Even with infrequent use, your appliances may need to be repaired from time to time. Most people use their washer, dryer, and other appliances on a regular basis. This means that appliances may need repair service sooner than later.
Getting Your GE Appliances Fixed
Your area may have a number of different businesses that fix appliances. How do you decide which business to hire to fix your washer and dryer? Here are some good tips.
- Check with reliable family and friends. The people that you know should be able to give you tips on reliable businesses.
- Check around to find businesses that offer what you need. Some service providers are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Other service providers only repair items during business hours.
- You should start shopping for providers before your appliances need to be serviced!
- The business should be experienced in fixing the type of appliances that you have. Some shops only fix GE appliances for example. If you have a GE appliance, they you should choose a shop that is experienced in fixing that type of appliance.
- Reading online reviews about shops that fix appliances may also be helpful if you are still uncertain about which shop you should choose.
Maintaining Your Appliances
Proper maintenance is necessary to keep your appliances running properly. Carefully follow the instruction manual that came with your appliance for the best results. Here are some additional tips which may also be helpful.
- Read the warranty agreement to make sure that you don’t void your warranty accidentally.
- Use detergent as instructed and do not use any more than necessary.
- Carefully follow the directions for using fabric softener if you choose to do so.
- Clean your appliances as necessary for best results.
- Thoroughly clean the lint trap of your dryer after each each load is finished. Lint can pose a fire hazard.
- Keep your maintenance papers and instructions in a safe place along with your receipt of sale and other important documentation. Keep track of any important expiration dates and call a fix it shop if necessary before that time. Make sure to call the shops that have been approved before hand by the underwriting company if necessary.
By following these tips, you should be able to keep your appliances in good condition, even if you and your family use them frequently.