Fridge ice buildup?
Over the course of your fridges lifespan you could inevitably have some fridge ice buildup, and it’ll prove to be a nuisance as this ice buildup can cause some inconveniences like taking up extra space in your fridge. Our crews have seen it all before when it comes to fridge ice buildup, and as a result we’ve decided that we could help out more of our potential clientele by offering a resource online that they can look to see what could be the reason for these buildups and whether or not they want to proceed with the fix using the aid of a professional.
The main problems:
- Faulty seal - Your fridge and freezer doors have seals that are effective at keeping the heat from entering your fridge/freezer unit, and if these seals become dirty or deteriorated then you’ve got few options that you can explore to tackle your fridge ice buildup. The main thing to look for is for any dirt or debris buildup that can be cleaned off the seals.
- Ventilation - The vents in your fridge/freezer unit are important as they help to regulate the temperature within them, and if you’ve got fridge ice buildup it’s possible that the vents are either malfunctioning, or obstructed by objects inside the unit. Make sure that the vents in both the fridge and freezer are unobstructed, and that the vents are clean and do not have any debris in them.