As any good business owner knows, efficient and effective refrigeration is integral to running a successful venue. A broken fridge door can be a costly problem for businesses, because the seal on the door is what keeps cool air in. If the seal is broken or damaged, your refrigerator or freezer has to work twice as hard to keep the air inside cool. This costs your business in energy bills, causes your cooling systems to wear out quicker, and worse yet, it may even result in food spoilage.
It’s always better to prevent damage than to have to repair it later. Here are a few things you can do to keep your fridge door seal in good condition:
It’s not always easy to tell if you have a damaged fridge or freezer door, so look for these signs:
When a fridge or freezer door seal breaks, you will want to fix it as quickly as possible to avoid incurring extra energy costs or food spoilage. Here are some of the things you should know:
It might seem like a simple fix that will save you money, but replacing your own fridge or freezer door seal can cost you more money in the long run. Here are some of the risks of a DIY fix:
It might seem clear that a damaged door seal is the reason for your rising energy costs and inefficient system, but it could be a bigger problem, not easily identified by untrained eyes. A professional will be able to not only check the seal, but thoroughly inspect your refrigerator or freezer in order to properly diagnose the problem.
While it might seem like a simple fix and a way to say a bit of money, in the end, it may end up costing you more. Don’t risk making a small problem worse by trying to fix a fridge door seal yourself, call in for professional help.
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