Searching for someone to fix your dryer? You've come to the right place. At Mr. Appliance of Chattanooga, we're backed by over 1,500 positive reviews. When it comes to dryers, we've seen it all. From from dryer tumblers that don't spin to dryers that don't produce heat, call us for speedy, expert service. Perhaps best of all - our services come with a one-year parts and labor warranty.
Why Choose Us to Repair Your Dryer?
There's nothing like the quick, professional work of a repairman to get your dyer back up and running.
After all, we rely on our dryers just like you do. To us, you aren't just another job to add to our schedule. We view you as a neighbor in need for professional service.
At Mr. Appliance of Chattanooga:
- We Offer Up-Front, Flat-Rate Pricing
- We've Served Hundreds of Happy Customers
- We Arrive On Time & in Branded Uniforms
- We Warranty Our Dryer Repairs As Per Our Neighborly Done Right Promise™
At Mr. Appliance of Chattanooga, we've seen and repaired numerous dryers over our years in business. You can trust our Chattanooga dryer repairmen for speedy, expert service.
Our Chattanooga Dryer repair Services
Below we list some of the brands, models, and dryer repairs we can fix.
These are not exhaustive lists. If you don't see your dryer's brand, model, or issue, please still give us a call for speedy, expert service.
Dryer Brands We Can Repair
Below is a list of just some brands we can service:
We can also repair high-end dryers made by:
- Speed Queen
Types of Dryers We Can Repair
We can repair both gas and electric dryers without any issue.
Below are some of the models we can service and repair:
- Front-Loading Dryers
- Top-Loading Dryers
- Stackable Dryers
- Smart Dryers
- Vented Dryers
- Ventless Dryers
- Condenser Dryers
- Heat Pump Dryers
What Are the Most Common Dryer Problems?
Some of the most frequent dryer problems we can fix include:
- Noisy and Shaky Dryers
- Dryers That Don't Thoroughly Dry Clothes
- Dryers That Turn On and Off Quickly
- Dryers That Don't Turn On
- Dryers That Don't Get Hot
- Drums That Refuse to Spin
- Longer Than Usual Drying Cycles
Is it Worth it to Repair a Dryer?
Yes - it's worth seeing if your dryer can be repaired. New dryers can be pricey, especially if you have a higher-end model made by Speed Queen or Miele. Plus, new dryers can be a headache to shop for.
Our dryer repair services are designed with your needs in mind. Generally speaking, having your dryer repaired can save you thousands of dollars and get it back in working order quickly.
Having said that - there are times when buying a replacement is more cost-effective. The rule of thumb is: repair your dryer if the repair costs are half the cost or less than a replacement.
At Mr. Appliance of Chattanooga, we perform a thorough diagnosis and review all options with you. We'll provide advice on which option is the most cost-effective for you.
What Causes a Dryer to Stop Working?
A dryer is a powerful appliance that can be prone to various issues that can cause it to stop working.
Below are a few things that could cause your dryer to stop working:
- Worn-Out Motors. The motor is the key component for any dryer and if it fails then it will no longer be able to power the machine. Over time, the bearings in the motor can wear out from continuous use and heat buildup. This will not only reduce its efficiency but also cause the motor to eventually die altogether.
- Faulty Thermostats. Faulty thermostats are another common cause for dryers failing. These devices regulate the temperature within your dryer's drum and can break due to age and use.
- Broken or Loose Heating Elements. Furthermore, heating elements located behind the drum can become loose or broken over time. This can cause your dryer to overheat which will then require replacement parts in order to repair it.
- Failing Timer or Cycling Knob. In addition, timers on older dryers are more prone to malfunctions due to intricate electrical components.
- Clogged Dryer Vents. Clogged dryer vents are a major contributor as well since they decrease overall air circulation. This causes excessive heat buildup inside your dryer and can lead to damage such as melted wires and even fires if left unattended for too long.