How to Know When You Need a Refrigerator Repair Service

Evo Appliance Repair & Service got you covered with any Refrigerator trouble that you may have and we are happy to Help 24/7

It’s easy to take a refrigerator for granted. Day in day out, they keep food fresh and are such an integral part of our day we barely spare them a second thought. Not until they break down do we realize how much value and convenience they add to our lives.

Older refrigerators can succumb to wear and tear after years of loyal service, but newer units are not exempt from breakdowns. Whatever fault is behind the failure of your appliance, it should always be handled by a professional refrigerator repair service.

Professionals will help extend the life of your refrigerator and guarantee the work and parts used for extra peace of mind.


How to Know When It's Time to Call Your Appliance Repair Vancouver Service

Evo Appliance Repair & Service got you covered with any Refrigerator trouble that you may have and we are happy to Help 24/7

There are many different systems in the refrigerator that all work together to keep food cool or frozen.

Some faults can cause catastrophic failure, while others will impact the refrigerator’s performance, such as food thawing out in the freezer or milk going sour within a couple of days.

If you notice any of the following conditions in your refrigerator, it might be time to call your appliance repair Vancouver service.

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Excessive condensation

 A refrigerator that looks likes it is sweating may not be cooling properly. The first thing we will check is the rubber sealing around the doors. If we notice any water droplets or mold growth, your seal may be worn out. Condensation inside the appliance means the temperature setting is not operating correctly. Left unchecked, your food will start spoiling ahead of time.

The rear of the refrigerator is hot to touch

 It’s normal for the back of the fridge to feel warm to the touch. However, if it feels hot, something is not right with your device. Call your local refrigerator repair service to inspect your coils or find the source of the issue

Food takes longer to cool

If your cold water bottle is taking longer than usual to cool down, or you notice your vegetables aren’t staying fresh, it’s likely your refrigerator is struggling to maintain cool temperatures. It’s also using a lot more energy than it should. Call your appliance repair Vancouver service to get your refrigerator back to efficient operation.

How Can Our Refrigerator Repair Service Help?

It will depend on the fault as to how our refrigerator repair service can help restore your refrigerator back to regular operation. The main issues we come across include

What Can Happen to a fridge

  • Thermostat failures– These devices regulate the temperature inside the unit and are critical for achieving optimal temperatures.
  • Faulty compressors– Compressors pressurize the coolant. Over time, normal wear and tear can result in a gradual decline in the compressor’s performance to the point they need replacing.
  • Dirty coils– Coils absorb and dissipate heat. If they are dirty and covered in dust, they will not perform as well as they should.
  • Worn door seals– Years of opening and closing your refrigerator doors will eventually degrade the door seal and its ability to seal the unit. Your fridge will struggle to keep the interior cool, which will make it a lot less energy efficient.


Fridge repair common issues

Always have your refrigerator issues checked over by a qualified refrigerator repair service, as most symptoms can be caused by a variety of factors. Call today to find out how we can extend the life of your refrigerator today.
  • Leaking Fridge – You may have issue with the defrost or Clogged Drain .
  • Refrigerator Too cold or Not cold enough – .
  • Ice Maker is not working properly
  • Refrigerator is making high pitch noise
  • Water in the crispers
  • Fridge will not turn on.
  • Fridge is making loud noise
  • Fridge door will not close
  • Fridge temperature controls will not respond.
  • Freezer is cold and the fridge is warm