How many times have you had someone come out to fix a problem with your washer, dryer, refrigerator, oven, or dishwasher? In our field, most things break, eventually.
What if it didn't have to be that way?
What if you could stop the breakdown from occurring?
At least for another couple years?
Would you like to know how to accomplish this?
Stupid query? Maybe, but I get a lot of calls from people who have no idea how much soap has been concentrated, or that filling a dishwasher below the tines of the rack rather than on them can prevent damage, or that the lint filer on a dryer should be cleaned after and/or before every load.
As an informed customer, you will only see people like me during preventative maintenance plans and longer durations between pricey repairs.
Things that are simple but effective strategies to live longer.
With each maintenance visit, we provide education that might be highly valuable.
We are aware of common errors and offer non-aggressive methods for correcting them.
The Appliance Coach, like many quality servicers, wants you to have broad knowledge on how to keep your appliance's efficiency as it was designed.
Manufacturers have also made an attempt.
They have not only kept up with more severe energy and environmental regulations than ever before, but they have also provided you with the tools you need to maintain the optimum efficiency of your appliances in the form of a use and care guide or owner's manual. As a seasoned technician, I know to read your manuals, service notes, hints, bulletins, and so on.
The bottom line: This is where we obtain vital information for servicing your machine. Without being condescending, which is not my intention, wouldn't it be a good idea to read what the engineers who developed your appliance wrote for you in order to make the most of your purchase?
Never mentioned your skill, only specific knowledge gathered using what you genuinely have at your fingertips and likewise available online for the majority.