Washing Machine Repair

Washing Machine Repair in Atlanta, GA - It Is Fixed Appliance Repair

Washing machines are more than just a convenience. They pay for themselves many times over when compared to the expense washing clothes at a laundromat. It Is Fixed Appliance Repair understands that your is critical to both your wallet and your schedule. That’s why we offer same day washing machine repair in Atlanta, and the entire Metro Atlanta area. We service all major brands, like Whirlpool, Kenmore, and LG. Our technicians are available seven days a week, so contact us today.

 

Washing Machine Repair Tips and Troubleshooting

My washing machine won’t drain

My washing machine won’t spin

My washing machine stops mid-cycle

My washing machine is leaking

My washing machine won’t turn on

My clothes aren’t getting clean

My washing machine leaves lint or residue on my clothes

My washing machine shakes and makes noise

My washing machine won’t unlock

Washing Machine Maintenance

If you need quality same-day service, call us at (404) 407-0071. Save $20 on your bill when you request a service call online.  

 

Washing Machine Frequently Asked Questions

Whatever appliance issues you may have, It Is Fixed Appliance Repair is here to help. If you have questions, feel free to contact us and we will do what we can to assist. Here are some of the most common questions from our customers:

 

Is It Cheaper To Replace or Repair my Washing Machine?

With installation, the average consumer spends between $600 – $1300 for a new washing machine. Plus, you may face additional costs for certain washers. For example, if you need to boost your front-loading washer up to make the door more accessible, the proprietary pedestal sold separately and can add another $100 – $250 to your overall cost. Repairing your washing machine can save hundreds of dollars. The following factors can help you determine whether it is better to replace or repair your washing machine.

 

How Old Is The Washer? – The average lifespan of a washing machine is approximately 11 years. When an appliance reaches the end of its life, repairs are often more frequent and more expensive as parts get harder to find. If your washing machine is more than eight years old, it may be time to replace.

 

Do You Have a Warranty? If your unit is still under warranty, it may reduce the cost of repair for your washing machine. Manufacturers often cover the cost of replacement parts, but not all warranties cover labor expenses, so refer to your warranty for more information.  

If your warranty allows you to choose your own repair shop, consider that a study by Consumer Reports revealed consumers are often happier and save money when they use an independent repair shop like It Is Fixed Appliance Repair versus using brand-specific service centers.

Do You Have an HE Certified Washing Machine? A High Efficiency (HE) washing machine can save you a lot of money on your utility bills. You may save enough money with an HE washing machine that over time the savings will cover the cost of a new dryer. HE washing machines don’t come without their problems, but if you have an older model the savings may be worth it.

 

Should I Turn My Clothes Inside Out While Washing?

Turning your clothes inside out is one of the easiest ways to preserve the life of your clothes.  

If you’ve ever had a soft cotton garment turn into sandpaper covered in bumps after a few washes, it is because the friction during the agitation cycle can damage and break delicate fibers. Those fibers tangle up, creating little fabric “pills” all over your garment.

Turning can also help prevent buttons, clasps, and zippers from getting snagged on other clothing. Lastly, sweat stains and odors are more effectively cleaned if the garment is inside out, allowing the detergent to make direct contact with the stain.

 

How Do I Reduce My Laundry?
If you’ve ever stood at the base of Mount Washmore, you now intimidating the laundry pile can be. However, there are a few things that can help limit your laundry.

 

Shower Before Bed

It makes sense to wash your pajamas if you don’t shower or bathe before bed. They can get soiled with the dirt and sweat of the day. However, you also carry that dirt into your bed. You can extend the time between washes for both your pajamas and your sheets if you switch to showering at night.

 

Reuse Towels

You should be clean after bathing, so it shouldn’t be necessary to wash your towels every time you use them. It is important to hang them up after use so that they can dry. After three uses, your towel should be washed.

 

Reduce the Stash

It is tempting to buy more clothes to reduce the time between loads of laundry. This can create more of a problem than it solves. You will have more clothes to wash, and over time it can be harder to motivate yourself to tackle a huge pile of dirty clothes. It’s better to streamline your closet and wash smaller loads.

 

What is the Average Cost of Washing Machine Repair in Atlanta, Georgia?

Although the cost of washing machine repair varies based on the labor and the replacement parts needed, most customers can expect to pay between $120 to $300 for washing machine repair in Atlanta and the Metro Atlanta area.

We believe in honest, upfront pricing. Our technician will inspect your washer and provide a full estimate for service. Our prices are competitive and fair. To help you save more money, we waive our service fee when you choose It Is Fixed to complete your appliance repair service.

Contact us at (404) 407-0071 for a same day appointment.

 

Brands We Service

It Is Fixed Appliance Repair provides a complete range of washer repair services in Atlanta, Georgia. All of our repairs are done in-house, meaning we don’t ship your unit out for repairs. We repair the following brands:

Whirlpool, Hotpoint, GE, Samsung, LG, Electrolux, Maytag, Amana, Sears, Kenmore, Frigidaire, Bosch, Jenn-Air, Haier.

 

Washing Machine Error Codes

Is your washer displaying an error code? You can find the solution here by selecting your brand below.

 


1 Comment

Alexandria Martinez

January 9, 2018at 1:42 am

My brother is looking into getting a washer repair. He is unsure of what he wants to do to his appliance to make it work any better than what it does now. I will be sure to let him know that if he has a warranty it may cover the costs so he doesn’t have to worry too much about the service.

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