The refrigerator is the most important appliance in our kitchen as it keeps our perishable foods fresh and preserved for much, much longer than it would without that climate controlled cool environment. A refrigerator that's failing or acting up should be looked at and fixed as soon as possible so that the food inside does not spoil--which is another heartache all of its own.
Below you will find some the most common issues that people have with their refrigerators. Give us a call if you are experiencing any of these problems so that we can come out and service your fridge asap!
If you notice water starting to accumulate around the outside of your refrigerator, it could be caused by a plugged drain hose, the defrost drain opening, or possibly a bad gasket.
Water/Fluid Inside Food Drawers
If you notice water or fluid accumulating in the fresh food compartments of your refrigerator, it could be the result of bad door seals, which allows excess moisture to seep inside and settle.
Excessive Amount of Freezer Frost
A larger than normal amount of frost building up on the inside of your freezer compartment could mean that the automatic defrost system may be faulty or the evaporator fan motor needs to be replaced.
Your Fridge Shut Off Completely
The thermostat most likely needs to be replaced if your refrigerator has shut itself off and won't turn back on.
Your Fridge Isn't Getting Cold Enough
If your refrigerator is having trouble maintaining its temperature, it could be one of several problems. A blocked drain, broken thermostat, or aged door gaskets could be the culprit.
Strange Noises Coming From Fridge
Loud noises coming from your fridge are usually a sure indication that the compressor motor is failing or the fan is wearing out and needs to be replaced.
Sometimes, all you need is a simple replacement part for your refrigerator. We've got you covered and can order and install the following parts for a variety of makes and models of refrigerators:
- Water Filters
- Fridge & Freezer Light Bulbs
- Cold Controls
- Defrost Heaters
- Door Switches and Seals
- Drawers, Bins, and Shelving
- Condensers and Compressors
- Ice Maker Components
- Evaporators and Fans