are often swifter and cheaper than you had hoped for. Let our appliance repair specialists come check out your kitchen machines and see if we can save you money and make your life better.