How to Tell if Your Refrigerator Needs Repair?

Just like most other appliances in your home, there’s a good chance you probably take your refrigerator for granted. You probably don’t think about it a whole lot unless something goes wrong. But how can you tell whether or not you need a professional to come out and fix it? Here are a few signs.

You See Puddles on the Kitchen Floor

If your refrigerator is leaking, that probably means the defrost drain is clogged or a water supply valve has been damaged and refrigerator needs repair. There could also be a damaged seal somewhere in the appliance.

It’s Making Loud Noises

A refrigerator should operate quietly at all times. If yours is starting to make loud noises, that could be the sign of a problem. Get in touch with a professional if your unit is making loud, clanking noises or cycling on and off far too often.

Your Food Spoils

This is probably the most obvious sign something wrong. After all, your food isn’t supposed to turn bad when it’s in the refrigerator, right? If food is expiring before it’s supposed to, the inside of the unit could be too warm. If the same problem keeps happening after you turn the thermostat down, call a pro.

The Refrigerator Feels Hot

You might think that your refrigerator works by cooling down the inside of the unit, but that’s not the case. It actually removes heat from the air. As a result, the outside should feel somewhat warm. But if it all of a sudden feels hot, that means something’s wrong and your refrigerator needs repair.

Call Appliance Home Service

The experts with Appliance Home Service have more than 20 years of experience repairing a wide variety of appliances. If you’re having problems with your refrigerator or any other appliance in your home, call (281) 656-8428 to schedule an appointment.

Disclaimer- These blogs are for information purposes only. Due to high voltages, following these tips and doing it yourself could be fatal and may cause serious injuries. Please call professionals to handle all electronic repairs.