Washing Machine Repair
Washing machines are an integral part of daily life. They have made doing laundry a painless and easy feat. Virtually anyone can access and operate a washing machine and have clean, fresh laundry in no more than a few hours. It has become such an important part of a household, that most households don’t have the tools, let alone the time to wash their own clothes without a washing machine. If your washing machine is broken, you will likely go through the arduous process of asking friends and family to use their machines, or use public machines at a laundromat.
Washing machines can break for a variety of reasons. This can range from electrical malfunctions to broken components. There could be damage to the circuitry or other components due to moving or an electrical surge. Repair methods depend on the nature of the problem. In some circumstances, a damaged component will need to be replaced, in which case we can source and make the replacement ourselves. Other times, we may be able to manually make the repair.
Your washing machine can show a variety of problems. Perhaps the most uncomfortable is when they stop cleaning the clothes thoroughly. This may happen when the washer is no longer agitating the clothes during a wash cycle, or the water levels may be too low to thoroughly clean the clothes. This can cause discomfort or become embarrassing if others notice.
More severe concerns also exist. The washer may not drain properly, or it may begin to leak. This is an important development to keep track of. If the leaking is substantial, it can begin to damage your floors, cabinets, or basement. This can become a very expensive problem if left alone for too long. Damage to your property can accumulate and become more pronounced over time.
Contact us and we will examine your machine, diagnose the problem, and start to fix it as soon as possible. Don’t hesitate to call us, the longer you spend without help, the more damage can be done!
A professional maintenance tip: when loading a washing machine, ensure the clothes are balanced and not heavily loaded to one side. An equal distribution will make it run more efficiently, this will reduce the noise of the machine and prevent lengthy wash cycles by ensuring clothes mix properly. For further information on how to operate your washing machine more efficiently, consult the owner’s manual.