LONG ISLAND
DRYER REPAIR

Areas We Serve

Amityville, Atlantic Beach, Babylon, Baxter Estates, Bay Shore, Bayport, Bayville, Bellerose, Bellport, Blue Point, Bohemia, Brentwood, Brightwaters, Brookhaven, Brookville, Cedarhurst, Centereach, Centerport, Central Islip, Centre Island, Cold Spring Harbor, Commack, Copiague, Coram, Cove Neck, Deer Park, East Hills, East Islip, East Moriches, East Northport, East Rockaway, East Setauket, East Williston, Eastport, Farmingdale, Farmingville, Floral Park, Flower Hill, Freeport, Garden City, Glen Cove, Great Neck, Great Neck Estates, Great Neck Plaza, Great River, Greenlawn, Hauppauge, Hempstead, Hewlett Bay Park, Hewlett Harbor, Hewlett Neck, Holbrook, Holtsville, Huntingtn Sta, Huntington, Huntington Station, Island Park, Islandia, Islip, Islip Terrace, Kensington, Kings Park, Kings Point, Lake Grove, Lake Success, Lattingtown, Laurel Hollow, Lawrence, Lindenhurst, Long Beach, Lynbrook, Malverne, Manorhaven, Massapequa Park, Mastic, Mastic Beach, Matinecock, Medford, Melville, Mill Neck, Miller Place, Mineola, Mount Sinai, Munsey Park, Muttontown, Nesconset, New Hyde Park, North Babylon, North Hempstead, North Hills, Northport, Oakdale, Old Brookville, Old Westbury, Oyster Bay, Oyster Bay Cove, Patchogue, Plandome, Plandome Heights, Plandome Manor, Port Jefferson, Port Jefferson Station, Port Washington North, Rockville Centre, Ronkonkoma, Roslyn, Roslyn Estates, Roslyn Harbor, Russell Gardens, Saddle Rock, Saint James, Sands Point, Sayville, Sea Cliff, Selden, Shirley, Smithtown, South Floral Park, Stewart Manor, Stony Brook, Thomaston, Upper Brookville, Valley Stream, West Babylon, West Islip, West Sayville, Westbury, Williston Park, Woodbury, Woodsburgh, Wyandanch, Yaphank

Dryer Repair Service Long Island

Our Service technicians Have You Covered in the Laundry Room!

Dryers are an important, time-saving device. Many people are quite reliant on this modern-day laundry-room convenience, which can be extremely aggravating if issues happen. Even if your dryer isn’t totally broken, it can be expensive to keep running if it isn’t operating efficiently. If you’ve discovered spikes in your energy expenses, sluggish drying, or another problem, schedule service to get your dryer into leading shape.

Gas & Electric Dryer Repair or Vent Maintenance.

Dryers have a rotating drum named a tumbler, which distributes heated air and evaporates wetness. The damp air produced from this procedure is pushed through the venting system to the beyond your house, including dry air, to improve the drying process. Our service technicians can repair any part of this system or clean your dryer vent to keep your house safe and running efficiently.

There are two primary kinds of dryers that we repair:

Electric – These dryers cost a little less than gas ones up-front and are also much easier and less costly to set up. Exhaust requirements are really minimal: steam venting only.

Gas – Clothes dryers operating on gas or liquid propane cost a bit more up-front than electric ones, however, they end up being the more affordable alternative over time. Specialized venting is needed.

With their specialized knowledge of your kind of dryer, our team of professionals will offer a quick diagnosis and feasible service for the issue. You can rely on Techledge Appliance Repair with your dryer repair and services.

Common Dryer Issues We Fix

  • Your dryer won’t run.
  • Your dryer isn’t producing heat.
  • The drum doesn’t spin.
  • Your dryer gets too hot.

Dryer Brands We Commonly Service

  • Samsung
  • Whirlpool
  • Maytag
  • Kenmore
  • LG
  • GE

and more..

Reviews

I will happily call this business once again and continuously request Andrew initially if he is readily available.

Taisiya, Brentwood, NY

Exceptional service! A representative really addressed the phone. She set up a consultation for the following day. Jerry appeared precisely when he stated he would, and it took all of 10 minutes to fix and repair our Samsung refrigerator for an affordable rate. It does not improve than that!

Jane, Freeport, NY

The best service. They are fast, incredibly competent, and friendly! I called them, and they had an appointment available two days later. They were able to fix my oven right away. I recommend them.

Sergey, Commack, NY

Excellent service, very professional and knowledgeable.

Maiya, Bay Shore, NY

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Laundry Dryer Repair Tips

Here are some recommendations to help you troubleshoot when your dryer isn’t working effectively, no matter what brand it is, and make some easy repairs. These may save you the cost of a service call or get rid of some concerns, so the problem is much easier for the professional to fix.

