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Questions to Ask Appliance Repair
Hiring an appliance repair professional could help you save money. Instead of purchasing a new microwave oven, refrigerator, or dishwasher, you might find that a professional in your area has the right repair parts and experience to fix your appliances. Before you hire someone, though, you might want to ask them a few questions that help you determine whether they are a good match for you. Use these questions to separate the professionals from the amateurs.
Do you specialize in repairing certain types of appliances?
It’s usually in your best interest to hire someone who has experience with the type of appliance that you need repaired. Just because someone knows how to fix washing machines doesn’t mean that he or she knows how to fix an ice machine or garbage disposal.
How much will the repair cost?
Although the repair professional might not know exactly how much it will cost to fix your cook top, humidifier, or clothes dryer, he or she should have enough experience to make an educated guess.
Do you offer guaranteed price quotes?
Guaranteed price quotes will help you decide whether a repairperson can fix your large and small kitchen appliances at reasonable rates. You might find that some charge much higher rates than others. Price quotes help you determine which ones to avoid.
How long will the repairs take?
You can probably go without your dehumidifier or trash compactor for a week, but you might want your stove range or freezer fixed as quickly as possible. Find out how long it will take so you can decide whether you want to hire the repairperson and whether you need to rent a replacement while your appliance is being fixed.
Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers
The National Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers is a trade organization with members that include fabrication, repair and service companies.
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Appliance Liquidator LLC
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"My washer broke down today, laundry day, and I had no clean work clothes for the tomorrow... I looked online and found Salem Appliance Repair and a bunch of good reviews so I decided to give them a call even though it was a Saturday at 6pm. The owner answered the phone, I told him what the washer was doing (or not doing I should say) and he said he was pretty sure what the problem was and asked wh ..."
Appliances, whether large or small, can fall victim to age, wear and tear and overuse. They can display a variety of problems that need repair or upgrade services. Appliances such as garbage disposals and trash compactors can jam, grind or hum. Smaller humidifiers and dehumidifiers can also go on the fritz, becoming leaky or too noisy. An appliance repair professional can help fix these problems and more. Contact a few different repair professionals and get contact information, hours, rates, location and company background. Make sure he or she has experience with the type of appliance you need repaired, such as dishwasher, microwave oven, stove, range, cook top, washing machine, dryer, garbage disposal, trash compactor, ice maker, freezer, refrigerator, humidifier, and dehumidifier. Performing appliance repair yourself can save you lots of money. You can purchase the parts at a hardware store for a fraction of the money you would spend on hiring a professional. When DIY, you can also repair the appliance more quickly than if you made an appointment with a professional repair person. Just take a look on the web and you will find hundreds of online service manuals that can pinpoint the problem you are having, whether you need to fix your refrigerator, dishwasher, or microwave oven. If your washing machine is not spinning, draining, agitating, or filling, there are answers out there for you. Is your refrigerator making odd noises, not reaching cold enough temperatures, frosting up, or pooling water on the floor? Not a problem. Manuals can help. If you do hire a repair professional to fix your kitchen appliance or provide parts, be sure to get references and stick to your budget.