The great news has been around for some time. Many of you reading this now may already know that washer and dryer parts are now fairly easy to access. But there may also be those who have experienced some disappointment after having their washer and dryer parts delivered to them on time. They may have leaned on a local technician or artisan to remove the damaged or worn out parts.
What some of these customers may have forgotten is that just because a technician is astute and/or adept at handling a refrigeration system does not necessarily follow that he will have a similar level of expertise and know-how in handling the intricacies of washers and dryers as part of the industry of the laundry business, retail, commercial or industrial. The repair and maintenance technician who is familiar with specific industries that have specific use for specific refrigeration equipment does not necessarily have the drawn knowledge required of laundry operations that will help him carry out his repair and maintenance work effectively.
It goes without saying that what is needed here is a specialist technician. He deals only with the laundromat. He builds, repairs and maintains, he also installs; washers and dryers, nothing more, nothing less. But that again, has always been something of a challenge for the retail and commercial clients. Finding such a technician may be the equivalent of finding a needle in a haystack. The retail and commercial client needs to make absolutely certain that the source and supplier of his washer and dryer parts is able to, at the same time the order for new parts is made, source the appropriate technician to repair the washers and/or dryers in question.
That could take time but it should be worth the wait.