Awesome service and a reasonable price. Mak helped me fix my fridge when it hadn't been working for a long time. He helped me diagnose the problem over the phone and then walked me through the potential problem before we booked an appointment. Straight forward and honest. I have already recommended the business to a friend who needs help with their appliances.
Household Dryer Repair
WE ARE PROFESSIONAL, RELIABLE AND AFFORDABLE
Our company Dryer Repair Edmonton repairs dryers in Edmonton and the surrounding areas!
We repair dryers on-site. We use only original parts for all our repairs, our experienced, and qualified technicians are licensed and insured technicians. Every repair includes a warranty for 12 months. We understand your concern for quality services. And with that in mind we offer thorough repairs for all brands of dryers. Dryer Repair Edmonton is able to diagnose and repair this includes Samsung, Whirlpool, LG, Maytag, Amana, Electrolux, and many more…
All repairs are done in-home, and we have most of the parts in stock to fix your dryer on the spot. We provide repairs in many parts in Edmonton Alberta, Shorewood Park, St. Albert and surrounding areas Contact our office to find out if we service in your area.
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Dryer Repair Edmonton - How to request a service call?
We offer SAME-DAY dryer repairs in Edmonton and the surrounding areas
Available 6 DAYS A WEEK
Up to 1 YEAR WARRANTY on all dryer repairs!
For efficient service: information we need from you:
- Check the vent. Sometimes dryer vents are clogged from the outside by bird nests or other obstructions. If the dryer can’t vent, all the moisture stays inside, preventing your clothes from drying and making it seem like there’s no heat.
- Check that you’re getting enough power to the dryer. In older homes, the breaker can be weak, which results in the dryer not working properly.
- Clean the sensor that tells the dryer when the clothes are dry. You can find out how to do this by reading the owner’s manual that came with the dryer. Also, if you’re drying a very small load, the wet clothes may not touch the sensor, so the dryer will ‘think’ the clothes are dry and turn off, leading you to think you need dryer repair.