Pinellas/Pasco:
727-524-2210
Hillsborough:
813-968-8472
Orlando:
407-982-7298
Bradenton/Sarasota:
941-702-4410
Miami:
305-558-9220
Jacksonville:
904-660-0800

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Thanks for reading our High-End Service blog! Our goal is to provide our customers with useful information for owning and maintaining Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances. These appliances are expertly manufactured and can last many years. With a few simple maintenance tasks, you can keep your appliances in working order even longer. And in the case of a major repair, you can always call High-End Service for our expertise. We offer the area’s only factory-certified repairs for Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances and we pride ourselves on our excellent customer service...

admin | May 20, 2015

Thanks for reading our High-End Service blog! Our goal is to provide our customers with useful information for owning and maintaining Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances. These appliances are expertly manufactured and can last many years. With a few simple maintenance tasks, you can keep your appliances in working order even longer. And in the case of a major repair, you can always call High-End Service for our expertise. We offer the area’s only factory-certified repairs for Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances and we pride ourselves on our excellent customer service.

With summer nearly upon us, now is the perfect time to get in the habit of performing regular maintenance on your Sub-Zero appliances. During the summer months, you and your family are probably coming and going from the refrigerator more often for food and drinks. Opening and closing the refrigerator door causes the appliance to work harder. If you know where to look, there are a few items you can keep an eye on:

  • Condenser coils – The condenser coils are located behind the grill of your Sub-Zero refrigerator. There’s a great video from Sub-Zero that guides you through the process of cleaning your condenser coils. A few tips are below:
    • Make sure the unit is turned off
    • Clean the coils every three to six months, and more often if you have pets that shed hair
    • Wear gloves before cleaning the coils
  • Door seals – The rubber gaskets that help to keep your food nice and cool can become cracked or dry over time. You should inspect the door seals for noticeable damage to ensure all your food is refrigerated properly.

If you notice damage or anything that seems out of place, don’t worry. Addressing any small damages will help to prevent further damage to your Sub-Zero refrigerator, and save you a ton of headaches. Give us a call to schedule an appointment with one of our certified technicians.

Pinellas/Pasco: (727) 524-2210

Hillsborough: (813) 968-8472

Orlando: (407) 982-7298

Bradenton/Sarasota: (941) 702-4410

Miami: (305) 558-9220

Jacksonville: (904) 660-0800

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