Refrigerator Services Inc Provide the best Chicago Appliance repair services in Schiller park and chicago We will respond to your call quickly. We provide quality in-home appliance repair services at reasonable prices.
We provides the highest quality professional systems and service.
We offer In-Home Repair & Maintenance Service for the following: Washers & Dryers, Refrigeration, Cooking, Dishwashers, Microwaves, Heating & Cooling Systems, and more! Schedule an in-home appointment on-line calling 1 (847) 801-9586. We have 10 specialist waiting for your call to garanty the same day service
the best refrigerator repair service in the Chicago area. We work on nearly all brands, including commercial refrigerators. We understand that when your refrigerator isn't working, you're losing food. That's why we make refrigeration repair a priority.
Our service call is free with the repair. We are open 24 hours a day 7 days a week. We specialize in - washer repair, dryer repair, refrigerator repair, stove repair, oven repair, microwave repair, dishwasher repair, central heating & cooling repair, freezer repair and disposal repair.
We repair all major brands including: Admiral, Amana, Jennaire, Whirlpool, Amana, Maytag, Tappan, Frigidare, Kitchenaid, Bosch, Hotpoint, Viking, GE, Westinghouse, General Electric, Sears, Kenmore and many more.
Our professional technicians are specially trained in all Brands and models of most of the home appliances, even the most recent, so you can feel comfortable in knowing they'll diagnostic your refrigerator, washer or any other appliance correctly in order to to save you time and money. Our technician will give you an estimate including the part if you need to replace any. As they have access to our inventory. They mostly have the parts in the truck.
With your approval the technician will fix the appliance for the best price and give you the tips to take care of your appliance in order to avoid the problem in the future.
We have a minimum of 90days warranty for all part and service and we stand behind it as its the power of our company.
“Refrigerators cool faster and work more efficiently when the condenser coils can breathe,” Dirty and congested coils lead not only to higher energy bills, but also a shortened appliance lifespan. Here’s a list of maintenance tips to make sure your refrigerator stays cool and calm: Every three months, vacuum the fan and condenser coils on the rear or bottom of the appliance using the brush attachment. Families with shedding pets should clean the coils monthly. Every three months, clean the door gasket with warm soapy water and towel dry. Inspect the seal for snugness all the way around. Replace when loose, cracked, or torn. Every six months, replace the unit’s water filter (when present) to ensure clean water and ice, and to prevent clogs and leaks. Always keep food covered to prevent odors from migrating throughout the fridge and freezer. An open box of baking soda ($1) will absorb odor-causing acids for up to three months. Always maintain an adequate amount of clearance on all sides of the appliance except for those that are zero-clearance or front-vented. Every month, empty out the icemaker bucket and start fresh, as old cubes can absorb odors. Every three months, verify that the appliance is level both front to back and side to side to ensure both proper door movement and ice maker operation.
If your fridge is not cooling please contact Refrigerator services
As the cooler temperatures approach your gas furnace becomes a major factor for keeping your family warm. For us DIY people who enjoy the gratification of being able to get it done and save money, it presents the challenge of figuring out what we should be doing to keep our gas furnace in the best working condition to ensure we get the most for our money when that gas bill arrives. Here are 10 tips I have learned over the years. First you should check all the vents covers; if they are even the slightest bit dusty, take them down and wash them. This will provide the heat to flow through the house at the rate it was intended. Second you will need to get a vacuum; use the hose to clear out any dust or debris in the air ducts before replacing the vent covers. Third you should change your filter at least once a month. Even if it hasn't been a month if it's dirty change it. A dirty filter will restrict airflow from your gas furnace. Fourth you should make sure your thermostat is in proper working order. I suggest having a qualified technician check this, because making sure the thermostat is calibrated just right is a difficult task for the Do It Yourselfer. Fifth after the technician is done checking the thermostat ask him check your furnace for leaks. This may be spending a few dollars but a crack in your furnace could cost you your life so it's well worth the cost. Sixth you will need to find your gas furnaces blower, take a toothbrush and clean the fan blades and any debris that you can see. A dirty blower can cause your furnace to waste gas costing you money. Seventh you will need to get a vacuum and use the hose end to clear away the dust and debris you just stirred up. Eighth after vacuuming around the blower check your gas furnace belt, if it's frayed or worn replace it with the same type and size belt. Ninth if you find black soot inside your gas furnace call a qualified technician. This is an indication that your gas furnace is malfunctioning. Tenth if at any point you are unsure about anything with your gas furnace you should call a qualified technician to do it. It's better to be safe than sorry when dealing with gas appliances.