We are a leading Gresham washer repair business with a team full of certified technicians that have extensive experience providing washer repair services in the Gresham OR area.
Our technicians have worked with every popular make of washer dating back the past couple of decades. There is no job that can intimidate us. From washers making squeaky noises to not spinning or even powering on, we have dealt with it all.
Our licensed technicians are on hand to visit your home in the Gresham OR area shortly after you contact us. The technician that visits you will identify the problem and create a repair solution after figuring out the problem and determining if any washer parts need replaced. A written estimate will then be provided for your review. The actual cost will be factored after visiting a supplier for the needed washer parts in Gresham OR. However, the estimates are fairly accurate as they reference values from the Major Appliance Service National Price Guide.
We specify all costs in your written estimate. This includes the cost of washer parts and labor. We do not hide any fees. Our service call fee will be charged if no repair is ordered, but it is waived with any washer repair. A $10 discount is thrown in on your first repair as well if you choose us for your required washer repair in Gresham OR.
Our team of repair technicians are highly trained and prepared to offer a quick and courteous service. Give us a call if you need a washer repair in Gresham OR and we will send one of our friendly technicians out to get your appliance repair needs taken care of once and for all.
Try to keep your fabric softener (liquid) use to a minimum. Ideally, you should not use any more than a teaspoon for each load of laundry. The same is true for bleach, but to a lesser extent. Two tablespoons per load is acceptable for regular bleach, but concentrated bleach should be limited to one tablespoon per load. These cutbacks are especially important if you are using a washing machine that’s labelled as high efficiency. These machines take a much smaller amount of water, so there is less fabric softener needed to achieve the same concentration level.
Express Appliance Repair of Gresham