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Refrigerator Repair Near Me

Is your refrigerator buzzing loudly or not staying cold? Enter your zip code to find affordable refrigerator repair near you.


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  • Frontdoor Pro Frontdoor Pro® selects the best refrigerator repair professionals in your area and has completed more than 10,000 refrigerator repair calls in the United States.
  • Schedule an appointment today to have your refrigerator repaired by a local professional you can trust.
  • Select a two-hour window for your repair professional to arrive and use our app to follow them on their way to your home.

How It Works

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Book Online

Pick a date and 2-hour appointment time when you want your Frontdoor® Pro to arrive.
Review On-Site Estimate

Step 2

Review On-Site Estimate

Your highly reviewed Pro will prepare an estimate to complete the repair.
Pay After Work Is Done

Step 3

Pay After Work Is Done

When the work is complete, pay the final invoice and relax, knowing you’re covered by our Frontdoor® Pro Guarantee.
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We make it easy to find professional refrigerator repair

No more calling friends and family for recommendations or scrolling through pages of reviews for a refrigeration repairman. Frontdoor Pro pairs you with an experienced pro in your area. Our local, vetted professionals have successfully completed thousands of refrigerator jobs throughout the United States.

Hire a local who understands the needs of homeowners in your area

When you hire a local for fridge repair service, you are partnering with a member of your community who is familiar with local needs and get the job done quickly. They understand the most common problems the types of refrigerators that are popular in your area — from GE and Frigidaire to Whirlpool, Samsung, LG, and beyond.

upfront pricing. no surprises.

New refrigerators are expensive, so it’s important to keep the one you have in good shape and running for as long as possible. A visit from our refrigerator repair professionals only costs around $260 on average — considerably less than buying a new fridge, which can cost between $1,000 and $2,000.

Best of all, you will know how much you’re paying right from the start, with no surprise charges or up-selling. And you don’t pay a penny until the work is done!
  • We were delighted with your service!! It's not easy having your refrigerator suddenly die with food spoilage, water all over the floor and no place to put the remaining food. How wonderful to be able to contact you late at night and get an appointment for the very next day! We'll be using you again soon.
    Paula D., Virginia, VA
  • No one is ever happy when an appliance fails, especially if it is your refrigerator. But there was a happy ending after I called Frontdoor Pro. The service technician, Jeremy, called right before he arrived. He was on time, diagnosed the problem, installed a new part and got everything working in less than an hour. Excellent!!
    James T., Dallas, TX

refrigerator repair FAQ

When your refrigerator stops cooling, the most common cause is a problem with the condenser coils. When the condenser coils are dirty, air doesn't properly circulate, and refrigerant can't cool as it passes through them. Unplugging the refrigerator and cleaning the coils could get your refrigerator working again.
Refrigerator repair cost varies depending on the make and model of your fridge, its age, and whether it is a built-in fridge or stand-alone. Fridge repairs done by Frontdoor Pro pros average $260 but stand-alone repairs typically cost more than repairs on built-in fridges.
The value of refrigerator repair can be determined by the age of your refrigerator and its style. Built-in refrigerators have a longer lifespan and a lower repair cost than stand-alone models, so they are worth fixing regardless of age. Most stand-alone refrigerators last around 12 years, so if they are near that age, it might be a good idea to replace rather than repair them.
Fixing a torn refrigerator door seal can help save your food and keep your electricity rate from skyrocketing. To fix the seal, first clean it with warm water and soap—removing any built-up dirt and grime. Next, apply silicone sealant to the seal where it connects with the door and cover the seal with wax paper. Trim the wax paper to fit around the seal and close the door, allowing about 8 hours for the sealant to set.

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Repair/replacement cost ranges are the twentieth and eightieth percentile of U.S. costs as reported in A Study of Homeowners’ Appliance and Home Systems Service Experiences, a nationwide survey of homeowners conducted in 2019 by ClearVantage for American Home Shield. Further reproduction or use is expressly prohibited.

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