We repair & service both domestic and commercial fridges. We have accounts at several fridge spares suppliers and offer competitive prices on parts required for your fridge repair.
Most makes and types including Admiral, Amana, smeg, maytag, Whirlpool, Hotpoint, KitchenAid, AGA. Plus refrigerants R134a & R600a.
Most makes and types including bottle coolers, display fridges, walk in chiller, ice makers...
Most makes and types including washing machines, electric cookers, tumble driers...
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Western Refrigeration is based in Carluke, and service Glasgow and Lanarkshire areas. With a highly experienced engineer you can be sure your fridge will get the best service available.
About Western Refrigeration
Our engineer, Ian, has 18 years experience in refrigeration. He is fully competent with most makes of fridges and freezers. A particular strength is working on large American style fridges and freezers.
Founder, Engineer & f-gas registered
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Ian is F-gas certified FGAS2000524. This is an accredition that all businesses that 'install, maintain or service stationary refrigeration, air-conditioning and/or heat pump equipment containing or designed to contain F-Gas refrigerants’ must have by law'.
Frequently Asked Questions
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No, it is untrue. Refrigerant R134a is still widely available but anyone handling it requires to be FGAS certified. (FGAS is a refrigeration governing body the same way Corgi was for natural gas and LPG)
Food Safety (Temperature Control) Regulations require that certain foods are kept in fridges at or below 8°C. It is recommended that they operate at between 2°C and 5°C. Temperature in freezers should be below -18°C
From experience good quality washing up liquid works best. Use it on a clean cotton cloth and rinse with clean warm water.
Yes. As all fridges only slow down the growth of bacteria, it is essential to clean them out at regular intervals.
This solution will only fix the problem as a temporary measure. If the cause of the ice build-up isn't rectified it will keep happening and you would have to keep manually defrosting it.
I have an (integrated) appliance and it can't be easily accessible for repairs. The appliance is covered by an insurance cover. Am I covered?
Most insurance policies only cover you for parts and labour for repairing the appliance and not for extra work in gaining access to the appliance (please see your insurance terms and conditions). If the repair agent can't easily gain access to your appliance then you may have to pay extra for another callout for the return visit.
My appliance installer has installed my appliances but the electrical cable and hoses are to short to pull the appliance out for cleaning. Is this okay for them to do?
No, as a rule of thumb all appliances should be able to be pulled out completely with all electrical cables and hoses still connected.