Our kitchen appliances are precious although we probably take them for granted… until they stop working. Unfortunately, this seems to happen when we least expect or want it. And despite Fisher and Paykel being an excellent brand, their appliances can fall foul of the occasional malfunction. However, At Always Prompt Fisher and Paykel Repairs Brisbane, we’ll come to the rescue if things go horribly wrong. But we recommend that you call us to arrange a service on your appliances at least once a year to avoid any emergencies!
Before your appliance stops working altogether, it usually tries to tell you something’s wrong. So try to look out for some of the following warning signs – there are many but these are just some of the most common:
Does it sound really loud – almost to the point of distraction? Perhaps, there is more ice in your ice box or freezer and it freezes quicker than usual?
Are suds and water leaking from your dishwasher? Or is it emptying? In fact, can it even start?
Does it sound like it’s about to take off when it’s in spin cycle? Or has the water fully drained once the cycle is complete? And are water and suds leaking from it?
Is it heating up and are your recipes turning out as they should? Or can you clean your oven satisfactorily?
We’re here to help!
Always Prompt Fisher and Paykel Repairs Brisbane are open Monday to Friday from 7.30am to 4.30pm. However, if you need us outside these hours, call us and we’ll come to the rescue.
As well as repairing Fisher and Paykel appliances, we offer you premium repair and service of all major brands including Smeg, Blanco, LG, Samsung, Waeco, Westinghouse, Engel, Dishlex, General Electric, Miele, Electrolux, Simpson, Hoover and more.
In addition, we offer
Competitive pricing – we make it affordable for students and pensioners
You only pay if your appliance is out of warranty
We supply a skilled team of technicians with vans stocked with appliance parts
We accept cash, mobile EFTPOS, Debit, VISA and MasterCard.
Remember – additional charges may apply after hours or weekends. What are you waiting for?