Commercial Washing Machine Repair
Is Your Washing Machine Acting Up? Mr. Appliance Can Help.
For business owners, the convenience of a commercial washing machine is often overlooked. You may not realize just how important this appliance really is until it stops working. Luckily, you don’t have to be without it for long when you turn to the professionals at Mr. Appliance® for help. We can handle any and all of your commercial appliance repairs in a snap – and, more importantly, on your schedule.
We can repair almost any type of commercial washing machine, including:
- Top-loading washing machines
- Front-loading washing machines
- Combination, or stackable, units
- Compact washing machines
You can count on our courteous, uniformed technicians to arrive promptly at your scheduled service time because we know that, when it comes to business, time is money. We will also provide an accurate price quote before we start any work, so you don’t have to worry about hidden fees. We only expect you to pay by the service, not by the hour, which is why we also never charge an overtime fee.
Trouble with Your Coin-Operated Washing Machine?
When your business relies on the functionality of appliances, it is important to schedule regular service. Running a coin-operated laundry facility requires constant maintenance to prevent loss of income or customers. If you need fast and effective repairs done on your coin-op washing machines, be sure to call on Mr. Appliance®. You could have any number of problems on your hands when your commercial washing machine is acting up. The good news is that we are here to help.
Our experts can repair all types of washing machine issues, including:
The washing machine isn’t spinning.
If your washing machine has stopped spinning, you may have a defective lid switch or lid plunger, burned out spin solenoid or cut wires.
The machine vibrates excessively.
If your washing machine shakes or vibrates excessively, it may not be leveled properly. You could also have worn damper pads or snubber pads.
Water is not draining properly.
If your washing machine continues to retain water, a defective pump, worn drive belt or clogged drain hose may be the cause of your problems.
The washing machine leaks.
If your washing machine is leaking, excess soap, drain pipe clogs, loose hoses or leaking pumps or tubs could be the source of the problem.
When laundry equipment breaks down, it can result in major setbacks for your business. Don’t go another day without calling the appliance repair technicians at Mr. Appliance! Our parts and labor are guaranteed for one full year, so you have nothing to lose by calling on us for help. Get the fast and effective repairs you need by contacting Mr. Appliance today at (888) 998-2011.