How much do appliance engineers charge in 2020?
An appliance engineer is a specialist electrician who will come out to repair or install appliances in your home. This can range from larger white goods such as dishwashers, washing machines and or fridges, to gas cookers and stoves. But essentially if any appliance in your home needs repairing – appliance engineers will get it done.
How much they charge you will, as always, depend on a number of factors including:
- Where you live
- Any spare parts
- The manufacturer and age of the appliance
- How urgently you need the work to be carried out
It will also vary depending on if you need a repair, a replacement or an installation.
The cost of an appliance engineer depends on the location, the manufacturer and the level of urgency
Below we’ve gathered together some sample costs, taken from the more common requests made through Local Heroes.
These should be seen as guidance and for reference only, not as a guarantee.
Average Local Heroes appliance prices
Updated March 2020
A dishwasher is a great time saving and convenient appliance to any home, but especially those with larger families. The cost of installation will de affected by the layout of the kitchen and the accessibility to the water and drainage systems.
Average (most common) price: £270
A broken dishwasher can quickly result in pots and pans stacking up in the kitchen, something unlikely to keep a peaceful home! Getting it fixed as quickly as possible can help restore the family routine.
Price range: £75 - £100
Average (most common) price: £81
A broken fridge-freezer is no minor issue. Food will spoil, the freezer will defrost and families ultimately have to spend more money on food. Repairing or replacing a broken fridge-freezer is one of the most important issues to get fixed in the home.
Average (most common) price: £80
Washing machine repair
Being able to do the laundy is as important to a functioning household as cooking and bathing. No one can go very long without clean clothes, but especially homes with small children. You should try to resolve any issues with your washing machine as soon as possible.
Price range: £65 - £77
Average (most common) price: £75
While not necessarily as crucial to a functioning household, a broken tumble-dryer is still a nuisance which can mean central heating systems turned on unnecessarily and wet washing draped over radiators.
Price range: £158 - £189
Average (most common) price: £173
Gas oven repair
Any issues involving gas appliances should be addressed as soon as possible. Remember, if you have someone working on any gas appliance – they should be part of the Gas Safe Register.
Average (most common) price: £78
For more prices, view the appliance engineer pricing data sheet.
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