Amid the worst of the pandemic, the appliance repair industry saw a boom in in-home calls for appliance repairs. That boom is still going. Covid-19 has changed much about the world, and one of those things is people are spending more time in their homes. They’re eating at home more often than before, using those major appliances. People have also realized that major appliances can be repaired rather than just replaced if the problem is adequately addressed early enough.
There is a lot that can go wrong with major home appliances. Take washers and dryers, for example. Laundry isn’t anyone’s favorite chore, but it can become even more daunting if something goes wrong with the machines. Washers can back up and drain slowly or not at all. With dryers, heating elements can start to act up, making it take significantly longer to dry a load of laundry. On higher-end washers and dryers, the computer boards can malfunction, causing loss of power or settings not to display. These issues are all basic repairs that can be handled with a certified technician, costing far less than replacing the appliance entirely.
Oven and stove repairs are another type of appliance repair that has increased significantly throughout the pandemic. Issues that were not noticed when people ate out became apparent when everyone needed to stay home. For example, ovens can have heating problems that make them bake unevenly, not reach the temperature required to bake things, or even stop heating altogether. Certified technicians are trained to diagnose and repair stoves and ovens alike. They can often have the appliance back in working order rapidly. So those who have taken up bread baking or mastering the art of sugar cookies can breathe a little easier.
Refrigerators and freezers are critical, and having them fail can cost more than just the repair. With the steadily increasing cost of groceries, a freshly stocked fridge or freezer suddenly not working can be a considerable loss. This can be avoided by knowing some signs that a refrigerator or freezer needs to be repaired. A fridge with problems will often have issues like food going bad faster than it should or not being cold enough. Both refrigerators and freezers also usually start to make new noises. That’s when to call in for a repair service before it’s too late.
Dishwashers are seeing more use these days and can often have severe problems like water leaking or failing to drain. When it comes to water problems, it’s always best to call in a professional appliance repair. Water and electricity become a dangerous mix. Trained certified professionals know the steps to take to diagnose and repair the problem with a leaky dishwasher without putting themselves or anyone else at risk.
About Prime Appliance Repairs
Prime Appliance Repairs is an appliance repair company specializing in fixing large appliances like washers, dryers, dishwashers, refrigerators, ovens, stoves, freezers, and even wine coolers. Their technicians are certified and qualified to offer diagnostics and repair. They serve a variety of locations, including but not limited to Toronto, Hamilton, Halton Hills, Oakville, Milton, and Vaughan. They provide service for all major brands of appliances, including GE, Kitchenaid, True, Kenmore, Viking, and Sub-Zero, among many others.
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