Most modern homes have a dishwasher to help out with one of everyone’s least favorite chores - the dreaded dishes. When these appliances don’t work, this can become a major time consuming problem for the household. Our dishwasher repair services make sure to find the issue at hand and eliminate it so it doesn’t come back. Whether the dishwasher is overflowing or leaking, we target the parts that lead to these types of problems. Sometimes these units stop doing their job when it comes to drying or even getting the dishes clean. Regardless of the problem, we find the permanent solution and offer the support needed to prevent future issues.
Overflowing and Drainage
One of the most common dishwasher problems is a lack of drainage leading to an overflowing unit. While this can sometimes be an issue that’s as simple clearing the drain, it can also be an indication of a larger problem - which is why having our professionals assess your equipment can help in the long run. The drain system for a dishwasher can be complicated, and often involves our technicians looking at other areas of a kitchen. These areas can include a shared sink drain, as well as following the tubes, and making sure filters are performing as they should.
While an overflowing dishwasher is usually a sign of a problem with the drain, diagnosing a leaking dishwasher can be a mystery that’s best left to our qualified experts. Though it may be a matter of a broken seal or gasket, there may also be other clogs and obstructions contributing to the matter at hand. Our dishwasher repairmen show up at a home ready to repair or replace any necessary equipment, or simply reseal and waterproof the component in question. We also assist in providing the proper cleaning and the suggested maintenance that will prevent the dishwasher from repeating similar breakage in the future.
A dishwasher that’s doing everything but drying is performing most of its major functions, but should still be looked at by a professional. A defective drying function is a sign that part of the equipment is faulty and needs repair or replacement. Our experts recommend if the issue can be resolved by using a rinse aid during wash cycles, or if there is a bigger issue at play. In some cases it might be a question of creating better ventilation or working on a damaged drying fan. Wet dishes at the end of a cycle may also indicate that the dishwasher’s thermostat needs to be readjusted or replaced.
If a dishwasher isn’t producing sparkling clean dishes, then the appliance isn’t doing its job - which is why we’re here to help! There are a number of pieces of equipment that go into achieving clean dishes at the end of the cycle, and our technicians are experts in quickly finding the culprit. Whether the spray arm is clogged, or immobilized, or the valves aren’t doing their job, we identify and rectify the issue. After returning a dishwasher to its normal function, we also aid our customers in the continuing maintenance techniques that can prevent the issue from reoccurring in the future.