Every kitchen deserves a good refrigerator. No other appliance lets you stock up on all the fresh food supplies you want to like a fridge does. In fact, there’s almost always some food kept in there, and sometimes it’s a lot of it. Refrigerators help us cut down on our visits to the grocery store, saving us fuel and earning us discounts that come with buying food supplies in bulk. But these appliances aren’t valuable to homeowners alone. Food stores need refrigerators to keep some of their products in good condition until customers can buy them. Since refrigerators are always in use, it follows that they experience wear over time and start to experience some defects. The good news is that there’s always something you can do when your refrigerator has a problem. But first, you need to know what defects are likely to assail your fridge so you can prepare for them.
Top Refrigerator Defects to Watch Out For
There are, of course, many different models of refrigerators in the market today. However, all refrigerators tend to experience similar defects. Here are some of the commonest problems your fridge may go through.
- The appliance does not power
- Coolant or water leaks from the fridge
- The appliance makes too much noise when running
- The refrigerator does not cool
- The refrigerators aren’t working
- The appliance keeps freezing over
- The fridge has electrical wiring problems
- The refrigerator’s temperature controls no longer work
Any of these problems should not be ignored. When your fridge does not cool anymore, the food stored in it can start to spoil within a short while. Even when the fridge can still cool, its efficiency is compromised, and this makes the appliance work extra hard. This translates to higher power usage and, ultimately, more electric bills. If the fridge is leaking water, your floors soon become messy. A noisy fridge can be quite irksome. All of these problems, when not tend to escalate very quickly if you do not address them right away.
So What Should You Do?
You can opt to replace the malfunctioning freezer, but only if you are convinced that the defect is beyond repair. That’s because a new refrigerator costs no less than several hundred dollars. Before spending all that money on a new appliance, you want to be sure that you have explored other more affordable options. It’s always advisable to contact a certified appliance repair technician to troubleshoot the appliance and provide a lasting solution to the problem. You can count on us at Crestline Appliance Repair to effectively fix any refrigerator issue you may have, no matter how big it seems.
Why Choose Us
At Crestline Appliance Repair, we have some of the most experienced appliance repair technicians in the entire country. You can therefore rest assured that your refrigerator is in capable hands when your hire us to repair it. Every member of our team is certified to conduct appliance repair on a wide variety of commercial and household appliances from all top appliance brands in the country. Among the brands we work with are Whirlpool, Kitchen Aid, Bosch, Viking, Scotsman, Electrolux, Gibson, LG, Tappan, Caloric, Coleman, Samsung, White-Westinghouse, Westinghouse, HEIL, YORK, Amana and others.
Because we know how essential your refrigerator is, we usually move quickly to get it up and running before your food stuffs go bad. We actually provide same day service at no additional cost. Once you call us, we’ll immediately send one of our competent technicians to help you out. Our expert first assesses you fridge carefully to ascertain what’s causing the problem and then recommends the best solution for it. They’ll also give you an all-inclusive estimate for the repair cost upfront so you can be sure there won’t be any surprises when the work is done. If you give them the go ahead to do the repair, they’ll get started on the spot. In just a short while, your fridge should be working perfectly once again.
To avert emergency fridge breakdowns, we also provide maintenance services. We find that maintenance isn’t just more affordable as compared to repair, but also more effective in lengthening the lifespan of your appliance.
To book an appointment, you can contact us toll-free at: +1 (909) 698-5064