While some freezers are truly complicated modern marvels, most freezers are relatively simple appliances. A freezer works by taking the warm air from outside the appliance and cooling it down. This is done by transferring heat using the principles of evaporation.
Even if your freezer comes with all the bells and whistles, it still operates using this basic principle. Additionally, all freezers will have a compressor, condenser, evaporator, capillary tube, and thermostat.
These important parts help regulate the temperature and correct function of both standalone freezer appliances and freezers that are attached to refrigerators. If these parts fail to operate correctly, the food in your freezer and refrigerator are likely to pay the price.
So if you’ve noticed any issues with your freezer, act quickly! Contact Same Day Appliance Repair and ask about our freezer repair in Arlington. Our highly-experienced and qualified repair technician that visits your home is fully bonded, licensed, and insured. As well, we are EPA certified, so you know that our repair techniques and replacement practices won’t endanger the environment.
Don’t ignore that broken freezer! Contact us today for fast and affordable freezer repair in Arlington.