We use our refrigerators every single day, but how much do we really know about them?
It can account for over 10% of your electricity bill.
Since your refrigerator is the only appliance in your house that runs around the clock, it’s not hard to see why it can account for over 10% of your monthly electricity bills. If you are looking for ways to reduce your refrigerator’s energy consumption, check out this article.
Some spots in the fridge are colder than others.
It’s true – the temperature can vary by almost 10° within your refrigerator. In most units, the bottom shelf is the coldest area, while the door is the warmest. In order to maximize the shelf life of your food, you should adjust your storage habits to reflect these temperature changes. Here is the best way to stock your fridge to keep your food fresh for as long as possible.
Cleaning shouldn’t be limited to the inside.
Most of us know that the inside of the refrigerator is a bacteria hotspot, but the outside may not be as clean as we think. The door handle in particular can be touched more than 30 times per day and is often one of the dirtiest areas in the home. Cleaning the condenser coils should also be done every six months in order to keep your refrigerator energy efficient.
If you run into any problems with your refrigerator, the experts at Speedy Subzero are just a phone call away. With more than 75 years of experience serving Long Island and New York City, don’t trust anyone else with your refrigerator and freezer repairs. Call us to schedule your same-day appointment at 866-782-9376.