Never try fixing a washing machine on your own, unless you have previous washer repair experience and all the right tools for the job.
If the wrong washer repair is made, you could easily cost yourself more than a new one just to get the current machine fixed. This is because some washer parts are very expensive and you only want to buy them if they are absolutely needed.
We are a Denver washer repair company that has a rich history of offering reliable washer repair in Denver CO and know how to find the most cost-effective solution for every washer repair we face. For instance, if your washer is already eight years old we might suggest a few 'patch jobs' that would cut corners and, while the machine would last a few years less, it would still stretch its life a little bit.
The benefit of this is that you can better prepare for a new model, and once you get a new one it will be as efficient as possible. We respect every Denver CO client we take on, and this is shown by our honest and our more than fair billing system. Basically, we charge for washer repair in Denver CO based on the realized costs for washer parts, and then our labor rates. In the end, each of our clients pays much less than they would from most of our competitors as a result of our fair billing. See for yourself by giving us a call and scheduling a diagnostics visit at your Denver CO home.
From there, you can hire us if you like the price quote or pass on the repair if not. We further make sure our rates are fair by charging what we are charged for washer parts in Denver CO, which means any corporate or special savings we get are also offered to you.
Has there been a time when you had too much laundry to handle? If so, you probably know how tempting it is to just fit as much as you possibly can into your washing machine. However, overloading your washer is definitely a bad idea. The excessive weight can severely wear on the primary motor. This can prevent the washer from starting its spin cycle. The result, as you would expect, is fully soaked clothes. While the acceptable amount of weight will vary depending on your model of washing machine, a general rule of thumb is to keep loads under 13lbs.