Refrigerator Repair & Service
Maintaining the Focal Point of Your Kitchen
Refrigerators have thermally insulated compartments that allow you to store food in your home that would normally not last as long. Extended food storage can be beneficial for your health, savings, and eating preferences. These appliances should maintain a temperature between 37 and 41 degrees Fahrenheit to ensure the reproduction rate of bacteria is slowed enough for the food to be usable.
For most homeowners, the refrigerator is seen as one of the most important kitchen appliances. As the focal point of this area, it is important that you keep it in top shape. Since your refrigerator is used on a daily basis to store meals, preserve ingredients, and keep food cool, make sure you take care of problems quickly. If not, you could end up losing money on food waste, or even suffering illness.
Mr. Appliance® is here to make sure your refrigerator continues to run efficiently! Let us help with any appliance issues you have today.
Types of Refrigerators We Restore
Our technicians are well-versed in handling a comprehensive range of refrigerators and common problems with these appliances. We can make sure your home refrigerator is operating smoothly again.
Our technicians work a variety of refrigerators, including:
- Top freezer refrigerators
- Bottom freezer refrigerators
- French door refrigerators
- Side-by-side refrigerators
- Compact refrigerators
- Freezerless refrigerators
- Counter depth or built-in refrigerators
No matter what type of refrigerator is in your home, our team can get to work right away addressing any problems you have with this appliance. From damaged parts to general service, we are here to take care of repairs, maintenance, and everything in between.
Refrigerator Parts We Replace:
- Water filters
- Replacement bulbs
- Ice maker components
- Defrost heaters
- Cold controls
- Door switches and seals
- Condensers and compressors
- Evaporators and fans
- Drawers, bins, and shelving
Repair vs. Replacement
If repairs are too challenging or you can't determine what the issue is, consider having an expert perform the repairs. This can be a very beneficial strategy if you have recently invested in your appliance, as newer fridges in good condition may require only minor repairs, modifications, or tune-ups.
However, if your refrigerator is older and likely struggling due to wear and tear from working hard over the years, replacement may be a more financially savvy solution. Rather than paying for frequent repairs and maintenance to keep your refrigerator barely hanging on, taking that money and investing it in a new fridge can save you time and service expenses.
When you call on Mr. Appliance, we can diagnose your refrigerator and determine whether repairs, tune-ups, or replacement is needed. Call at (888) 998-2011!