Service Overview

There is never a good time to deal with a malfunctioning refrigerator or freezer– which is why our crew offers 24/7 emergency repair service so you don’t have to go through the hassle and frustration of wasted or contaminated food. If your refrigerator or freezer isn’t “broken” and just “on the fritz,” give us a call so that we can optimize your appliances efficiency and repair problems such as:

Feel confident with the knowledge that our experienced technicians have seen it all and are ready to tackle all repairs on all brands!


In most cases, we are able to complete the repairs in a single visit! We have a large inventory of parts that we stock on our service vehicles to increase first call complete repairs. If we have to order a part and return to finish the repair, most often we are able to get it within the week (and we do NOT charge for a second visit!)

The old saying, “They don’t make them like they used to” is the cold truth, especially when referring to refrigerators. It usually makes the most sense to fix your refrigerator, especially if it’s only a minor appliance repair. This is in large part to the fact that the average useful life of a newer refrigerator is less than older models.

Repairs are also typically less expensive than replacing (and don’t forget in addition to the purchase price, you also have the added costs of tax, shipping, installation and extraction of the old appliance.) Also, by repairing your current appliance you can avoid adding another appliance to the landfill.

The normal temperature of a residential refrigerator is about 38° F and for a residential freezer, it is typically about 0° F. Your control settings should be set at the midpoint setting to achieve these temperatures. If you have to adjust your controls beyond the normal settings to achieve these temperatures, you may have an underlying problem.

When you notice the temperature in your fridge isn’t what it used to be, you have reason to be concerned because a number of issues might be causing your fridge to stop cooling. It might have a problem with a thermostat or a leak in the refrigerant as well as a bad or blocked fan. It may also be a problem with the main control boards. Each of these issues could occur at about the same rate. An experienced technician can inspect the issue, identify solutions, and fix your fridge in no time.