Reliable Solutions for Common Issues

Our refrigerator repair services cover a wide range of common issues, including:

  • Cooling Problems: If your refrigerator is not cooling as it should, our technicians will diagnose and fix the underlying cause. Whether it’s a faulty compressor, a malfunctioning thermostat, or a blocked air vent, we have the knowledge and expertise to restore optimal cooling performance.
  • Leaking Refrigerator: A leaking refrigerator can be a sign of various issues, such as a clogged drain line or a faulty water inlet valve. Our technicians will identify the source of the leak and provide the necessary repairs to prevent further damage and ensure a dry and functional refrigerator.
  • Strange Noises: Unusual noises coming from your refrigerator can indicate problems with the condenser fan, evaporator fan, or compressor. Our skilled technicians will diagnose the noise source and address the issue to restore a quiet and efficient operation.
  • Electrical Problems: If your refrigerator is experiencing electrical issues, such as a malfunctioning control panel or a flickering light, our technicians have the expertise to troubleshoot and resolve the problem. We ensure the electrical components of your refrigerator are functioning safely and reliably.

In addition to repair services, we also offer refrigerator maintenance to help extend the lifespan of your appliance. Regular maintenance can prevent potential issues and keep your refrigerator running smoothly. Our maintenance services include:

  • Cleaning Condenser Coils: Over time, dust and debris can accumulate on the condenser coils, hindering the refrigerator’s cooling efficiency. Our technicians will clean the coils to ensure optimal performance.
  • Inspecting Seals and Gaskets: Damaged or worn-out door seals and gaskets can lead to air leaks and temperature inconsistencies. We will inspect and replace faulty seals and gaskets to maintain proper insulation.
  • Checking Temperature and Calibration: Our technicians will verify the accuracy of the refrigerator’s temperature settings and calibrate if necessary to ensure your food remains fresh and safely stored.
Updated at: August 23, 2023