The kegerator, a handy combination of a fridge and keg, is the best friend of many a home bartender. However, many of the same things that make a kegerator so useful also make for a difficult DIY repair job.
Thankfully, Mr. Appliance® can help with kegerator repair and maintenance services. We can handle everything from refrigeration issues and poor beer flow to line replacement and more.
A broken kegerator can quickly take the life out of your next gathering. Mr. Appliance can repair your kegerator quickly so you can keep the beer and good vibes flowing.
We Fix Kegerators
It’s simple: if you have a problem with your kegerator, Mr. Appliance can help. We’ll get the parts needed to repair your kegerator in a timely manner, ensuring you can start serving ice-cold beer at your next get-together.
When you need kegerator repairs, Mr. Appliance is the answer; here’s why:
Great deals – We offer a range of service packages based on your budget so you can find the appliance repairs you need at the right price.
Convenience – You can easily schedule a repair service online or over the phone, and our repair team will show up on time every time.
The Neighborly Done Right Promise™ – As part of the Neighborly family of brands, all our services are guaranteed to meet your satisfaction. In other words, the job is not done until it’s done right.
Kegerator Issues We Can Fix
We can fix just about any kegerator issue. Whether it’s a problem with the tap, the spout, or the fridge, our team has the knowledge and experience to diagnose the problem, find the right part(s), and make the repair.
A few of the more common kegerator issues we address include:
- Poor cooling performance
- Frost buildup issues
- Faulty gaskets
- Dispenser equipment malfunctions
- Beer line problems
Kegerator Brands We Commonly Service
Our team can service and get repair parts for the following kegerator brands:
FAQ About Kegerators
How long does beer last in a kegerator once tapped?
Once your keg has been tapped and hooked into your kegerator, it stays at peak freshness for 12 to 24 hours. You can still leave it tapped and drink the beer after 24 hours pass; it just won’t be quite as fresh tasting.
How long should a CO2 tank last in a kegerator?
How long your CO2 tank lasts depends on its size. A five-pound tank of CO2 should get you through six to eight kegs. A general rule of thumb is that it takes a half pound of CO2 to dispense a quarter barrel of beer, so it takes about a pound of CO2 to dispense a standard-sized half-barrel keg.
Is it better to repair or replace a kegerator?
If repair is an option, it’s almost always better to repair a kegerator than to replace it. A new kegerator can cost more than a thousand dollars, and repairs typically cost far less. In many cases, an issue with your kegerator can be fixed affordably and allow your kegerator to work effectively for years to come.
Schedule Your Kegerator Repair Today
If your kegerator is not up and running for game days, parties, and special events, it can be a real bummer. To make sure your kegerator is ready when you need it, contact your local Mr. Appliance for reliable kegerator repair services.