Expert Home Refrigerator Service
We understand how frustrating it is when your fridge breaks – we are homeowners too. With over 20 years of experience fixing refrigerators, freezers, wine coolers and compressors, we will get your fridge back up and running in no time!
You can trust our technicians with you appliance repair because we guarantee satisfaction. We are family owned and operated and we stand behind our impeccable reputation. Our customers know us as fully transparent and efficient appliance repair experts, and we will always strive to maintain that reputation through professional and reliable service.
Fridge Repair Service You Can Trust
Trust is what we’re all about. Our work is backed by our warranty for your peace of mind!
Our work speaks for itself, and we have over 20 years of experience to back it all up.
Our industry experts can repair even the most complicated appliance issues.
An appliance repair shouldn’t cost the same as a new appliance. We’ll help you save more!
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CooperFIx Appliance Repair offers reliable, same-day appliance repair services in the GTA. We can fix all your residential appliances and our customer support center is open 7 days a week to assist you in booking a service call.
Fridge Repair - North
Fridge Repair - GTA
Common Fridge Issues
- Fridge not cooling
- Fridge is warm
- Clicking sound from freezer
- Broken fridge water dispenser
- Fridge leaking
- Ice maker not working
- Coils frosting up
- Broken fridge light
- Fridge compressor is too hot
- Strange fridge sounds
- Freezer not freezing all shelves
- Fridge drain issues
- Fridge error code
- Fridge leaks water
- Freezer not cooling
- Fridge is leaking water
- Fridge doesn’t work
- Strange freezer noise
- No water from fridge dispenser
- Fridge fan broken
- Fridge freezing food
- Fridge temperature too low
- Broken icemaker
- Icemaker doesn’t dispense ice
- Condensation in fridge
- Fridge door not closing properly
- Freezer not closing properly
Home Fridge Repair FAQs
On average, a fridge repair can cost anywhere from $150 and up. The price depends on the service and the cost of spare parts that will be used. For example, a simple thermostat replacement will cost much less than motor issues. Of course it also depends if the fridge is commercial or residential.
When it comes to fridges, it is likely that you are better off fixing an issue rather than replacing the appliance, simply because they are very expensive to begin with. Unless the fridge is very old and deemed beyond repair, fixing it can save you the high cost of getting a new one. However, if you continue to experience issues, the cost can quickly add up, so it may be better for you to just replace it.
Yes. If your fridge repair technician doesn’t need any spare parts, you can have it fixed within the same day. Our technicians are always available for same day fridge repair service.
At Cooper Fix, we send out the best and experienced technicians to fix your fridge. Usually, one to two technicians will arrive to your home and inspect the appliance. After identifying the issue, they will inform you of the issue and provide you with a quote. If you decide to continue with the repair, our technicians will proceed with fixing the fridge.
There are a few things you can do to make the fridge repair process go smoother. You can:
- Empty out the fridge
- Have all warranties and documents available (if you have them)
- Make sure there is a person 18+ to meet the technicians
- Restrain any pets you may have
In some cases, your technician won’t be able to fix your fridge without replacement parts. Depending on the appliance and the availability of those spare parts, it may take a while for them to arrive. Cooper Fix technicians are well stocked with common spare parts, which means they can usually perform repairs on the spot. If the spare part is not available at the moment, our technicians will make sure it is ordered and that it arrives as fast as possible.
It depends. If you have a heated garage, you’re probably okay with keeping a fridge in it. However, most manufacturers don’t recommend keeping a refrigerator in a room where the temperature is below 50 degrees Fahrenheit, so if your garage is unheated, you’re better off not keeping your fridge in it. Over time, the cold weather will cause problems with your fridge.
Home Fridge Maintenance Tips
Keep the coils free from dust and debris. They are usually located in the back of the fridge or at the bottom. You can quickly get rid of the dirt simply by using a vacuum or a soft brush. Do this once or twice a year.
The fridge uses more energy and works harder if its gasket isn’t sealing well. Check the gasket for wear and tear often and if you find any cracks, it should be replaced. Also, make sure to clean it with some warm water mixed with soap to prevent damage from food and crumbs building up.
Fridge water dispensers and ice makers have filters that need regular changing. Check your fridge manufacturer instructions for instructions on how to keep your water dispenser and icemaker clean.
Piping hot dishes straight from the oven shouldn’t be placed in the fridge. This will cause an irregular temperature, making the fridge work more to stabilize. Let hot items cool down before you put them inside the fridge.
If your fridge doesn’t close properly, the cool air will escape, which will make it work much harder and also waste energy.
While it’s good to keep your fridge moderately full, make sure you don’t overcrowd it, so that the food doesn’t get in the way of any vents or controls. Also, while we’re at storing food, be sure to keep it sealed with secured tops to minimize moisture.
The position of your fridge matters a lot. You won’t always be able to choose where to place it, but if you do have a choice, keep it away from any heating source such as your cooktop or oven. If your fridge is close to heat, it will work harder and use more energy.
Common Fridge Parts
- Compressor motor
- Compressor pump
- Air filter
- Evaporator fan
- Water inlet valve
- Water filter
- Water supply valve
- Condenser fan
- Heater and thermistor
- Defrost control board
Each service truck carries a full inventory of common replacement parts so we can perform most refrigerator repairs within the same day.