Dryer Won’t Start.

If the dryer doesn’t start, check to be sure that the dryer is plugged in. This appears so easy; however, you don’t require a repair professional to do it. Connections can get bumped loose by pets or fallen items.

The dryer Is Plugged in, however, Still Won’t Work.

As soon as you’ve made certain the dryer is effectively plugged into the electrical outlet, however, it still won’t work, it’s time to examine your main house electrical box to check if a fuse has gone or a circuit breaker has actually tripped. You may be able to change the fuse or turn the breaker back on. This is an excellent time to inspect the voltage in the outlet with a voltage meter. Be sure that your outlet is working effectively. If not, call an electrical contractor right away!

If you own a gas dryer, make sure that the pilot light is lit and have a sufficient gas supply if the dryer is fueled with liquid propane. Both electric and gas dryers need 240 volts to operate.

Dryer power cables can likewise stop working. Check the voltage and change it if required.

Dryer Runs but Doesn’t Heat.

If a dryer turns on and after that shuts off really quickly (under 5 minutes or two), it is typically a problem with either the thermostat or thermal resistor. The thermal fuse “blows” and shuts off the dryer to prevent overheating.

You can inspect the temperature level sensing unit with a voltage meter to figure out if it is working appropriately. While you’re examining these aspects, also inspect the heating aspect and timer to be sure they are getting power.

Dryer Is Making a Clanking Noise.

Stop the drying cycle and check within.

  • Are all buckles attached?
  • Are zippers zipped?
  • Exist coins, mobile phones, or keys taking a spin?
  • Eliminate the culprits, and the sound should stop.

If your dryer is still loud and vibrates, it is off-balance. You should take steps to level the dryer, or it will never be peaceful and more damage to the structure can occur.

If the dryer is making shrieking or squealing sounds, the problem is worn drum bearings or supports. Unless you are accommodating with tools, this will require a repair professional since the entire system needs to be taken apart.

It Takes Forever for Clothes to Dry.

If it takes permanently for a load of clothes to dry and your clothes come out covered in lint, clear out that dust filter! If the dust filter is full, then air is not streaming freely, and your machine is required to work longer than needed.

After you clear the filter, offer it a good cleaning to eliminate any residue from the anti-static sheet. It would be good to use a little bit of rubbing alcohol to clean the electronic moisture sensing units (one or two little metal strips inside the dryer drum). You’ll get your dryer working more effectively and avoid a possible fire.

Filter Is Cleared, and Things Still Won’t Dry.

If your filter is cleared and the dryer is warming up, but it is still taking too long to dry clothes; there are 2 things to check. Is the dryer vent system kinked, stopped up, or disconnected? Usage at long-handled bristle brush to clear out the dryer vent. The vent ought to be as short as possible between the machine and the outside exhaust vent to prevent blockages. If the venting system is long and you can’t reach the whole length with a brush, utilize a leaf blower to clean up the system or hire an expert.

If you still have a versatile white plastic dryer hose, change it! It is a fire trap waiting on the disaster, so brand-new structure codes require a rigid dryer vent.

Now, go outside and inspect the outdoors vent. Many are created with a trap door that only opens when dryer air and lint are blown out. If the vent hood gets covered with lint, the trap door can’t open. This is typically a problem in high humidity environments. Review it every several months, you’ll be amazed at the quantity of lint you discover.

Just how much does it cost to repair a dryer?

The national average cost for dryer repair is $170. This cost shows the job’s total cost, including parts, labor charges, and service charges. Many appliance repair service technicians charge a flat charge once they identify what repair work is required and which device parts will be needed.

If your dryer is acting odd, investing in repair services is typically much cheaper than buying a replacement dryer. New dryers cost anywhere from $400 for entry-level to $2,000, or more, for the top of the line. Here’s the scoop on dryer repair cost to conserve some cash and save your dryer from the landfill.

What Affects the Cost of Dryer Repair?

Home appliance brand, type of repair required, service charge, device parts needed, your ZIP code, and the appliance repair service technician’s per-hour rates all affect the cost of dryer repair.

Why you should choose us for your dryer repair service.

Whether you’re looking for dryer vent cleaning, dryer servicing, or a brand new high-grade clothes dryer, Techledge Appliance Repair Long Island can assist. We’re your best choice for fast and easy regional maintenance and servicing of both gas and electric dryers. Whether your dryer is setting out an intense smell, your dryer won’t fume, or your dryer door opens the incorrect way, you can count on appliance repair for the very best dryer service technicians in the business. Service technicians that are regionally licensed and vetted, with the skills to get your dryer up and running once again.

If you’d like to know whether one of our dryer repair techs can address your issue, ask or book your dryer repair visit online.