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Finding a tradesman for washing machine repair
Having to deal with a broken down appliance is never fun. Over time, several things can go wrong with a washing machine that can cause it to stop washing clothes properly, leak water or even refuse to work at all. Finding an appliance repairer can also be a job all its own, but you can find your ideal hire in no time at all with Plentific. The Plentific website can quickly generate a bespoke contact list of the best appliance repairers in your local area; once you post a job, you’ll start receiving customised quotes from highly qualified candidates. Best of all, each and every job booked via Plentific will be covered by the Plentific Guarantee.
What do you need to know about washing machine repair?
To make your project go as smoothly as possible, you will want to make sure that your appliance repairer will have proper access to your washing machine and that their work area will be clear of clutter. Your repairer will inspect your washing machine to let you know about the nature of the fault and they should then provide you with a quote for the repair job. Remember to check whether you still have an active warranty from when your washing machine was first installed!
The cost of repairing a washing machine will depend on the type of fault, the time taken to fix it and the price of any replacement parts. Certain components will be more expensive than others, with motors costing up to around £200. Try to collect as many quotes as you can and ask your candidates for a breakdown of their costs. You may find that certain candidates can get the parts cheaper than others.
When looking for a tradesman, it is important to properly screen your candidates. Washing machine repair may not require any qualifications, but your final candidate should have several years of experience at the very least. They may also have finished an apprenticeship or similar industry recognised course.
Be sure to look over the customer reviews for each of your candidates; not only will these let you know more about the quality of a candidate’s work, but they can also let you know about how a candidate behaves on the job. Do they turn up and get their work finished on time? Are they polite? Are they happy to answer questions?
One final thing to do before making our final hire is to ensure that your chosen candidate is properly covered. An appliance repairer will usually have public liability insurance as standard, but they should also be able to offer you a warranty for your repair job.