For most of us, when our appliances break down, it happens at the most inconvenient times. Why? Because we take them for granted and don’t do a maintenance check-up to keep them working in proper condition. It is usually when we need to use them on that particular day that microwaves, ovens, dishwashers, laundry, and dryer machines stop working and as a necessity for our daily lives we need them more than ever.
But what happens when they suddenly stop working? The number one mistake most people make is to keep them running while they are making weird sounds, or attempting to fix the problem without any knowledge. This trial and error situations can lead to further damages, resulting in expensive costs that could’ve been prevented if a professional checked them first. So, how can you be prepared to handle a malfunctioning unit? Knowing that a reliable company like Rush Hour Appliance Repair can come to you any time of the day is good news!
Inconvenient situations like this are not planned, but having our company maintain your units before they break down as a preventable measure is something every homeowner should do. In cases where your appliance stops working, don’t hesitate to call in our experts to diagnose and fix your appliance promptly.
We are a trusted appliance repair service located in South Florida, serving Miami, Broward, and Palm Beach Counties. We guarantee same day service, ensuring your phone call will be answered, and our service unit will be on its way.
Appliance inconveniences happen, and emergencies with household appliances are a part of life. Don’t wait to call the right repair service to get your appliance back normal and working to its peak capacity. So, next time you have an appliance emergency, call us at 954-675-4995 and we’ll help you get your day back on track.
Refrigerator Problems? Hire an Appliance Repair Technician
Ice and frost build-up in the freezer – This usually means that there is a problem in the self-defrost system. Test the three components in the self-defrosting system, the defrost heater, the defrost thermostat, or the defrost timer.
You may have damaged refrigerator or freezer door gaskets. When you open the freezer door, you also let in a blast of warm, often humid air. This moisture usually freezes onto the evaporator coils immediately.