Appliances of this century have revolutionized the ways in which we get things done. They allow for optimal service in short periods of time, and convenience. Our ovens cook more quickly, and sing to us once they are preheated; our refrigerators are build with organization in mind; and our washer and dryer now do all of our hand washing and air drying for us. With our busy schedules, we rely on these features to keep our lifestyles on track and get things done as efficiently as possible. When one of our beloved appliances breaks, not only is it a hassle, but it can be costly as well. Luckily for you, we have a solution. To save money and get your applianced filled life back on track call the experts at Good Appliance for your appliance repairs. We are more than happy to handle all of your refrigerator, oven, stove, washer, dryer, other kitchen appliance, and select household repairs and maintenance services as they arise. We understand that life moves fast and doesn’t leave much time for issues or errors. Speaking of which, let’s take a look at the most common appliance repairs:
The Leaky Fridge
There is nothing worse than opening your refrigerator only to find water leaking inside. If your refrigerator does not have an ice maker, then this will not be an issue. This issue occurs when there is an excess of ice in your freezer that has been melted for draining purposes, but the drain is clogged by ice. Generally when this happens, it is a sign that you need a new refrigerator drain heater. On average this repair takes less than an hour and costs around $125.
A Quiet Dishwasher
If you spend a lot of time in your kitchen, you are very familiar with the sound of your dishwasher churning your dishes clean. The sound is almost relaxing. When you don’t hear water spraying around and escaping steam, you may begin to become worrisome. If your dishwasher is clearly not running properly, there is most likely something obstructing the floating switch. This fix usually only takes around ten or fifteen minutes and is less than $100.
You are noticing that your ice cubes are full of “floaties”. No one likes dirty, or impure ice. This can occur when your ice mold brakes, or you are in desperate need of a filter change. The average ice maker should last four to eight years. When it comes time to replace your ice maker it can cost anywhere from $200-$450, and takes less than an hour to replace.
If you find yourself in need of a speedy and affordable repair for any of your kitchen appliances, contact All Good Appliances today! We are open from 7am-5pm Monday through Friday. You can trust our appliance repair experts to be reliable, honest, and professional. We will handle all of your appliance needs in a timely manner with ease, and all without breaking the bank.