GET YOUR REFRIGERATOR OR FREEZER BACK ON TRACK TODAY!
When your refrigerator or freezer aren’t working, you’re losing food. We make your repair a priority so you don’t have to watch your groceries spoil while you wait for a technician. We’re always ready for anything that might come up on the job.
We’ll restore harmony and get a factory-trained & EPA certified technician right out there to get things fixed and running again. It’s easy, just call 888-966-1950 or fill out our online form below.
You will receive a notification email of the form after submission. Once you are scheduled, you will receive a confirmation email photo of your technician and a short bio. We do everything we can to help the environment so all quotes and invoicing is.
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Signs Your Refrigerator Needs Service
Your refrigerator may still be keeping food cold, but that doesn’t mean it’s running efficiently. Some common problems to look for include:
- Reduced Cooling
- Broken Dispensers
- Broken Lights
- Unusual Noises
- Loose Doors
- Frost Build-Up
- Leaking Fluids
Signs Your Freezer Needs Service
- Not Cold Enough
- Too Cold
- Frost Buildup
- Bad Ice
WE SERVICE ANY AND ALL BRANDS YOU MAY FIND IN YOUR KITCHEN. WE EVEN SERVICE TOP BRANDS SUCH AS:
What to Expect – How to Prepare For Your Appointment
To ensure your diagnosis for an appliance runs in a timelier manner, we kindly ask that you provide the model and serial number when you schedule your appointment. By doing so, the technician may be able to bring parts he will need to complete the repair in one visit.
We recommend that 24 hours before your appointment, you remove any food items or items on the interior shelves to allow for better access and quicker repairs.
Did You Know?
The perfect refrigerator temperature should be between 35-38 degrees Fahrenheit. Your food is more susceptible to grow harmful bacteria and spoil when above 40 degrees which is considered an ‘unsafe zone.’
Your target temperature range for your freezer should be 0o or below is safe to eat indefinitely (however, quality and taste may be compromised after a while). Many foods will freeze at about 32o Fahrenheit, they should be stored at 0o Fahrenheit to slow down deterioration, colder is better.