Freezer Repair Service in Wichita
At Reddi Appliance Repair, we understand how important it is to have a working freezer. We also understand that if your freezer starts to malfunction completely, you could be out a lot of money on spoiled or melted food. When you call us for help, we’ll arrive at your home or place of business quickly to assess the situation and devise a plan for getting your freezer fixed. We pride ourselves on our excellent service and reasonable freezer repair rates; and we pledge to treat you, your property, and your appliances with respect every step of the way. For more information about our freezer repair services or to schedule your appointment, call us now.
We’re factory authorized to repair most brands.
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How a Stand-Alone Freezer Can Save You Money
If you are looking for new ways to save money in your home, consider the long-term value of a stand-alone freezer. Freezers are sold as stand-up units and chest, in a variety of sizes and price points.
You can purchase a reliable stand alone freezer for between $200-$500 depending on the size you’re looking for. Luxury and commercials freezer may be more expensive, but will come with more features than most homes require. A medium-sized freezer may only add between $50-$80 per year in electricity costs. Typically, a stand-alone freeze will last for about 15 years.
Many foods can be stored for long periods of time in a freezer. This allows you to waste less food, and make bulk food purchases when items are on sale, or sold at a lower bulk cost. If you’re a gardner of fisherman, you’ll also have a place to store your fish, fruits and vegetables without worrying about them spoiling.
- Meal prep and store weeks of pre-made meals.
- Buy in bulk. Take advantage of store sales and bulk pricing.
- Reduce time spent at the grocery store.
- Waste less by putting parts of foods that may spoil quickly into the freezer.
Some of the foods you can freeze:
- Beef, Pork and Chicken
- Fish, Crab and Shrimp
- Hot dogs and Deli meats
- Wild game
- Pineapple and melon chunks
- Berries, peaches and mangos
- Many breads
- Cookie dough
- Yeast dough
- And much more