What’s more annoying than having your appliances break down at home? Having them break down at home during a pandemic, of course!
Always being at home during lockdown means that you may be using your appliances more frequently than before, so it’s possible that you may face a breakdown at some point over the next few weeks and months… which means it’s important that you know what to do should something happen.
Government guidance currently is that you should avoid coming into contact with anyone outside your household and it is unlikely that you’ll be able to sort out any repairs that aren’t considered an emergency or those that are especially urgent.
If you do find yourself in a situation where repairs are required, do your best to maintain a distance of two metres from your contractor while the work is being carried out to help reduce the chances of transmission.
The majority of contractors will likely have their own safety measures at this time, such as wearing gloves to do the work or wearing their own personal protective equipment. You may want to make sure that you sanitise high-contact areas of your home, such as door handles and the appliances themselves before they arrive, as well as doing so after they leave.
If you and your household are in self-isolation, it’s possible that your contractor will ask you to stay in a separate room of the house while the work is ongoing.
Do you need fixed price dryer repair at the moment? Get in touch with us today to see if we can help.