Your Number One Choice for Washing Machine Repair
A Non-Functioning Washing Machine? Call us to get your appliance back in working order.
Having washing machine issues? Let the experts at Gulf Coast Appliance Repair handle it. For almost 10 years, we have offered the residents of Pinellas County with quality repair services. We are experienced in repairing and servicing all washing machine makes and models. Contact us today and get the service you deserve!
Our Washing Machine Repair Services
- Washing Machine Repair & Service
- Washing Machine Belts
- Washing Machine Hoses
Washing machines are definitely the workhorse in your home. We have come to rely on them heavily. Over the years, manufacturers have had to develop new methods with the regulations on water and electricity usage. They have included computer boards and sensors inside the washing machine brains to detect load size, water temperature, gentle cycles and much more.
Technicians are having to regularly train on the latest technologies on how to diagnose and repair these more complicated machines.
Here are some common washing machine problems why people call us:
- Won’t start
- Water does not fill
- Machine violently shakes
- Does not drain water or leaks water while draining
- Makes odd noises
- Stops in mid-cycle
Gulf Coast Appliance Repair is experienced at fixing all these problems and many more
At Gulf Coast Appliance Repair, we strive to offer efficient repair services. We will finish the job in a timely and professional manner, guaranteed. When you need washing machine repair in Pinellas County, our experienced professionals are here to help. We service all makes and models of washing machines. Contact us today at 727-513-7825 to schedule your repair service!
How to Help Your Washing Machine Repair Go Smoothly
Help Us Help You and Get The Job Done Faster
The modern (i.e., electric) washing machine made its debut in 1908, but the electric washing machine that more closely resembles what we use today was widely sold in the 1940s. Housewives of the 1950s no longer had to do laundry by hand, but now there was a greater need for washing machine repairs and repairmen that could fix these bulky and large machines.
The current washing machine models are much smaller and lighter than their predecessors. You may still need two delivery guys to bring you a new machine, but the new machines are more maneuverable and longer lasting than older models.
If and when you need someone for a washing machine repair, be sure you know exactly what information to provide to the potential repair technician.
Tell the Technician What Make and Model of Washing Machine You Have
The repair technician needs to know what make and model of washing machine you have. It is difficult to come prepared to repair a machine if you do not have the right parts loaded onto the repair truck.
By telling he washing machine repair technician what you have, he or she can load all of the possible and potentially necessary replacement parts onto the truck before arriving at your home to fix your machine.
Describe the Problem in Detail
The technician will want to know what noises the machine is making. He or she will also want to know if the machine is operating or not operating.
For example, can you turn the machine on but the drum isn’t rotating? Maybe the drum is rotating but the drum is not emptying of the water and soap contents? Does the machine just stop when it gets to the rinse cycle or the spin cycle?
All of these details will help clue in the technician as to what is happening (or not happening!) to your washing machine.
Clear the Way to Your Machine
Your technician can wade through three feet of toys and laundry and kids and pets, but it makes the repairs very difficult and it takes longer to complete repairs.
Help your technician complete the job sooner by clearing a path to the machine and making sure that there is nothing around, behind, or under the machine that could prevent the technician from making the repairs. Your technician may need to completely take the machine apart, and he/she has to be able to set the pieces nearby while he/she is working on your machine.