Every appliance has unique requirements that make the installation challenging. That’s why you need an electrician who understands each step of the process when installing an appliance for your business or home.
Installing your commercial appliances correctly is crucial to ensure you keep up with production, or service your customers’ expectations, properly.
As a homeowner, your kitchen and laundry appliances need to be appropriately installed so as not to interfere with day to day life.
At AEP, we’ll make sure your appliance is installed right the first time. Our goal is to cause minimal hassle and we also provide a lifetime guarantee on all installations.
What To Look Out For When Installing Your Appliances:
- Make sure you pay particular attention to the unique steps required for your appliance. For example, if you’re installing a washing machine you’ll need to choose a location that is close to your water supply to avoid a messy setup.
- Make sure you accurately measure the height and width requirements for your appliance before choosing a space for installation.
- Make sure you test your appliance a few times after installation. This step will help detect faulty installations, which could cause damage to your property.
- Make sure you’re fully aware of the maintenance required for your appliance. For example, your dryer needs to be routinely checked for lint and dust as they can become fire hazards over time.
How We Safely Install Your Appliances In 3 Simple Steps
We assess the requirements of your appliance installation, making sure not to miss any steps.
At AEP our electricians are fully licensed and have experience installing any appliance imaginable.
We provide a free estimate with no surprises.
Our friendly team will let you know of the requirements, while providing multiple options and upfront pricing.
We make sure not to intrude on your day to day life while safely installing your appliance.
We understand that you have many obligations as a home or business owner. Our electricians make sure to cause minimal disruption and clean up as if we were never there.