A to Z Appliance

Washing Machine Repair Service

Is your washing machine making strange noises? Has it developed a leak? Is it just not performing at its best? Then you need to call A to Z Appliance Repair Service! We're your source for complete washing machine repair in Los Angeles County and Orange County. Don't waste money buying a brand new washer when you can get your existing washing machine fixed--we're the smart solution for cost-effective maintenance and repairs! Call today to learn how the washer repair experts at A to Z Appliance Repair Service can help you. With years of experience in appliance repair, the professionals at A to Z Appliance Repair Service have the expertise to quickly and correctly diagnose your washing machine problems. And when it comes to washers, the diagnosis is key: although the repair itself is often straightforward, determining the cause of the issue can be quite difficult due to the complicated motors, timers, and sensors. The A to Z appliance repair staff are fully trained and qualified to accurately determine the source of your washing machine problem and competently repair it--that means we'll have your washer back in tip-top shape in no time. And, because we carry most common parts in our trucks we can provide on-the-spot maintenance for almost any repair. So whether your washing machine problems are electrical or plumbing related, give A to Z Appliance Repair Service a call. We're your one-stop shop for total washer repair. We frequently provide same-day service, so your laundry won't even have time to pile up. Let us help you save money with washing machine repair--give the pros at A to Z Appliance Repair Service a call ASAP. A washing machine, or washer, is a machine designed to clean laundry, such as clothing, towels and sheets. The term is mostly applied only to machines that use water as the primary cleaning solution, as opposed to dry cleaning (which uses alternative cleaning fluids, and is performed by specialist businesses) or even ultrasonic cleaners. All washer machines work by using mechanical energy, thermal energy, and chemical action. Mechanical energy is imparted to the clothes load by the rotation of the agitator in top loaders, or by the tumbling action of the drum in front loaders. Thermal energy is supplied by the temperature of the wash bath. Modern washing machines are available in two configurations: top loading and front loading. The top loading design, most popular in Australia, Canada, the United States and Latin America, places the clothes in a vertically-mounted perforated basket that is contained within a water-retaining tub, with a propeller-like agitator in the center of the bottom of the basket. Clothes are loaded through the top of the machine, which is covered with a hinged door. During the wash cycle, the outer tub is filled with water sufficient to suspend the clothing freely in the basket, and the movement of the agitator pulls the clothing downward in the center towards the agitator paddles. The clothing then moves outward and up the sides of the basket to repeat the process. Top-loaders are not well-suited to cleaning large objects such as pillows or sleeping bags due to the tendency for them to just float on the surface of the water without circulating, and the aggressive agitator action can damage delicate fabrics.

Three Easy Ways to Schedule Your Service Appoitment With Us:

1. Call Toll Free Number at: (888) 554-ATOZ (2869)

2. By Scheduling Online Service Appoitment HERE

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Top Reasons Why Our Customers Choose Us:

1Daily Online Discounts

1Multiple Appliance Discount

1Free Estimate with Repair

1Service All Brands

1We are ON TIME EVERY TIME or the trip charge is FREE

1We have the area's largest local inventory of replacement parts.

15 Years Warranty on Parts

1Specialize in High-End Appliances

1Professional & friendly customer service staff.

1Conscientious, reliable and loyal appliance service & repair technicians.

1All of our service technicians are DCA licensed, insured and certified.

1Additional protection for your home: your counters and other surfaces are protected.