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Denver Freezer Professionals

Browse these freezer services with great ratings from Thumbtack customers in Denver.

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TXcellence Services
4.9
from 153 reviews
  • 14 years in business
  • 232 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
Rodney B.
Verified review

Mark did an excellent job with our freezer today. He came early, worked to find the problem with our fan, as well as cleaning out the drain. He was great and I would hire him again.

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Appliance Emporium
4.9
from 113 reviews
  • 16 years in business
  • 169 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top Pro on Thumbtack
Karen K.
Verified review

Rob did a fabulous job. He responded immediately and got the job done quickly saving us a freezer full of food. I'd give him 10 stars!

Delta Home Services LLC
4.7
from 47 reviews
  • 1 year in business
  • 60 hires on Thumbtack
Ashley L.
Verified review

Will definitely use again in the future. Very nice, on time, and got our fridge and freezer working again!

Tubby Appliance
4.9
from 10 reviews
  • 6 years in business
  • 13 hires on Thumbtack
Diane G.
Verified review

I had two items that needed repair, my freezer wasn't making ice and my washing machine was out of balance. Paul was on time and took care of both items in a few hours, which included having to go pick up a part. I would gladly recommend him to anyone else in need of appliance repairs.

Appliance Science
3.7
from 3 reviews
  • 9 years in business
  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
Ashlee W.
Verified review

Darryl did a great job on finding the source of the issue. His pricing was extremely reasonable. He's very handy and will be utilizing his services in the future for other home improvements.

Q & A

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Who fixes refrigerators?

Typically, appliance repair technicians who offer refrigeration repair also work with washers, dryers, dishwashers and other household appliances. While there is no formal training required to be an appliance repair technician, consider certification requirements, as the technician should know how to safely work with refrigerants (the chemical that keeps your fridge cold) and substitute refrigerants such as HFCs. You should also read reviews to get a sense of the pro’s experience and reputation. The appliance repair pro will come to your home, bringing all the necessary tools for diagnosis. They may need to order parts to complete the job, but all the work will take place in your home. For more, check out our tips for smart hiring on Thumbtack.

How much does refrigerator repair cost?

Refrigerator repair generally costs a fraction of the price of a new fridge and shouldhave your appliance up and running again in no time. The problems your refrigerator is experiencing and the parts required to fix it will affect your repair costs. Where you live can affect labor rates, which will raise or lower your costs. Here are some examples of average costs:

  • Diagnostic fees: $50-$100. Repair pros often have a service call fee or diagnostic fee to account for their time traveling to your location with all their tools to assess the problem. If you choose to have them repair the fridge, most pros then credit this fee toward your repair cost.
  • Parts: $20-$500. A new compressor averages $200, an icemaker $300, and computerized components such as touch screens and control boards average $300 or more.
  • Basic repairs: $180-$400, including parts. This price range can include repairing the evaporator or fan motor.

How long do fridges last?

Refrigerators can last 10 to 20 years, although the most common lifespan is about 13 years. If your fridge is acting up, consider its current age when deciding whether to invest in repairs or buy a new one. Common easy fixes include faulty thermostats, dirty coils and clogged drain lines. Thermostats and dirty coils can be generally be fixed for an average cost of $80-$100. Clogged drain lines, which usually cause leaks, can often be fixed for under $200.

More complex refrigeration repairs such as replacing a bad compressor or replenishing low refrigerant can cost more because of expensive parts and higher labor. A new compressor costs an average of $200, not including labor. If labor is an average of $75-$100 per hour, and the repair takes 3 hours, you’re looking at roughly $500. Consider the age and purchase cost of your fridge; investing $350 in a $600 fridge that is 8 years old may not be cost-effective.

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