Atlanta Metro Washer and Dryer Repair

GFY Appliance Repair has the area’s most experienced Atlanta Metro Washer and Dryer Repair technicians. As a family-owned local business, we strive to provide each and every customer with fast, reliable service. That’s why we work on most major brands, including Maytag, GE, Whirlpool, LG, Samsung, Frigidaire, and more.

Whether you’re having trouble with a front-loading washer, an electric dryer, or even a stacked combo unit, our expert technicians have the know-how needed to get it back up and running quickly. Don’t fall victim to an inexperienced novice when you can go with the pros at GFY! Call us today for your washer and dryer repair in the Atlanta Metro area.

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GFY’s Washer and Dryer Repair Pledge

Living without laundry appliances is near impossible. That’s why we offer the area’s fastest, most professional repair service.

Our service vehicles are stocked with common repair parts, but if we don’t have what we need, we’ll have your part in 24-48 hours when available.

All completed laundry appliance repairs are backed by a complete 1-Year Warranty. We stand by our work!
Your home is your castle, and our technicians will treat it that way by cleaning their workspace and leaving your home looking just as good as when they arrived.

Every GFY service technician lives and works in your local area. You’re more than customers to us; you’re our neighbors.

Troubleshooting Common Washer and Dryer Problems

It only takes a few days of living without working laundry appliances to be reminded just how important they are. Your daily routine shouldn’t include navigating through piles of dirty clothes and trips to the laundromat. What you need is reliable Atlanta Metro Washer and Dryer Repair right away. The good news is that you’ve found us, the local experts in laundry appliance repair. Whether you have a Maytag washer leaking water or a Samsung dryer not starting, we fix all breakdowns. If you’re handy, use this troubleshooting guide to see if you can fix the problem yourself.

Washer tubs spin during the cycle to remove dirt and stains from your garments. A washer that stops spinning won’t get the job done, so let one of our washer repair experts check to see if the problem is being caused by a:

  • Faulty lid switch assembly
  • Broken drive belt
  • Motor coupling failed
  • Defective clutch assembly

DIY TipMake sure your clothes are distributed evenly in the washer. An uneven load can sometimes stop the washer from spinning.

We love the convenience of our washing machines, but the idea is to keep the water inside the tub. No one has more experience dealing with leaky washers than us. The most common culprit of a washer that leaks is a:

  • Defective drain pump
  • Torn tub seal
  • Damaged door boot
  • Drain hose not secured

DIY TipYour leaky washer might just be due to a loose hose. Verify that the water hos behind your machine is tightened down properly.

Life should be simple for a dryer. You get hot, and you dry things. Unfortunately, though, they do break down sometimes, but GFY knows what to look for when your dryer stops heating. The problem is most likely due to one of these parts:

  • Heating element failure
  • Blown thermal fuse
  • Broken igniter
  • Gas valve malfunction

DIY TipMake sure your dryer vent isn’t clogged by running the dryer and feeling for airflow on the outdoor vent. If there’s no flow, your vent probably needs to be cleaned.

The only good thing about a dryer that won’t start is that you notice right away, which means you can call GFY and have the problem solved in no time. Our dryer repair Atlanta Metro technicians see this issue all the time, and know what to look for, including:

  • Broken door switch
  • Start switch malfunction
  • Thermal fuse failure
  • Incoming power problem

DIY TipThis may seem obvious, but the solution for a dryer that won’t turn on can be as simple as plugging it in. This should be the first thing you check before you call for repair.