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Top 5 – Appliance Repair Service Demand Periods

Top 5 – Service Demand Periods

In this day and age of technology, where household appliances have almost become a basic necessity, keeping your home appliances maintained is as important as drinking water to stay hydrated. Regular maintenance of your appliances has more benefits than you can see. It allows your system to work with maximum efficiency year-round and helps you save tons of money in the form of lower utility costs. Appliances that are serviced annually will see more good days than bad ones and will experience relatively fewer breakdowns, curtailing the need for and cost of unnecessary repairs.

HWisel has gathered some insights related to the most demanding time periods for appliance service by most homeowners. According to those insights, below are the top 5 service demand periods:

  1. Friday afternoon to Sunday
  2. Day before a holiday
  3. After 4pm Thursdays
  4. After 4pm Wednesdays
  5. The first sign of appliance trouble

The list seems quite relatable, doesn’t it? Well, here’s why most people opt for the above-mentioned time periods for getting their appliances repaired:

Least Preferred Activity:
Appliance service is the least welcomed activity for most homeowners. Firstly, most of us have quite a busy schedule that doesn’t allow us to pay attention to our appliances and secondly, if and when we are free we would prefer to do other things than book service.

Imagine you’re enjoying a day off by binge watching your favorite show or reading a favorite book or simply enjoying your morning cup of coffee while making plans for how best to utilize holiday season! And suddenly you realize that you were supposed to call the technician for appliance repair or regular service. Finding the number, calling it, scheduling a time and sometimes being on hold while the call center folks try to optimize their technician’s time can be infuriating and cumbersome. The thought alone invokes such a sense of inconvenience that we automatically hit our built-in snooze button only to repeat the cycle until it’s too late and much more inconvenient.

Ignoring The Early Signs:
Most people think that appliance repair seems random and unexpected. But this is not the case. Your appliances will show clear signs of any malfunctions even in the early stages of the problem. In other words, your appliances will talk to you. You may not understand the language but they will talk. It may take the form of poor cooling or heating, strange noises, etc. What people do is they wait, meaning they overlook the initial signs of the problem and wait till the appliance breaks down and its convenient usually requesting service during peak times. However, it is crucial that you avoid peak times because they come with peak costs.

If you find yourself in similar dilemma and feel stressed to book service, then HWisel has got your back. We, at HWisel, have set out to take inconvenience out of the entire process of booking service and aim at making it as easy and effective as possible. Furthermore, we also believe in ‘Appliance Speak’. Our highly experienced and well qualified technicians always look out for the early signs of appliance trouble and immediately address the issue, thereby saving you money. By using the HWisel App you can book an appointment in as less as 2 minutes and go back to enjoying your day. When the service time nears, automatic notification will keep you posted and will also give you control to change the appointment time to adjust to your schedule.

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John Nassar

Mr. John Nassar is Founder of Hwisel Soft Inc. He has 18+ years of experience in the Residential HVAC, Home Security, Smart Home, and Consumer Finance industry. He is a serial entrepreneur that is also a consumer and advocate for the same products and services his companies provide. He is a change junky that enjoys cycling, traveling, and family. He holds a Masters Degree in Business, an undergraduate B.Comm Degree with a Major in Economics.

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