Even when you go looking for snacks or drinks several times a day, it’s easy to ignore the refrigerator itself until it decides to stop working. Then you realize what a scientific wonder it really is. Connect with Mr. Appliance® for fridge repair services, and we’ll get your appliance working so well that you’ll be able to forget about it again.
Refrigerator Repair for Any Unit
No matter what type of refrigerator is in your home, our team will get to work on it right away. We take care of damaged part repairs and replacements, general maintenance, and every refrigerator service in between.
Here are the main types of fridges we fix:
- Bottom-freezer and top-freezer refrigerators
- Compact or mini refrigerators
- Counter-depth or built-in refrigerators
- Freezer-less refrigerators
- French door and side-by-side refrigerators
- Smart refrigerators
Refrigerator Brands We Commonly Service
- Fisher & Paykel
Even if you don’t see your refrigerator brand or type represented above, chances are good that our team will handle it without a hitch. We will respond quickly and show complete respect for you and your home during the refrigerator repair service.
Refrigerator Parts We Commonly Replace
- Cold controls
- Condensers and compressors
- Defrost heaters
- Door switches and seals
- Drawers, bins, and shelving
- Evaporators and fans
- Ice maker components
- Replacement bulbs
- Water filters
- And other refrigerator parts!
Fridge Repair vs. Replacement
If you attempt to perform a refrigerator repair yourself but it proves too challenging—or you can't determine the issue—call our refrigerator repair company to assess the situation. Mr. Appliance will be up-front with you about your appliance’s condition and whether it makes sense to get refrigerator repair service or a replacement.
If you recently invested in your appliance, the required repairs are likely minor modifications or tune-ups. A newer fridge can usually be returned to working condition by a trained professional. However, if your refrigerator is older and likely struggling due to years of wear and tear, replacement may be a more financially savvy solution. Refrigerators usually last about 14 years, but only if they're well maintained throughout that time. Check out our refrigerator maintenance tips, and keep in mind that Mr. Appliance also offers routine maintenance services for fridges.
Find Local Refrigerator Repair Near Me
From mini fridge repair to smart fridge repair, Mr. Appliance has you covered. We’ll diagnose your refrigerator's problem and determine whether it needs extensive repairs, a slight tune-up, or a replacement.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is it worth it to repair a refrigerator?
Often, it’s worth it, but it depends on what the problem is. Determine the potential cost of repair and compare it to the cost of a new refrigerator. If the cost of repair is close to or higher than the cost to replace your fridge, you’ll probably want to buy a new one. However, many repairs will be far cheaper than replacements.
Can an appliance repairman repair cosmetic damage on a refrigerator?
An appliance repair person should be able to help remove or visibly reduce some dents and dings from materials like stainless steel. If the damage is on the surface of a coated refrigerator, you may be able to touch it up yourself with appliance paint.
Can the refrigerator need repair but not the freezer?
Yes, it can. Your freezer and refrigerator in a combination fridge-freezer unit can go bad independently of each other and might not need repairs at the same time.