Nesconset Washer Repair Expert from Fleet Appliance Service Provides Tips
Local service technician shows up in time to help a customer get to the bottom of the laundry mountain
During a recent appliance service call, the washer repair man was sympathetic when he saw the huge mountain of laundry, so he got right to work diagnosing and repairing the appliance.
In his spare time, Bob Dougherty, owner of Fleet Appliance Service (http://www.fleetappliance.com) enjoys updating his website with posts about appliance repair and troubleshooting, appliance recall notices and information about finding and choosing an appliance service provider.
The customer’s large pile of laundry was the inspiration for one of Bob’s most recent posts entitled Knocking Down the Laundry Mountain. The piece contains tips for keeping ahead and preventing the mountain from growing in the first place.
The first and most critical tip is to avoid temptation to overload the washer and dryer. The washer repair man explains that this will not save time by getting the job done faster. Overloading the washer and dryer creates undue stress, causing pre-mature breakdown and higher energy bills. Clothes come out cleaner with less wrinkling when they have plenty of room to move freely during the wash cycle.
The washer repair man suggests arranging the laundry room so there is plenty of space for sorting, stain treating and folding to avoid cluttering up other rooms. Staying with it gets the job done more efficiently. This way, there is less chance of forgetting to add fabric softener to the rinse cycle, or removing items from the dryer that should not go through a complete dry cycle. With blankets and bedding, speed up drying time by tossing a couple of clean tennis balls into the dryer.
Bob Dougherty owns and operates Fleet Appliance Repair, a large appliance service company that serves customers with a friendly-neighborhood attitude. Bob Dougherty enjoys offering useful tips and information to his customers for getting the most out of all their appliances. Visit http://www.appliancerepairnesconsetnewyork.com/ to learn more.
About Fleet Appliance:
Bob Dougherty operates Fleet Appliance Corp, a member of AHASC with over 22 years in business. Their factory trained technicians provide appliance repair services on most major brands and they are licensed by Suffolk consumer Affairs. The appliance service technician will do a thorough inspection and recommend the best course of action for their customer. Fleet Appliance Repair uses only factory specified parts and fully guarantees their work.
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149 Waverly Ave
Patchogue, NY 11772
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