A fridge can only stop working for so many reasons.
If you aren't sure why, one of our Denver refrigerator repair specialists will get to the bottom of it in a flash.
We have handled just about every appliance repair job the Denver CO area could throw at us -- from commercial kitchen appliances to rare, vintage in-wall ovens. Regardless, every refrigerator repair in Denver CO is managed in a similar fashion. Firstly, we start with assessing the potentially defective refrigerator parts in the least intrusive way.
Worst case scenario, we have to take apart your fridge and dig deeper to find the refrigerator parts that are causing the problem. Then, we are able to price out these refrigerator parts in Denver CO from our great suppliers; quickly, we supply you with a repair quote and await your response. If you hire us for your refrigerator repair in Denver CO then we will charge you for parts and labor, and not the diagnosis -- we even drop $10 off your first refrigerator repair service with us.
All said and done, your fridge will be working like new again and we'll be on to our next refrigerator repair in Denver CO. Don't hire just anyone; you need to make sure you contact a refrigerator repair company you can trust. With a proven track record of providing successful appliance repairs to the Denver CO area, we are confident you will be happy if you entrust with us with your fridge repair needs.
To start the process, give us a call and explain the problems you are having with your refrigerator. We will then schedule a time that works for you to have one of our experts come out and take a look, complete the diagnosis, and hopefully start the repair and get your fridge working again that day!
Your refrigerator energy ratings are only accurate if your refrigerator is properly maintained. Many little problems can surface, making your refrigerator less energy efficient. One of the lesser noticed issues involves the condenser coils, which are located either underneath or behind your refrigerator. Just give them a quick cleaning once or twice a year with a brush or vacuum. Make sure to unplug the appliance before you begin. Not only will this help with energy efficiency, but it can help prevent potential refrigerator repair problems in the future too.