Dishwasher Repairs

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Dishwasher Repair Service In London

We offer dishwasher repairs in London. We are really good at repairing dishwashers, that’s why we’re one of the UK’s leading domestic appliance repair companies.

Over our 40+ years of repairing faulty dishwashers we have built up an extensive amount of experience and knowledge and are now approved by many of the leading manufacturers who trust us to carry out repairs to their machines on their behalf.

Whether you have a dishwasher which isn’t draining, isn’t completing it’s cycle, or something else, our knowledge and close and direct relationship with manufacturers means we are best placed to get your appliance back up and running quick!

Our repair engineers are on the road ready to attend to your machine fast. We can come out to you the next day on most occasions, even the same day sometimes, and carry common spare parts to increase every chance of getting your dishwasher fixed during our first visit; whether it’s a dishwasher repair in London or somewhere else in the country.

If your dishwasher needs repairing don’t wait any longer. Call us today on 02072841470, or book online, and let us get it back up and running for you.


Dishwasher Brands We Repair

Trusted and approved by the World’s leading manufacturers, here’s some of the Dishwasher brands we repair every day:

The History of Dishwashers

Did you know the first reliable dishwasher, which was handpowered, was invented in 1887 by Josephine Cochrane with help from George Butters?
It was unveiled in 1893 and was reportedly invented because her servants were chipping her fine china.

It wasn’t until 1924 when William Howard Livens invented the first dishwasher, in England may we add, which was small enough and suitable for domestic use. Many of his designs are still seen in dishwashers today such as a front door for loading, and a rotating sprayer.

It was during the postwar boom of the 1950’s that dishwashers started to become successful after they were marketed with standardised sizes and shapes to fit underneath the kitchen countertop.