Are you looking for Sub-Zero refrigerator repair?
These appliances are probably some of the most reliable residential refrigerators you can find in the USA, but no matter how good is the manufacturer, your appliance is still subjected to constant stress and wear and tear. Even the most durable appliance will break sooner or later.
We strongly recommend you to diagnose and, if needed, repair your appliance in case you notice any signs of abnormal efficiency drops or if your refrigerator cycles become longer and louder.
Sub-Zero over-and-under refrigerators-freezers is a broad category of appliances that sometimes includes “French Door” refrigerators. These appliances have at least two separate compartments with separate sealed systems that allow greater control over the temperature settings in both the freezer and the refrigeration sections. Higher complexity makes this configuration more prone to occasional malfunctioning, but due to the high quality of Sub-Zero appliances, average customers rarely get any bad experience with these refrigerators. It is important to keep in mind, however, that repairing over-and-under refrigerators/freezers requires experience and professionalism – traits that you can easily find in our technicians.
A single column refrigerator or freezer allows splitting refrigerator and freezer into different appliances. Of course, the particular application of this configuration can depend on customers – a lot of people simply need more space in inside a narrow column refrigerator and feel comfortable with using an undercounter freezer, or sometimes they simply choose this configuration because of their kitchen layout. Naturally, standalone column refrigerators and freezers are more durable than other configurations. The obvious drawback, however, is that Sub-Zero customers would have to deal with two appliances. Is one of your Sub-Zero column appliances malfunctioning? In this case, it may be a good idea to opt with repairing the appliance – otherwise, you might have to either start looking for an old matching model or replace the working appliance as well!
French door refrigerators are a subset of over-and-under refrigerators/freezers, with the freezing drawers built into the bottom compartment of the refrigerator and the large double-door refrigeration compartment at the top. Similar to side-by-side refrigerators, these appliances are on average wider than standalone or oven-and-under refrigerators – the double door top makes it easier to handle food and the extra size makes these refrigerators ideal for bigger families – or for people who prefer to buy their food in advance! The appliances often require extra care and may be difficult to move around – which, unfortunately, is something that we have to do for diagnosing and repairing your appliance. Luckily, we can assure you that there is no problem too big or too small for us and we can repair any Sub-Zero refrigerator- no matter how big or small it is!
These refrigerators include both freezer and refrigerator compartments, which are, located side-by-side within the frame of a single appliance. This configuration is rather popular since it allows to increase the volume of both compartments significantly. These appliances are more complex than standalone units and as a result are more prone to malfunctioning, though luckily they are just as well-made as other Sub-Zero refrigerators – you can expect it to serve you for quite a while!
We will take your call and guide you along with the next steps of solving your appliance problem.
Our technicians have the knowhow and experience to repair any faulty appliance. Rest assured, when you call us you are in good hands.
We provide upfront estimates with no hidden costs. There is no charge for return visits if needed. We take pride in our work and only use manufacturer suggested replacement parts.
We’ll work hard to make sure you’re getting the appliance repair and customer service that you expect from Denver’s Best Sub Zero Wolf Repair
22457 E Ottawa Dr, Suite 1436, Aurora CO
12036 East Hoye Dr Aurora, CO 80012 (720) 730-7202
5200 S Ulster St, #1220,
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
In this case, you came to the right place! Call us today and we will send a technician to troubleshoot and repair your appliance within the time most suitable for you!
First, we recommend considering the main two possible sources of the problem. The first problem can be that the refrigerator simply fails to reach the necessary temperature – either it is a result of a significant drop in efficiency or another kind of malfunction, for example, a Freon leak, lack of maintenance or even air leak from inside the refrigerator. Another common source of this problem among Sub Zero refrigerators is a malfunctioning thermostat. Simply examine the thermostat and check if the temperature is set correctly. We would recommend testing the temperature inside the refrigerator and making sure the temperature is actually below the target. If you determine that the temperature is low enough you might have to carefully examine and possibly replace the thermostat.
It is important to point that while most of the time the perceived loud noise can be a result of refrigerator simply taking too long to end the cycle – as described in the previous paragraph. It is important to point out, however, that Sub-Zero built-in refrigerators have additional fans that help to redistribute the cool air within the appliance.