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Residential Refrigerator Repair in Salt Lake City

Average Lifespan of Appliances in Northwest UtahIt’s easy to take a fridge for granted, until it isn’t working properly. Once something so convenient isn’t accessible, it throws a wrench in the day. Things seem off balance, and it can be frustrating to find a solution. Fortunately, Mr. Appliance of Salt Lake City is now a local resource for residential refrigerator repair in Salt Lake City. One quick phone call will have you on our schedule for a thorough inspection of your fridge, along with solution options that make sense for your budget and preferences.

Some of the services that we provide for our clients include repairs for when refrigerators:

  • Run constantly
  • Leak water
  • Don’t dispense water
  • Runs noisily
  • Become too warm

Of course, this list is by no means exhaustive. If you’re experiencing an issue with your refrigerator and feel unsure of what to do, don’t hesitate to reach out. We have years of experience and advice to share that could make your day a lot easier. But don’t take our word for it – check out some of our recent reviews to see what others have to say.

Refrigerator Repair FAQs

Is a Fridge Worth Fixing?

You can get a better understanding of whether you should repair or replace your refrigerator based on:

  • Repair cost versus replacement – repairs should not cost more than half of what a new one would
  • The type of refrigerator – built-in fridges are often worth a repair, while bottom-freezer fridges and side-by-side ones depend on age
  • Energy efficiency – if your current fridge isn’t efficient, it’s a good investment to upgrade your model

How Long Should You Expect a Fridge to Last?

It’s common for fridges to last anywhere from 10-20 years, with an average of about a 13-year lifespan, depending on how well its maintained.

You can help extend the longevity of your refrigerator by:

  • Vacuuming the condenser coils every few months
  • Cleaning around the door gaskets
  • Filling the refrigerator properly and evenly
  • Leaving clear space on top of the fridge for air flow
  • Maintaining the ideal temperature between 37- and 40-degrees Fahrenheit

How Do You Know if Your Fridge Is Dying?

Perhaps your fridge nearing the end of its lifespan and you’re not sure whether that repair call is worth it.

Here are some clear indicators that you’re due for a new refrigerator:

  • Your fridge produces too much heat as it runs
  • You’re chiseling ice away from your freezer to access food
  • Your side-by-side fridge continually requires repair (these styles typically don’t last as long)
  • Your energy bills are spiking but you’re using the same amount of power

We can help you make the best decision for your home – dial (801) 682-1764for residential refrigerator repair in Salt Lake City.

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