Appliances are expensive, and having one breakdown can range from frustrating and inconvenient to, in the case of commercial units, a significant problem leading to a loss of income.
It's never a good idea to entrust device repairs to someone who isn't qualified. Some appliance repair companies repair both home and commercial appliances, but not all technicians are licensed or qualified to do both.
Do some research by visiting the websites of different companies and contact commercial appliance repair experts to see if they have experience with your brand and model.
Repair the Washer/Dryer
Your washer and dryer at home may clean several loads a week. The units at laundromats, on the other hand, are used almost continuously throughout business working hours. Commercial washers and dryers are designed to withstand the rigors of tough work.
They are utilitarian in design but may have greater cleanability than smaller, more stylish residential units. In addition, commercial washing machines and dryers are usually coined or card-operated. Most technicians trained in commercial washer/dryer repair know how to deal with malfunctions unique to this commercial unit, such as a faulty coin system.
As with the washer and dryer models, the biggest difference between domestic and commercial ones is the sheer volume of items being washed. You can run the dishwasher every few days, but restaurants need a steady stream of clean dishes for diners to use throughout the day.
Commercial dishwashers are often designed to complete wash cycles faster than household appliances and sterilize dishes at much higher temperatures. Dishwasher repair technicians must understand the cleaning requirements of a commercial environment. For restaurants especially, you need a professional appliance repair specialist who can make your dishwasher comply with all health codes.