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FRIDGE REPAIR SERVICE
Certified repair service for residential refrigerators

Same-day repair services for different manufacturers of refrigerators, freezers and ice makers. We offer convenient scheduling via phone at (647) 308-8103 or online request.

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​FACTORY CERTIFIED

Certified technicians with years of experience

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COMPLETE WARRANTY

Each repair is covered by service and parts warranty

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QUALITY WORKMENSHIP

We use only certified manufacturer parts

WHY CHOOSE US?

Total Care Appliance Repair has years of experience in providing refrigerator repair services. Our appliance technicians are honest and certified. Warranty, Satisfaction Guarantee, fair prices, and high-quality repair services is what you can expect from us.

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HONEST WORK AND FAIR PRICE

Trustworthy services at reasonable prices!

Our company proud itself on having honest technicians who care about their customers and the work that they do.  Our technicians provide fridge repair services at reasonable prices and offer a warranty on all services, including the replaced parts. Before we start work, you will be informed of the issue that was found and what repair is necessary including the cost of parts and labour. 

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​BEST QUALITY

Licensed and Certified Appliance Experts!

We strive to offer our customers quality and dependable repair services. All our appliance technicians have all the necessary licenses and certificates to service all appliances at the highest level of quality. In addition, all our replacement parts are manufactured certified parts (OEM).

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CONVENIENT TIME

Available six days a week!

Total Care Appliance Repair provides refrigerator repair. You are welcome to contact us by phone or submit the request online to schedule the most convenient time to visit your place, mostly the same day. In addition, we offer emergency fridge repair services.

TYPES OF REFRIGERATORS WE REPAIR

The refrigerator allows households to keep food fresh for longer. When you buy a fridge, you are looking for the most suitable to your wishes and expectations. And, of course, you consider the specific features and your needs. Moreover, you want to receive a quality product that will serve you for a long time.

Refrigerators that are not performing as usual or have issues need an experienced licensed technician to diagnose and repair the problem. Total Care Appliance Repair technicians have many years of experience in troubleshooting and repairing refrigerators of any type.

We service and repair all household fridges, including freezers, wine coolers, and ice-makers. 

FREE STANDING
  • French-door – have dual refrigerator doors and a pullout freezer drawer for convenient fresh and frozen food storage.

  • Side-by-side – feature an adjacent refrigerator and freezer compartments that allow easy access to both sides.

  • Bottom-mount – convenient access to the frequently used fresh food compartments.

  • Top mount – the freezer is at eye level, with the fresh food compartment on the bottom.

  • Refrigerators (no freezer)

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FREEZERS

These household appliances are used to preserve foods between 25 and 10 degrees F⁰ for use usually within a few weeks or months at most. They have become one of the most common ways for people to preserve meat and other foods.

  • Upright freezers

  • Chest freezers

  • Built-in freezers

  • Drawer freezers

  • Under counter freezers

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​WINE COOLERS

These appliances can be either single or dual-zone and have different elements to chill the wine or juice. There are models with additional features, i.e. the possibility to regulate the humidity, etc.

  • Built-in wine coolers

  • Under counter wine coolers

  • Free-standing wine coolers

ICE MAKERS

This appliance is dedicated to making a large amount of ice that prevents you from having to stock up on ice for parties, special occasions or during the summer period. And it is extremely easy to use.

  • Built-in ice makers

  • Under counter ice makers

  • Free-standing ice makers

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COMMON REFRIGERATOR ISSUES
  • Fridge is not cold enough

  • Fridge water dispenser is not working

  • Fridge ice maker is not working

  • Fridge not defrosting

  • Fridge compressor is hot

  • Fridge defrost drain problems

  • Fridge leaking water

  • Fridge freezing food

  • Fridge light is not working

  • Fridge is not cooling; freezer works

  • Fridge indicator light is out

  • Fridge smell bad

  • Ice maker doesn’t make ice

  • Ice maker doesn’t dispense

  • Error code on the electronic panel

  • Refrigerator broken door seal

  • Refrigerator constantly runs or hums

  • Refrigerator does not defrost

  • Refrigerator is noisy or loud

  • Refrigerator has a refrigerant leak

  • Refrigerator is not working at all

  • Refrigerator fan is not working

  • Refrigerator defrost thermostat

REFRIGERATOR BRANDS WE SERVICE
  • Tip #1 – Clean condenser coils
    Large, radiator-type coils are located at the back or bottom of your refrigerator. They remove heat from the appliance but are less efficient when dust and dirt accumulate on them. Vacuum them off twice a year.
  • Tip #2 – Clean and replace door seals
    Wipe the gaskets around the refrigerator and freezer doors to keep them sealing tightly. Replace loose or torn door seals to save energy and keep your food cold.
  • Tip #3 – Wipe down the interior and exterior
    Use an all-purpose cleaner to remove crumbs and spills on inside shelves, walls and door seals. Special cleaning wipes are available to safely remove fingerprints from exterior stainless-steel doors and handles.
  • Tip #4 – Use a deodorizer to remove odors
    To keep your refrigerator smelling fresh, place a specially designed refrigerator deodorizer inside the unit. It will eliminate food odours for up to six months.
  • Tip #5 – Change the filters
    To keep ice cubes and water tasting fresh, replace the ice maker and water dispenser filters every six months.
REFRIGERATOR MAINTENANCE TIPS
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