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We take our responsibility to heart and aim to deliver San Jose CA residents with the same stellar performance that we train for. We realize that there are tons and tons of other freezer repair companies out there. We look forward to the opportunity to serving you better than any other company in the San Jose CA area. Are you or a loved one seeking freezer parts for an older or unique model? If you answered yes to this question, then you're in luck.
We specialize in locating difficult to find freezer parts in San Jose CA. Freezer repair in San Jose CA is just one little phone call away. Pick up the phone now to order a friendly technician to your doorstep. They'll arrive promptly and ready to work efficiently for you. Our company has access to searching high and low to find the right parts for your individual appliances. We know how stressful the thought of having to purchase a new unit can be.
For this reason, we leave no stone unturned in search of what your freezer requires, no matter how young or old the appliance might be. Let us be your first choice for San Jose freezer repair and maintenance services. Our fine craftsmanship is state of the art and our technicians adept at providing high-quality freezer repair, freezer parts, and maintenance services. We appreciate your business in allowing us to provide your household with professional freezer repair in San Jose CA.
The energy efficiency claims on the Energy Guide label of newer freezers sound great, but don't hold too much weight into them. Consumer Reports claims, from the models they tested, that there is approximately 17% more energy used than stated on the label. However, the Consumer Reports test factors 100% capacity use, while the label is going based on the Department of Energy's 75% capacity use. It's up to you to believe which is true, but freezers generally get tapped for their full capacity. The labels are effective for comparing between each model, though.