Your freezer is one of the appliances in your home that works round the clock. There’s always something in there, and many times, it’s a lot of food. If you run a food store, your freezer allows you to store a lot of food in good condition before clients can buy it. For this reason, the thought that your freezer can break down can be quite uncomfortable. Yet the fact is your freezer, like other electrical appliances, will occasionally experience some defects.
Why You Need To Respond To Freezer Defects Quickly
When your freezer breaks down, so many things could go wrong. First of all, you find yourself with a lot of food that could spoil in a day or two, and that’s a lot of money lost. But even when the freezer can still cool, realize that most defects interfere with the appliance’s efficiency. This causes your freezer to work harder than normal, which means more energy consumption and, ultimately, higher power bills. Further, any small defect that’s not addressed tends to escalate within a short time, forcing you to pay a lot more to address it in the end. It’s, therefore, best to take action once you’ve noticed that something’s wrong with your freezer.
Top Freezer Problems to Watch Out For
Like most appliances, freezers are available in a plethora of brands and models. However, most freezers tend to experience similar defects in the course of their lifetimes. Here are some of the commonest freezer malfunctions.
- The appliance does not power
- The freezer can no longer cool as it used to
- The freezer takes too long to cool
- There are unusual sounds coming from the appliance
- The freezer leaks water
- The door of the freezer is defective
- The cycling off feature is broken
When you notice these issues, you need to take action before things escalate.
So What Should You Do?
Some people opt to buy a new freezer to replace the malfunctioning one. If you are like most people, however, this is not the first solution you want to think about. A new freezer can set you back a significant amount of money, and chances are you are not thinking of spending hundreds of dollars on a new freezer at the moment. Besides, a lot of freezer defects are usually easy and affordable to repair. But don’t try to fix the appliance yourself unless you have the appropriate training to do so. Otherwise, you can worsen the problem further and even hurt yourself in the process. It’s always best to find a certified appliance repair technician you can trust and let them do the job competently. You can count on us at La Canada Appliance Repair to provide lasting solutions to all freezer problems you may have, including the severest.
Why Choose Us?
An appliance repair company should be able to repair your freezer not just competently, but also quickly. We can guarantee that at La Canada Appliance Repair. We have a team of the most highly qualified appliance repair technicians in La Canada. Every member of our team is certified to repair appliances from all leading appliance brands in the country. among the brands we work with are Subzero, Kitchen Aid, Viking, Samsung, Thermador, GE, Bosch, Scotsman, Scotsman, GE, Westinghouse, DCS, Electrolux, Wolf, Kenmore and LG. In all repairs, we only use replacement parts that are factory-approved for the appliance we’re working on. We know your freezer deserves nothing less.
To get your freezer working perfectly as quickly as possible, we always offer same day repair service. Once you call us, we’ll dispatch one of our experienced technicians to your doorstep. The technician first assesses the freezer to accurately pinpoint the cause of the problem and recommends the best solution for it. The technician also quickly prepares an all-inclusive estimate for the repair costs and gives it to you upfront. Should you give them the go ahead, they’ll start the repair immediately. In no time at all, your freezer will be functioning perfectly once again. We always leave the area as clean as we found it.
We are open 24/7, so you can always talk to us whenever you need us.
To request our services, please call us toll-free through: +1 (818) 657-7761