Expert Washing Machine Repair Services

Washing Machine Repair

Washing Machine Repair Services in Lexington and Mt Sterling, KY

The best washing machine repair services are available from a local professional. You can trust the professionals at EJ’s Appliance Repair to provide you with quality service for your home appliance needs. We have been providing reliable service since 2018. Our team of qualified technicians is ready to help you with all your washing machine repair needs. Schedule a service call today!

Quick and Reasonable Washer Repairs

We understand how frustrating it can be when your washing machine stops working. That’s why our goal is to make sure you don’t have to wait long for repairs. When you call us, one of our expert techs will arrive within the scheduled repair window. They’ll diagnose the problem with your washing machine, then fix it quickly so you can enjoy your clean laundry again.

Our Technicians Are Experienced And Factory Trained

Our Technicians Are Experienced And Factory Trained

EJ’s Appliance Repair has been serving customers like Washing Machine Repair Services in Kentucky for many years. As a family-owned business, we take pride in offering only factory-trained technicians who know what they’re doing. This means no more inexperienced or untrained employees trying to do their own repairs. Instead, you can rely on our experts to find and correct any problems quickly.

We Offer Affordable Prices

We Offer Affordable Prices

EJ’s Appliances Repair offers competitive prices on our washing machine repair services. We want to keep costs down while still giving you the high-quality workmanship you deserve.

Schedule Your Appointment Today

Schedule Your Appointment Today

If you need a washing machine repair, contact us today. We can sometimes offer same-day appointments during regular hours. We’ll schedule an appointment for you without delay. All of our technicians are fully licensed and insured, so you can rest easy knowing you’re getting top-notch service. Contact us anytime by calling 1-859-404-4689.

Average 5-star reviews

Misti Barnes
Misti Barnes
2024-03-30
Shayla Lynch
Shayla Lynch
2024-03-29
Great service! Friendly repairman. Super professional and reliable. I will definitely call them again.
Amber Ferrell Rudd
Amber Ferrell Rudd
2024-03-28
Excellent service! Staff friendly and knowledgeable and kept me updated along the way! This is the 3rd time I've used EJ's (different appliances) and he has showed up when promised and has been so helpful each time. If you need appliance repair, you should definitely go with EJ's! And now you can book service online!
Ray Botts
Ray Botts
2024-03-26
Fast service, easy to work with. Very happy with EJ’s Appliance Service
Keith Dunmire
Keith Dunmire
2024-03-25
Repair done promptly
Jim Robertson
Jim Robertson
2024-03-21
Very satisfied
Kevin Holbrook
Kevin Holbrook
2024-03-20
Excellent work and conversation. Thank you!
Lula Stewart
Lula Stewart
2024-03-19
heather cherry
heather cherry
2024-03-15
Great service!

Have Questions About Washing Machine Repair Services?

What information do I need before beginning my repair request?

It is always helpful to have your product model number, serial number, or IMEI (the unique identifying number used for mobile phones) before beginning your repair.

How much does it cost to repair a washing machine?

On average, washing machines cost between $150-$200 to fix. Replacing a leakier washer drain hose could be done for less than $100; replacing a worn-out washing machine’s water pump might run up to several hundred dollars. Replacing a water leakage sensor is one of the less expensive washing machine repairs at just under $100 (depending upon where you live).

Is it worth it to repair a washing machine?

If your washer has been working fine for at least ten years but its repair costs are less than half the price of replacing it, then repairing it may be cheaper than purchasing a new one. Most washers require replacement parts costing between $100-$200, but some can be repaired for under $100. So if you’re willing to spend a bit more time fixing something instead of buying a new one, then repairing may be better.