top of page

Maintenance now or repair later: The Pros and the Cons

It's common for people to question the point of paying for a maintenance plan on a fully functional appliance.

I compare upkeep to getting an oil change for your car.

You probably don't question the inspections necessary to keep it operational and to do routine maintenance.

If you did that, the car would only last a fraction of its original lifespan.

I see this all the time with appliances like refrigerators, dishwashers, stoves, washers, and dryers; so what?

Is this the price you were hoping to find?

You see, heat powers every single one of your home's appliances.

Whether it's a matter of heat damage or excessive wear and tear from a lack of care, Andy every appliance is debatable.

If you didn't care about your car and let it go without maintenance, how long do you think it would last?

When oil is used over its intended lifespan, it affects MPG, acceleration, and temperature.

We provide thorough maintenance and inspection services to extend the life of your investment and forestall any unpleasant surprises.

About three-quarters of the repairs I've had to make could have been avoided entirely if routine maintenance had been performed.

Have the Appliance Coach or someone in your service area come out to perform maintenance once every six months to a year, and use their checklists as a guide.

I am confident that The Appliance Coach plan will not only provide a top-notch thorough inspection/maintenance but also help you get the most out of your appliance by explaining its features and their functions, what you can do to extend the life of the appliance on your own, and how we will treat your home with the utmost respect as our guest.


bottom of page