Serving Charleston & Surrounding Areas

Dirty dishes can pile up quickly when your dishwasher isn’t working. Aviv Service Today understands what a hassle a broken dishwasher can bring to your day, which is why we strive to schedule your appointment as soon as possible. If you need a dishwasher repair technician in Charleston, contact Aviv Service Today for fast service.

Our trained specialists can address all critical dishwasher failures including the dishwasher stopping mid-cycle, not draining, or not powering up. For mechanical issues like dishwasher racks that won’t slide, our experts can have your machine fixed quickly with a part from our fully stocked service vehicle. From noisy machines to a dishwasher that’s not cleaning the dishes, call our dishwasher repair Charleston technicians for quick and friendly service today.

Dishwasher Repair Charleston

Charleston’s Experts in Dishwasher Repair

Aviv Service Today provides dishwasher repair in Charleston on most major brands including Whirlpool, Samsung, Maytag, Kenmore, LG Electronics, GE, and more. If you own a high-end brand dishwasher, rest assured our service technicians have received specialized training from leading appliance manufacturers such as Bosch, Dacor, Viking, and U-Line. Check out a full list of the brands we service!

Aviv’s Dishwasher Repair Guarantee

The value of service you can trust is priceless, which is why our mission is to provide high quality, “old-fashioned” customer service. It’s our goal to win your trust and keep your trust for the long term. That’s why we stand by all of our work. We provide a full 90 day labor warranty with every completed repair. We also guarantee all dishwasher parts we supply and install for a full 5 years. For more information about Aviv Service Today’s warranty, click here.

How Can I Save Energy When I Use My Dishwasher?

Most of the dishwasher’s energy consumption is used to heat water. The standard dishwasher recommends between 120-125 degrees Fahrenheit, but you may want to consult your user manual as some dishwashers use a lower temperature setting.

Also, scraping food from dishes rather than rinsing can significantly cut down on your hot water usage, be sure to load your dishwasher fully before each use (but do not overload), and avoid using the “rinse hold” and “heat dry” options.