Common Signs Your Freezer Needs Repair
Has your energy bill unbelievably increased? Are you experiencing troubles with your cooling units? Do not worry because we will help you get on top of this situation. Keep your eye on these common signs that your freezer needs repair.
Your Food Easily Gets Spoiled
Your fridge is intended to keep your food cold and fresh, not the opposite thing. If it’s taking a long time to cool your beverages and unable to maintain its set temperature there is something wrong. It could be a refrigerant issue or a broken thermostat. It would be best to get it checked by the pros.
Your Cooling Unit is Heating Up
If your cooling unit is constantly releasing too much heat, it puts your health and safety in jeopardy. It signals a mechanical problem that needs urgent repair. The evaporator coils are possibly clogged with dirt or dust, which adds pressure to your fridge to work harder. It doesn’t just hurt your savings, but it increases the wear and tear of your system.
Strange Noises & Rusty Smell
Your fridge is supposed to operate quietly and effectively keep your food and beverages cold. If it starts to make strange noises and produces a foul, burnt or rusty smell, it indicates a damaged part or other major system issues. Call a repair technician to check and fix the problem as soon as possible.
High Electric Bills
Have you noticed a drastic change in your energy costs? Are you consistently paying expensive utility bills? When your cooling system becomes inefficient and starts malfunctioning, it doubles your energy consumption while in operation, and it decreases your unit’s lifespan. Get your fridge serviced by licensed repair techs. Check the warranty or extended service plan of your unit.
Evidence of Water Leaks
If you see excessive water droplets around the rubber seal or leaks from your fridge, it’s another sign of the system’s issues that needs immediate attention. Fluctuating temperature causes your fridge or freezer to form an iceberg or no cooling. It could be caused by damaged water supply valve, clogged drain, or faulty sealing. Don’t take a chance trying to fix it yourself or the problem may get worse.
Call us today at All-A-Round Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration, LLC, and let us take care of your cooling needs.