The drying machine is an important part of your daily life. If your dryer is out of commission, you should rush to get it repaired. The problem can only worsen over time. If you want to save yourself a much more expensive repair bill down the road, address the problem now. We are a Oakland dryer repair service provider that can help you do that affordably.
How do we provide such affordable dryer repair services? We simply charge based on the service we provide, not based on the profit we would like to take. When many competitors that provide Oakland CA with dryer repair solutions charge a premium for the replacement dryer parts, we're already a step ahead. We don't just charge fair rates on dryer parts, we drop the hourly rate, cut the service call fee, and don't charge for travelling to you, simply because you chose us for your repair.
Our team of veteran repair techs have provided dryer repair in Oakland CA for many years. We are proud to have a long list of one-time clients. Why? They're proof we know what we're doing; we fix our client's problem, then they never have a reason to call an appliance repair company again. Of course, some of our Oakland CA clients have ran into problems with other appliances, which we easily fixed.
We're not cocky, we're confident. With our team of expert repair techs, successfully completing any appliance repair job is never a problem. We also work quickly. Our staff has quick access to inventory at many parts supply stores for replacement dryer parts in Oakland CA. If you need a dryer repair in Oakland CA, we would love to help you!
When laundry piles up, it's best to do it all at once. This is because you can conserve energy as some of the heat remains within the appliance after a load is finished. To further your savings, go on an all-night laundry binge. On average, the cost of electricity is 40% cheaper in the middle of the night. While non-peak hours vary, it's usually between 9 p.m. and 7 a.m. that you can get these savings. Also, don't forget to wash the clothes with cold water as 90% of your washer's energy use comes from heating the water.