When You Need Sub-Zero Refrigerator Repair

Our company specializes in Sub-Zero refrigerator repair, and we place customer service as our top priority. We employ a team of expert technicians who have undergone extensive training and certification. Our specialty is Sub-Zero fridge repair as well as the sale of new appliances. A broken appliance is a source of stress, and our team is available to respond to any emergency repair needs any time of the day or night.

One of our specialty brands is the Sub-Zero refrigerator freezer brand, and each of our technicians is factory trained, licensed, and insured. Our company also services all types of major home appliances and guarantee all work the first time around. We have some of the highest local ratings for customer service, and our technicians will show up on time for your arranged service appointment. All our work comes with a service guarantee, and we will promptly correct any repairs if needed. Our technicians can arrive at any designated service appointment time that fits your schedule and are always professional and courteous.

Some of the most common issues that can go wrong with refrigerators include electrical malfunction or problems with the thermostat. A defrosting freezer and too-high fridge temperature are two of the most common signs of a refrigerator that needs a repair technician. If your fridge is equipped with power lights, first check if they’re on and if the fan is running. If the fridge still has power, take a look at the thermostat and adjust it. When the temperature doesn’t lower, it’s a good indication of an electrical problem that needs a professional repair. To check if the fridge still has power, move it out and unplug it before plugging it back in. It’s also a good idea to check the circuit breaker or the specific fuse that powers the electrical outlet for the refrigerator.

To check if the motor of the refrigerator is still functioning, you’ll need to pull the fridge away from the wall and look for the compressor that’s usually located at the back bottom section of most refrigerator brands, including the sub-zero brand. If you find the motor is still functioning but the fridge temperature is above where it should be, the compressor or the thermostat might be malfunctioning, or the defrost timer may need to be repaired or replaced. Our service technicians can complete this quickly and efficiently.

Problems with the cooling coils are also common problems with refrigerators. When these coils become dirty or corroded, it can interfere with normal refrigerator function. A cooling fan is near these coils, and both parts need to be cleaned on a regular basis. The coils and fan can be accessed by unscrewing and removing the access plate located on the back of the fridge. A normal part of fridge repair is running a vacuum attachment along the compressor and coils as well as the fan. Worn-out coils are among the most common problems of broken fridges. For any repair needs, contact us today for your free estimate.