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Do you have an washer in St Louis that isn’t working properly or is broken? We can help.
Call us anytime for the same day Washer Repair in St Louis at:

314 485-2589


and you get:

  • A quick response—we can usually respond the same day
  • Skilled Washer Repair Service in St. Louis—we have over 12 years of experience and our technicians are all trained washer repair professionals
  • Good value—we have the best prices in the area and our service call is free when you allow us to do the washer repair
  • New washer replacement parts—We only use brand new parts that are covered by the company’s warranty


We provide washer repair to all St Louis zip codes and surrounding cities. The following areas correspond to our washer service areas:

Saint Louis
Allenton
Arnold
Augusta
Ballwin
Barnhart
Lake Saint Louis
Maryland Heights
New Melle
O Fallon
Wentzville
Valley Park
Washington
Saint Charles

Columbia
Cottleville
Defiance
Dittmer
Ellisville
Belleville
Cedar Hill
Chesterfield
Pacific
Pevely
Portage Des Sioux
Saint Ann
Waterloo
House Springs

Earth City
Eureka
West Alton
Hematite
Herculaneum
High Ridge
Fenton
Festus
Flint Hill
Florissant
Foristell
Glencoe
Grover
Kimmswick

View the list of our service areas for St Louis washer repair.

We repair all brands washers

Maytag
Whirlpool
Frigidare
RCA
Magic Chef
GE
Frigidaire

Sears
Kenmore
Speed Queen
Bosch
Hotpoint
Admiral
General Electric

O'Keefe and Merritt
Sunray
Thermador
Wedgewood
Jenn-Air
Sub-Zero
Hotpoint

And many more washers that we repair in St Louis brands view the full list

We have been in St Louis washer repair business for eight years. Take a look at what some of our previous clients have had to say about us. For immediate St Louis washer repair service call us 24/7 out our toll free number:

314 485-2589

You can also can contact us by the email for your St Louis washer repair appointment. Just send us your name, a brief description of the washer problem and your contact information.

The trick to your Washer repair safety is common sense. Where electricity, plumbing, and gas are involved, do-it-yourself Washer repair beware. Even if nothing explodes during the do-it-yourself Washer repair, one man’s beginners luck can be tomorrow’s disaster. Wake the next morning to an electrical fire or return home to a flood, and you’ll wish you had called a Washer repairman. Your Washers are safer in the hands of a professional. Your home and your family are too.

Leave it to Washer repair professionals. Preserve safety, and save yourself unnecessary costs.

Don’t Over-Stress the Washing Machine
Putting the Pressure On
You may not know it, but your household water pressure may be too high. Pipes and washer may have a tough time handling the pressure.

Sure, washer working fine now, but over time water pressure may cause a household calamity.  Reducing the pressure now will not only alleviate the strain on your pipes and washer, it will result in year-long savings.

What’s the Washer Got to do With it?
Each year, American households run, on average, 400 loads of laundry at 40 gallons of water a piece. 20% of a household’s daily water use goes to washing clothes.

With this quantity of work and water going to keeping your linens clean, don’t give your washer another burden to bear. It already has to contend with stains. If now it has to worry about the amount of pressure it’s being fed, at the end of the day it’ll sure be hurting.

Water pressure can put a strain on the pipes leading into you washer. This can lead to leaks and even bursts.

Release the Washer Stress
City water supplies can register a reading upwards of 100 psi (pounds per square inch) of pressure. With pressure this high, your water will surely take a toll on your plumbing and washers. Ideal psi for domestic piping and home appliances is 50 psi. You can get away with even less.

Some water meters have a pressure regulator. Yet, if one is not installed between your meter and the rest of your house, this is an investment that offers various advantages. A pressure reducing valve can help you lower the pressure input into your home. In doing so, you not only tax your piping and washer less, you also can save some cash.

By reducing the overall water pressure, you will actually reduce your water consumption. A regulator can result in a saving of up to 1/3 of your household annual consumption.

Though you’ll still use the same amount of water with each load, the pipes and valves leading to your washer will last longer. They will also evade undue stress that can lead to leaks that waste water and create damage.

Lower the washer water pressure and de-stress your pipes and appliances. Your washer deals with a good amount of your household water. Alleviate the washer pressure, and you’ll avoid undue stress on an washer that works hard to keep you clean.

If your issue cannot be resolved with this quick and easy to repair tips, we strongly advice that you call us for an washer repair appointment.

314 485-2589