Your dishwasher sends you little hints that it is about to stop working. Often, it is a simple part that is fatigued and needs replacement, but most families don’t pay much attention to their trusty dishwashers until they start leaving food particles on dishes, then a smokey film on glassware. Some Houston’s families let this slide until the family dishwasher begins to back up in the sink or stop functioning at the most popular run cycles, when moderate damage has already occurred. Even then, most of us prefer to change speeds, cycles and even water temperature than call a dishwasher service technician.
At Appliances Electrical Services, a quick service call – often fulfilled on the same day of your dishwasher service request – can mean the difference between minor and major repair.
We all know that it is simply good common sense to effect routine maintenance on your car, your teeth and major household appliances, but sometimes we forget because of strained budgets. At AES, we are commitment to help you stay within your budget and improve the need for big-ticket expenditures by keeping regularly scheduled maintenance visits to keep your dishwasher and other appliances operating at their best.
At Appliances Electrical Services, we are experts in dishwashers ranging from Bosch to GE, Whirlpool, Miele, LG, KitchenAid, Viking, Fisher and Paykel , Maytag, Kenmore, Frigidaire, Asko, and beyond. Our dishwasher repair technicians are trained on all major brands and enjoy access to training and certification on all new brand models.
You know it is time to call AES if you experience any of the following symptoms with your dishwasher:
- Smelly dishes
- Caulky film on glassware
- You smell a swampy mildew coming from your Asko dishwasher
- Water puddles or pools near the door of your Miele dishwasher
- Error message
- You LG dishwasher stops mid-cycle
- Your Bosch dishwasher takes longer than normal to complete a wash cycle
- Food and debris are stuck to your clean dishes
- You notice broken Viking dishwasher components
- Your Whirlpool dishwasher fails to drain properly
- Water backs up in your sink
- You notice a burning or rubbery smell
Many families forget that it is a good practice to rid your dishwasher of interior rust or unclean filters regularly to ensure optimal hygiene and avoid the embarrassment of serving a meal on dirty dishes. Even worse is living with the moldy smell of stagnant water somewhere behind your dishwasher that only gets worse as the putrid water seeps into subflooring and woodwork.
If your dishwasher is showing any of these symptoms, we have good news! It probably is not time for a new unit; it is just time to fix the dishwasher you have. With a quick call to Appliances Electrical Services, we can arrange a same-day service.
Don’t wait. Just like it is a good practice to see your dentist at the first hint of a toothache, it is also a smart practice to call AES when you notice first symptoms of an ailing appliance. Unfortunately, the longer you wait, the more cumbersome appliance repair problem may become. During our many years of dishwasher repair, we find that most often what is needed is a simple repair, however, when repairs prove to be more complex, Appliances Electrical Services technicians put their factory-training to work. It is standard operating procedure at AES to also check wires, gaskets and general machinery of your dishwasher to preventatively address any other potential problems.
We have all heard the old adage, “if it isn’t broken, why fix it.” Just as you change the oil in your car and give it regular maintenance, so you should protect your appliance investment with a bit of preventative care. At Appliances Electrical Services we know that in this difficult economy, most Houston residents want to repair their dishwashers rather than endure the high cost of dishwasher replacement. Not only does it make good money sense to repair your appliances, it is also the best possible thing you can do for the environment.