If you buy cheap, you buy expensive!
As a rule, a cheap appliance not only has to be replaced more quickly than a more expensive one, but more and more defects in newer appliances can no longer be repaired economically, unlike older appliances. Studies have shown that the lifespan of new appliances is decreasing - Despite technological progress! Does this have something to do with planned obsolescence?
This means: Repairing older equipment almost always pays of. When considering whether a repair is worthwhile, it makes sense to consider the investment costs per year. From our 20 years of experience, we know that old, repaired appliances can still be used for many years and far exceed the service life of many a new unit.
Sepp Eisenriegler: "With us, you can take advantage of the repair bonus: Everything at half price!"
Does it pay off? Decide for yourself!
An electrical appliance is often like an object from another planet for those who own it: Fewer and fewer of us know what it looks like on the inside, and when it doesn't work as it should, we have to rely on the help of others. These others are often not real repairers, because more and more often they want to sell us something new because they earn more that way. They say: "There's nothing more to be done; It's not worth the repair." The decision is taken away from the customer.
We empower our customers to decide for themselves whether it's worth it by preparing a serious cost estimate rather than making blanket judgments.