We offer a wide range of fridge repairs, including:
- Refrigerator repair: We can repair all makes and models of refrigerators, including top-freezer, bottom-freezer, side-by-side, and French-door refrigerators.
- Freezer repair: We can repair all makes and models of freezers, including upright, chest, and drawer freezers.
- Ice maker repair: We can repair all makes and models of ice makers, including built-in and freestanding ice makers.
We specialize in top-notch fridge repair services that will have your appliance running cool again in no time.
Why Choose Us?
Expert Technicians: Our team consists of highly trained and experienced technicians who know their way around all major fridge brands and models. They have the skills and expertise to diagnose and fix any issue efficiently.
Prompt and Reliable Service: We understand the importance of a properly functioning fridge in your daily life. That’s why we prioritize quick response times and work diligently to resolve your fridge problems promptly.
Transparent Pricing: No one likes surprises when it comes to service charges. We believe in honest and transparent pricing. Our technicians will provide you with a clear breakdown of the repair costs before any work begins, ensuring you’re fully informed.
Quality Repairs: We take pride in delivering high-quality repairs that stand the test of time. We use genuine parts and employ industry best practices to ensure your fridge receives the best possible care.
Fridge Repair Maintenance Tips: Keep Your Fridge Running Smoothly for Years to Come - Call our refrigerator technician
- Clean the coils regularly. The coils are located at the back or bottom of your fridge and help to remove heat from the unit. Over time, they can become dirty and clogged with dust and debris, which can reduce the efficiency of your fridge. To clean the coils, unplug your fridge and use a vacuum cleaner with a brush attachment to remove any dirt or debris.
- Defrost the freezer regularly. If you have a frost-free freezer, you don’t need to defrost it as often. However, if you have a manual defrost freezer, you should defrost it at least once a month. To defrost the freezer, unplug it and remove all of the food. Then, use a hair dryer or a heat gun to melt the ice. Once the ice is melted, wipe up any water and replace the food.
- Keep the door closed tightly. When you open the fridge door, warm air from the kitchen can enter the unit, which can cause the fridge to work harder. To prevent this, make sure to close the door tightly after each use.
- Avoid overloading the fridge. When the fridge is overloaded, it can’t circulate air properly, which can cause the unit to work harder and increase your energy bills. To prevent this, only fill the fridge with as much food as you need.
- Keep the fridge level. If the fridge is not level, it can cause the coils to become dirty and clogged, which can reduce the efficiency of the unit. To check if the fridge is level, use a level to measure the angle of the unit from front to back and side to side. If the angle is more than 1/4 inch, adjust the legs of the fridge until it is level.
- Avoid placing hot food in the fridge. When you place hot food in the fridge, it can raise the temperature of the unit, which can cause the fridge to work harder. To prevent this, let hot food cool down to room temperature before placing it in the fridge.
- Clean the interior regularly. The interior of the fridge can become dirty and sticky over time, which can attract bacteria and mold. To clean the interior, unplug the fridge and remove all of the food. Then, use a mild soap and water solution to clean the shelves, drawers, and walls. Be sure to dry the interior thoroughly before replacing the food.
- Have your fridge serviced regularly. A professional technician can inspect your fridge for any problems and make sure that it is running properly. To extend the life of your fridge, it is a good idea to have it serviced at least once a year.