Refrigerator and Freezer Repair
We service all household and most commercial reach-in refrigerators, domestic and import, and repair all major refrigerator and freezer brands. We will diagnose your fridge correctly, fix it fast with most parts in stock, and guarantee our work for 6 months.
We’re the only company in the area repairing all types of refrigeration problems, including sealed system repairs. If your refrigerator has a sealed system problem, has no refrigerant, leaks Freon, or needs compressor replacement, chances are First Choice Appliance Repair is the only company around which can help you out in a timely fashion and for reasonable money.
Are you having any of the following problems with your refrigerator?
- Water leaks inside or outside of the refrigerator
- Refrigerator or freezer not cold enough
- Refrigerator not defrosting or has frost buildup
- Ice build-up
- Icemaker not making ice
- Water or ice dispenser not working
- Fan not working or making noise
- Water build-up under drawers
- Refrigerator is noisy or loud
- Compressor and fans are running continuously
- Refrigerator defrost drain clogged
- Freezer section is cold but refrigerator is warm
- Divider between freezer and refrigerator sections is hot
If you experience one of these or any other problem, give us a call today (208) 415-1500 – So we can repair your refrigerator and you can regain your peace of mind!
We understand how important it is to have your refrigerator working again! Refrigerator repair needs to be done quickly and professionally, to minimize loss of food stored inside. That’s why at First Choice Appliance Repair scheduling your refrigerator repair as quickly as possible is our priority.
History of Refrigeration
History of refrigeration is quite interesting, and some of it happened right here, in North Idaho! Check out our new article about refrigeration history in North Idaho.
Refrigerator and Freezer Maintenance Tips
At least once a month clean the inside of the cabinet of the refrigerator to help prevent odors from building up. Also, clean immediately any spills. Wash all removable parts, the inside walls of the cabinets, the door liners, and the gaskets by hand with warm water and a mild detergent; then rinse and dry them. Additionally, never use cleaning waxes, concentrated detergents, bleaches, or cleaners containing petroleum products on plastic parts of your refrigerator. On the outside of the cabinet, use a sponge with warm water and a mild detergent to clean dirt and dust.
Clean the defrost pan, which is located behind the toe plate or behind the cabinet once a month. Also, at least once a month clean the condenser coil of dust. Keep the floor under the refrigerator free of dirt and debris when the cabinet is rolled out away from the wall. Finally, after the cabinet is rolled back in place, check to make sure that the cabinet is level.