Freezer Repair Austin
The Best Freezer Repair in Austin, TX
Proudly Servicing Austin Since 1995
Freezer Repair And Services Austin
Hill Country Repairs offers freezer repair services in Austin, TX. We repair home & kitchen appliances including freezer brands such as Sub-Zero, Whirlpool, GE Monogram, Viking, LG, KitchenAid, Frigidaire and many more. With years of experience our technicians can quickly diagnose the problem and fix it, usually on the first visit. Our service fee is the most affordable in the area. We only use genuine freezer repair parts for freezers and have many of them on hand for a faster repairs. No matter what kind of freezer problem you have, we can take care of it.
We are happy that we can provide quality services for freezers in the Austin area, and also provide services for other appliances such as dishwashers, refrigerators, washers, dryers, ovens, stoves services.
Hill Country Repairs specializes in repairing all freezer brands and models as well as refrigerators, ice makers and wine coolers. No matter what kind of freezer problem you have, we can take care of it. Even if your freezer is noisy, not cooling, leaking water or simply not operating properly. So, contact us to schedule an in-home repair visit. We provide comprehensive diagnostics and troubleshooting. Our team will locate the source of the problem, provide repair, and make sure your freezer is running just like new.
Freezer Preventive Maintenance
Preventive freezer maintenance reduces the amount of freezer service and prolongs the life of the freezer. It’s a good preventive maintenance practice to clean the freezer condenser coils often for safety and energy efficiency.
A freezer along with the refrigerator is one of the few appliances in one’s home that runs continuously, day or night, keeping your food cold. If you consider how hard a freezer has to work, it is actually quite amazing that they break down so infrequently. On the rare occasion your freezer does stop working.
Temperature settings for refrigerator and freezer compartments are often given arbitrary numbers by manufacturers (for example, 1 through 9, warmest to coldest), but generally 37 to 41 °F is ideal for the refrigerator compartment and 0 °F for the freezer. Some refrigerators must be within certain external temperature parameters to run properly. This can be an issue when placing units in an unfinished area, such as a garage
In the past, freezer and the refrigerators consumed more energy than any other home appliance, but in the last twenty years progress has been made to design, manufacture, and encourage the sale of freezers with improved energy efficiency. Current US models that are Energy Star qualified use 50 percent less energy than the average models made in 1974. Energy Star is an international standard for energy efficient consumer products originated in the US. It was created in 1992 by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy. The most energy-efficient unit made in the US consumes about half a kilowatt-hour per day. Larger units, especially those with large freezers and icemakers, may use as much as 4 kWh per day.