Refrigerators have thermally insulated compartments that extend how long we can safely store food. This can be beneficial for your health, savings, and overall comfort. A refrigerator is easy to take for granted — until it breaks and your food begins to rot. Call Hill Country Repairs, and our technicians will repair your refrigerator so it maintains a safe temperature; between 37 and 41 degrees Fahrenheit.
The refrigerator is important! You need speedy, expert repair service so you don’t end up wasting food or suffering foodborne illness. Call us at 512-595-9222, or schedule service online.
Types of Refrigerators We Repair
Our technicians are well-versed in handling repairs on a comprehensive range of refrigerators. We can make sure your home refrigerator operates smoothly again.
Our technicians work on a variety of refrigerators:
- Top freezer refrigerators
- Bottom freezer refrigerators
- French door refrigerators
- Side-by-side refrigerators
- Compact refrigerators
- Freezerless refrigerators
- Counter depth or built-in refrigerators
Refrigerator Brands We Commonly Service
- Fisher & Paykel
- And more!
No matter what type of refrigerator is in your home, our team can get to work right away to address any problems you have with this appliance.
We are here to take care of damaged part repairs, general maintenance, and everything in between.
Call 512-595-9222, or Schedule Service Now!
Refrigerator Parts We Replace:
- Water filters
- Replacement bulbs
- Ice maker components
- Defrost heaters
- Cold controls
- Door switches and seals
- Condensers and compressors
- Evaporators and fans
- Drawers, bins, and shelving
Refrigerator Repair vs. Replacement
If you attempt to perform a refrigerator repair yourself but it’s too challenging or you can’t determine the issue, call an expert to perform the repairs. Especially if you have recently invested in your appliance, the required repairs are likely minor, such as slight modifications or tune-ups. A newer fridge can usually be returned to good condition by a trained professional.
However, if your refrigerator is older and likely struggling due to wear and tear from working hard over the years, replacement may be a more financially savvy solution. Refrigerators usually last about 14 years, but only if they’re well maintained throughout that time. Rather than paying for frequent repairs and maintenance to keep your old refrigerator barely hanging on, invest your money in a new fridge. This can save you time as well.