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0800 Repair Stresses Importance Of Appliance Safety

 
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0800 Repair Stresses Importance Of Appliance Safety

Released on: March 21, 2012, 3:23 am
Author: 0800 Repair
Industry: Consumer Services
UK, March 21, 2012, 3:23 am -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- The UK's leading appliance repair firm has urged homeowners and businesses to make sure that they take care of appliance maintenance issues as soon as they occur.

Chester-le-Street-based 0800 Repair, one of the largest professional appliance repair companies in Britain, has called on domestic appliance owners to always make sure they put safety first and deal with maintenance issues as soon as they crop up. The advice follows a number of recent incidents across the UK where domestic appliance faults have led to house fires.

While following fire safety advice such as not leaving appliances such as dishwashers and washing machines running overnight is important and simple to follow, some accidents are unavoidable. However, 0800 Repair has stressed the importance of taking steps to rectify known issues as soon as possible.

Paul Feek, Managing Director of 0800 Repair, said: "Every day our specialists visit homes across the country to deal with a huge range of domestic appliance repairs, from fridge repair jobs involving fan motor replacements to dealing with faulty dishwasher pumps. As a result of their experience, the most important piece of advice we would give to anyone, whatever the problem, is to get maintenance issues looked at as soon as possible.

"Even products made to the highest standards can develop faults and from a safety point of view it's vital any problems are taken care of immediately. Anyone who is concerned that an appliance might be faulty is advised to organise for a professional technician to take a look."

0800 Repair's fully-qualified engineers carry out appliance maintenance work including dishwasher repairs, washing machine repairs and fridge repairs for homeowners and businesses across the UK. Engineers provide specific time slots, so customers don't need to spend all day at home waiting for a visit, and what's more, all work is backed by a no quibble guarantee.

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About 0800 Repair
0800 Repair, owned by the Pacifica Group and based in Chester-le-Street, was established in 2003. Through its franchise network, the company has the ability to complete a wide range of household appliance repairs including cooker repairs and washing machine repairs. Officially recognised by the British Franchise Association (BFA), the company now has 100 call centre staff and more than 400 engineers located throughout the UK, making the firm one of Europe's leading appliance repair services.

For further information:
Paul Feek
Telephone: 0800 737247
Email: paul.feek@0800repair.com
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