Freezer$20 OFF ANY REPAIR
Refrigerators and freezers have become an essential part of our lives that we are at a loss when it breaks down, acts up or suddenly stops working because not only does it keep our food fresh and our beverages cold, it is also essential to creating cold treats, ice, cooking/baking and keeping our meat and poultry products frozen.
While these appliances are sturdy and are made to withstand day to day use, there may be instances when you run into some issues. With the amount of use your freezer experience on a day to day basis, it is impressive how it rarely breaks down - but in the event that it does, it can be quite inconvenient.
A broken freezer can lead to a lot of stress and frustration in figuring out what to do and a lot of waste because you would have to take everything out of the freezer and either cook it or give it away. It is not always easy to find a quick solution when your freezer breaks down. While most problems can be fixed after consulting the owner's manual, major issues like a malfunctioning compressor, a damaged defrost heater or a bad evaporator coil requires more expert attention from a trained professional.
There are many various reasons as to why your freezer stops working or starts to become faulty. Most common symptoms include water leaks, food doesn't become frozen, weird noises or your food spoils quickly even if placed inside the freezer. If you experience any of these, your freezer may be broken and needs extra TLC. Don't go out and buy a new one just yet! For minor faults and issues, it is wiser to have your broken freezer repaired than purchase a new one.
Appliance Repair Expert only work with the best and well experienced repair professionals. Our staff are friendly, accomodating and most of all, good at what they do! Call us at 718-708-2638 or send us a message via our Contact Us page to get started! We offer same day services and a free repair estimate. Quick and efficient freezer repair services - only from the certified experts of Appliance Repair Expert!