You may be wondering what you should know before calling an appliance repair company. This blog post is designed to give you the information you need to make a smart decision! We’ll discuss questions you can ask, as well as things that are important to consider before hiring someone for repairs.
Questions to Ask an Appliance Repair Company:
What are your rates? Do you offer a warranty on your repairs? What type of repair do you specialize in? Can you provide me with references? Do you have liability insurance? What is your policy on refunds if the repair is unsuccessful? How long will the repair take? What parts will be used in the repair? What is your policy on refunds if I decide to cancel the repair?
Things to Consider Before Hiring an Appliance Repair Company:
How long has the company been in business? Is the company licensed and insured? Does the company have a good reputation online? How much will it cost for the repairs? What type of warranty or guarantee does the company offer?
We hope this blog post has helped you to understand what you should know before calling an appliance repair company. For more information, please don’t hesitate to contact us! We would be happy to answer any questions you may have. Thanks for reading!
What type of noise is your refrigerator making? Is the appliance noisy when it’s running, or does it make an unusual sound when you push a button or open and close the door? Does this sound happen at certain times? If so, be sure to write down exactly what time that occurs. Give us as much detail about sounds coming from the appliance as you can.
Is your refrigerator keeping things cold enough? Check the temperature inside of your fridge with a thermometer. The ideal temperature for refrigeration is 40 degrees Fahrenheit or below.
Is the water dispenser on your refrigerator not working? If you’re trying to get cold water, check to make sure that the freezer is set to “ice.” Some models have this setting in a separate area from where you find your temperature settings. If it’s not in the freezer, check to make sure that the line from your water supply is clear of debris.
Do you have a refrigerator with ice maker functionality? Check to be sure there isn’t an issue with the water filter and replace it if necessary. Also, ensure that all parts are properly attached and there is no ice build-up in the ice maker or dispenser.