What is Sears Home Services refrigerator repair?
Sears Home Services is your best, most-trusted option for refrigerator repairs and maintenance. With hundreds of local repair centers across the US staffed with technicians that are highly trained, licensed, vetted, and guaranteed to fix all of your refrigerator repair needs, we are your best choice for any refrigerator repair, no matter which brand you have, or where you bought it, including Kenmore appliances, our house brand. Rest assured that we are experts at repairing any appliance in your home. We have thousands of local technicians that are always “near me,” that can help you no matter what your appliance emergency.
When should I hire a Sears Appliance Technician?
There may be times when you can fix or maintain your refrigerator yourself. If you’ve noticed your refrigerator is making strange noises, you have a torn door seal, or a light bulb goes out, these may be easy fixes. If you’ve got significant frost buildup, your fridge is leaking water, or stops working altogether, it’s probably time to call Sears in for a repair.
What are some common problems with refrigerators that need repair?
Some of the most commonly repaired refrigerator problems include:
- The refrigerator is making strange noises
- The door seal or door gasket is torn
- The light bulb inside the refrigerator is out or is not working
- There is a leak in the refrigerator
- The refrigerator is not making ice anymore
- There is frost buildup
- There is no water in the dispenser
- The refrigerator is using too much power
- The refrigerator compressor is not working
Of course there are other problems that can, and do, occur with refrigerators – if you’re having a problem that’s not listed here, you can always make an appointment with a highly trained, local Sears refrigerator specialist. Our local technicians are always near you – we come right to your house.
Did you know Sears Home Services fixes most major appliances, including refrigerators, televisions, and HVAC systems? See everything we repair.