Blogs from June, 2019


If you owned your home or property for some time, then you are aware of the thousands of dollars that are spent on updating and replacing appliances.

However, you may be surprised to find that many of those replacements didn't need to be purchased at all. In fact, a simple phone call to your electrical repairman could have had your appliances running as good as new at a fraction of the cost.

If you're like most homeowners, you may have trouble differentiating between when it's time to replace an appliance and when it's time to call your electrician.

Read on for our top tips on determining when it's time to repair and when it's time to replace.

undefinedYour Appliance is Making a Sudden Unusual Noise

If your dryer is suddenly giving off a clicking noise, or your dishwasher is making a slight humming sound that it wasn't making before try not to panic. But please don't ignore the sound either.

There's a good chance that whatever caused the sudden change in your appliance's performance can be taken care of with a simple repair.

However, if you ignore the sound and allow the appliance to continue functioning incorrectly, it

may lead to further problems that will make the appliance impossible to salvage in the future.

Use your senses to notice any unusual sound, smell, or movement, coming from your device to schedule a repair as soon as a sign occurs.

Your Appliance is Less than Five Years Old

It's normal for appliances to accumulate a bit of wear and tear as the years go on.

However, the wear and tear that occurs in a five-year span is typically not enough to cause permanent damage to it.

If your appliance is still in its toddler years, there's a strong chance that whatever is wrong with it can be repaired.

You Haven't Stayed on Top of Maintenance

If you're noticing your appliances are not working as strongly as they once did, or showing some minor problems, it could be a cry for help.

If the appliance has not been receiving the maintenance it needs, it's only natural that with time its performance will decline. An electrician can easily spot any maintenance needs that the appliance may have in order to make fast and easy repairs.

You're Working with a Budget

Sometimes, you simply don't have the finances to invest in a new appliance.

However, that doesn't mean that you have to continue using a malfunctioning appliance until you're able to afford one.

Talk with your electrician to see if you're able to work out a payment plan or more flexible arrangement in order to get your clients working the way it should.

Finding the Right Electrical Repair (When it's Not Time to Replace)

If you're not ready to say goodbye to your favorite appliance, we don't blame you. Our team is here to look into any electrical repair you may need and to provide quality repair services at competitive prices.

Once you have experienced our repair services, you'll wonder why you didn't call sooner.

Call us today to see how we can help you with the right electrical repair.