The short answer is who doesn’t? The full answer is usually your friends, family and neighbours. We also carry out repairs and supply appliances to Schools, Care Homes, Supported Living, Councils and many more
Our customers have rated us No.1 on Google for Sales, Spares & Repairs. This helps you know that you’re dealing with a trusted and respected company.
Our Engineers have a combined experience of over 50 years and our internal sales and service teams have great knowledge on replacement appliances and parts. We are a 1 stop shop for everything appliance related.
Our vans are fully stocked with a variety of spare parts, and appliances are always repaired in your home and usually on the 1st visit to limit disruption to your home and busy schedule.
When you call to book in your faulty appliance our service team will arrange a suitable appointment time with you and our engineers will usually arrive well within your arranged slot.
A repair by us can be as little as £25 but rest assured that the engineer will advise you as to how much it will cost to repair your appliance before work is carried out.
We accept payment by cash or card. Our engineers carry card machines on the vans and this is often the preferred method by many customers.
We pride ourselves in getting good reviews and many customers use them to aid in their decision to use us and then continue to do so.
You can easily book a repair by calling our knowledgeable service team on 01257 241619 alternatively you can book online – even when we are closed.
This is often an unbalanced load, try adding a towel to the wash and putting the machine on a rinse and spin cycle
This is a very common fault with frost free appliances and believe it or not in most cases this is easily fixed by defrosting the appliance. Try turning it off for 24 hours and leaving both of the doors open. After that turn it on again and hopefully it will work as normal.
A lot of washing machines don’t get along well with concentrated conditioner. Take out your soap drawer and clean under the siphon compartment making sure to clean the hole in the tray. Consider using a none concentrated conditioner too and this should solve your problem.
This fault usually occurs after a power cut and it is likely that your oven has defaulted to the automatic setting on the clock. Take a look and see if your clock is flashing or if there is a small ‘A’ in the corner. If this is the case then you just need to set the time correctly and your oven should then turn on. Check that it heats correctly. If it doesn’t you will then need to book a service call
We repair almost all makes of domestic appliances such as,
Hotpoint, Indesit, Belling, Ariston, Creda, LG, Samsung, Bosch, Neff, Siemens, Aeg, Zanussi, Electrolux, Sharp, Luxor, Amica, IceKing, Montpellier, Royale, Prima, Fridgemaster, Royale, Teknix, Tecnik, White Knight, Iberna, Hoover, Candy, Lamona, Blomberg and more.
We call out to all types of domestic kitchen appliances such as,
Electric Ovens, Fan Ovens, Cookers, Washing Machines, Washer Dryers, Tumble Dryers, Condenser Dryers, Dishwashers, Fridges, Freezers, Fridge Freezers
Covering Chorley, Leyland, Preston and surrounding areas
Chorley | Euxton | Buckshaw Village | Charnock Richard | Coppull | Heapey | Brinscall | Withnell | Abbey Village | Leyland | Walton le Dale | Bamber Bridge | Eccleston | Croston | Mawdesley | Tarleton | Standish | Parbold | Appley Bridge |Wrightington| |Walmer Bridge| |Hoghton |Clayton Brook| Ribbleton | Penwortham and many other areas in the northwest – north west