Certified Refrigeration has been offering Sub-Zero & Wolf service in Hudson County for decades. We can service your unit the same day whether you are in a private residence or a high rise. From Hoboken to Jersey City and beyond, Hudson county is a short drive and we take pride in efficiently servicing the area. Along with our top of the line workmanship and full stock of Sub-Zero service parts, all of our repairs are covered under solid warranties from our company. Whether your problem is as small as an ice-maker not working, or as large as your Sub-Zero fridge not cooling, we will fix your problem the day you call.
Good Old School Customer Service.
Many customers positively note in their reviews of us that we are old fashioned. They say this because when they call us up, they speak with a real person who cares about their issue. We return calls as quickly as possible. We often give advice over the phone and dive right into the problem and possible solutions. Often times, the same person answering the phone call comes out to fix your appliance. We are always reachable and when you call us back we remember you. It’s old school, but we will never take a hands off approach to this business and you will always speak to an owner. Our customers satisfaction and the service we provide come first. If you feel that your issue is small and reparable on your own, feel free to give us a call for free advice.
Cities We Service in Hudson County
Jersey City- Hoboken - Union City - West New York - Bayonne - Secaucus - Weehawken
Sub-Zero & Wolf Issues we fix.
- Refrigerators or Freezers Not Cooling
- Ice formations & Buildups
- Error Codes and Vacuum Service Lights
- Leaks and condensation forming
- Loud Noises
- Ice Makers Not Working
- Doors Not Closing
- General Maintenance and Cleaning
- Filter Replacements
- Wolf Oven Malfunctions
- Nearly all issues related to Sub-Zero & Wolf Products!
Before we arrive:
Check out some repair tips!
Did you know the #1 reason for mechanical failures of refrigerators is having a clogged condenser? The dust restricts airflow and causes the machine to overheat. Eventually, the machine fails. No doubt about it, cleaning your condenser regularly is the recipe for a long lasting refrigerator. Learn how to clean the condenser on your Sub-Zero and check out some more repair tips.