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Dryer Safety Inspections
Price: $49.00* plus parts
Let me take a look at your dryer along with the venting to make sure it is working properly and that your home is safe. A multipoint inspection doesn’t take very long but I often am able to resolve issues that may save you money in the long run. *Price is for the safety inspection only, but will be applied to additional recommended services. Estimate given at time of service.
Dryer Vent Repair/Installations
Starting at $49.99* plus parts
Have an existing dryer vent not working properly or maybe it wasn’t installed per code requirements? Or do you need a new dryer vent installed where one wasn’t before. I can complete the process from design, to installation to inspection. *Price is for the vent inspection only, but will be applied to additional recommended services. Estimate given at time of service.
Dryer Vent Cleaning
Price: $99.00* plus parts
A clean dryer vent will reduce drying times which will reduce wear and tear on your clothes, your dryer and save you money in the process. Oh, and don’t forget, the most likely cause of a home fire is right there in your laundry room. Let me take care of the work and make sure you are safe in your home. *Price is labor only, parts, supplies, vents requiring roof or ladder access are additional. Estimate given at time of service.
Dryer Service & Repair
Price: $129.00* plus parts
Dryer not working? I can help. As a master appliance technician, I have the skills, the knowledge and the tools needed to ensure your dryer is repaired properly so you can get back to your life. I specialize in dryers just like yours so I know how to quickly identify and repair the issue. This saves you time and money. *Repair services are for labor only, any parts or supplies needed will be additional. Should you decide not to have the dryer repaired, I do ask for $49 to cover my travel and diagnostic expenses.
Need help with something else? Give me a call, I would love to help.
Washer repair on a dryer repair blog? Sure, the washer really is the partner in the laundry room and since they work so well together, I find it to be just as important to maintain one as the other.
And probably the easiest thing you can do to ensure limiting potential home damage is to replace your washer fill hoses every 5 years. You see, if one of these should fail, it would be like taking your garden hose, tossing it in the widow, turning on the water then leaving. A whole lot of water will be waiting when you return and water is a great source of damage to homes these days.
Years ago, washers came with fill hoses, they were installed and then never thought of again. That is unless you were unlucky enough to have one fail. But for the most part, many of us have been fortunate enough to never experience a problem.
Now enter the era of litigation. Manufacturers got tired of repairing peoples homes so they either stopped including hoses with the new washer, or if they did, the hose is stamped with the date of manufacturer and a nice little note is included in the washer use and care guide that states the hoses are to be replaced every 5 years.
Of course we all read those manuals. But the point is should you have a problem, you call your insurance company and they take care of it. And contrary to popular belief, your insurance company isn’t in the business of paying claims, they are in the business of assigning blame then sueing. So when the hose of the past failed, they sued the manufacturer who paid to repair your home and life went on.
Today when a hose fails, and you as the homeowner ignored the 5 year replacement warning, the manufacturer now has an easy out from taking responsibility and your insurance company is left holding the bag. Of coarse they will pay to repair your home, but they too will get their money back from you in increased rates, or even reducing or dropping your coverage.
So really replacing your washer fill hoses every 5 years is a gift to you and your home. And if I can give a little free advice, even with new hoses, when taking a trip away from home, turn off the water to your appliances because no one like to get home from vacation to find a swimming pool in your home. Unless you live with an indoor swimming poor then this blog post was pretty much a waste of your time.
Model #41779052991 this smaller gas dryer, made by Frigidaire by the way, seemed to be working fine, but while I was out doing some work on the washer, the customer asked if I could have a look and make sure everything was alright. With no specific complaint, I set...
A very large part of what I do on a daily basis is dryer vent cleaning. This process is necessary because the performance and functionality of your dryer has everything to do with how well the dryer is breathing. Your dryer moves a lot of air during operation and...
Model #DEGX2, this dryer from Fisher & Paykel is rather unique in the world of clothes dryers in that it loads from the top, and the drying drum is mounted on a horizontal axis from side to side. A design that works great with their high efficiency top load...
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