Frequently Questions

1. How long can a refrigerator work?

According to the United States Department of Energy, refrigerators last approximately 12 years. At that point, it's likely time to replace it. Of course, if your refrigerator is not energy-efficient, you may want to consider replacing it before it stops working.

2. What can damage a refrigerator?

6 Habits That Can Cause Refrigerator Damage
- Overstocking/Understocking Causing Refrigerator Damage
- Forgetting to Clean the Coils
- Storing Leftovers Improperly
- Placing Your Fridge Too Close to the Wall
- Leaving the Door Open Too Long
- Not Checking the Drainage Hole

3. Do old fridges require much operation cost?

A 20-year-old refrigerator could use 1,700 kWh of electricity every year, compared with about 450 kWh for a similarly sized new ENERGY STAR model. At an electrical cost of 12 cents per kWh, that represents a savings of $150 per year and a potential payback of about 7-9 years.

4. What happens when you overstock your fridge?

Never overstock the refrigerator. If the fridge is stocked more than it is designed to then the efficiency of the cooler will decrease significantly. If the appliance is over stocked then the air cannot circulate smoothly, and the food will not be chilled consistently, and the food wastage will increase

5. How do you maintain a fridge when not in use?

Step 1: Switch off refrigerator the night before you plan on storing it
Step 2: Clean and disinfect every surface, inside and out
Step 3: Ensure the refrigerator is completely dry
Step 4: Move the refrigerator carefully
Step 5: Keep the refrigerator upright at all times
Step 6: Properly store the refrigerator in a purpose-built storage facility

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