Refrigerator Repair Las Vegas
Is your refrigerator acting up and not keeping your food at a safe temperature? Give Gabe Gordon a call on our local number. We will send out a dedicated service member to assess the refrigerator problem. Remember, we have staff on hand 24/7 for any emergency.
Or if you prefer, send us your inquiry at email@example.com Briefly specify the problem you are having along with your contact information.
We provide refrigerator repair to all Las Vegas zip codes and surrounding cities. The following areas correspond to our Appliance service areas:
North Las Vegas
North North Las Vegas
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Information has been provided here to assist you in knowing about your refrigerator. This will enable you to effectively use your appliances and a give long life to them. This shall, in turn, reduce your usage costs and help you in save your money. Do not undertake repairs on your refrigerator by yourself. Familiarity, training, and appliance repair tools are the necessary elements for the safe and efficient repairs. Without these, electric and gas appliance system repairs may be dangerous. Get the assistance of our professionals with years of experience at Gabe Gordon Appliance Repair in Las Vegas. Do not forget to ring us 24/7 at:
HELPFUL TIPS FOR YOUR REFRIGERATOR
For the sake of your health and the palatability of your food, it is important to be aware of what temperature you have the thermostat of your refrigerator set to. The recommended range is between 35 and 38 degrees Fahrenheit in order to guard against bacteria growth while keeping the food from freezing.
Temperatures below 41 degrees slow down the growth of bacteria, which keeps food fresh and safe longer. But you should also keep your refrigerator set below 41 degrees to ensure that the temperature doesn’t fluctuate above that level. The temperature can rise and fall during the day, especially if you open the door a lot or if you keep it open while you look for something to eat. But if you set the temperature too low, items such as your lettuce and milk may freeze. That is why a range of 35 to 38 degrees Fahrenheit is recommended.
It’s also important to keep in mind that the top shelf (or wherever the fan is) is usually the coldest part of the refrigerator. Easily frozen items such as lettuce should be stored away from that the coldest area to keep ice crystals from forming. When the ice melts, the lettuce tends to wilt and is then not very appetizing. There are often special drawers to keep lettuce and other produce in. Meats should be stored at the bottom, so that any leaks or spills will not contaminate other foods. The bottom drawer is usually set aside for that purpose. And more perishable food items should not be stored in the refrigerator door, as the temperature tends to fluctuate the most there. This is in spite of the fact that there are often special egg holders made for storage in the door.
If there is too much food in your refrigerator, poor air circulation can result, and it will not cool properly. A weekly cleanout can help with this. If you do it just prior to going grocery shopping, you will have a better idea of what you need to buy and you will have more space to put new food items.