See below for information about the FAQs.
A new fridge door seal is $60 and the Freezer seal is $50 or you can get both seals for $90 – $100.
if you require installation, the price is usually around $160 for one door seal replaced or $200 for both door seals replaced. We recommend installing seals yourself, most seals are extremely easy to replace yourself.
Yes, we do most common makes of domestic or household fridges and freezers. Including common brands such as Westinghouse, Kelvinator, Hisense, Haier, Fisher Paykel, Samsung, Admiral, Electrolux, Dometic, Sharp, Hoover, GE (General Electric), LG and many, many more.
Most fridge and freezer door seals are quiet easy to replace yourself. Usually your door seal will have a dart on the back that clips into a channel around the door and this allows the seal to be easily replaced. Checkout our Installation videos for more information www.fridge-seal.com.au/how-to-install
Yes, we sell seals to suit cabinets/doors made by Skope, Quirks, True, Turbo Air, Technidoor, Ice Blue, Orford, Williams, Fosters, Hussmann, Fagor, Ardco, Austral, Anthony and most other brands.
The seal will show obvious signs of wear, such as being torn or broken, particularly at the bottom of the door which is often out of sight.
Another symptom of a worn door seal is that it is brittle and hard and has lost its flexibility.
Magnets in the seal which hold the door close may lose their strength over time.
If there is a mould build-up or the seal is just generally grotty is also indicative of a seal change time!
This varies with make, model, size etc. Please search for your model. If the model isn’t showing, send us an email and we’ll quote you.
If your seal is split, torn or damaged – you do need to replace the door seal otherwise you are not only wasting electricity but the fridge motor is running too hard and will die quicker.
You can either purchase through our online shop or simply give us a call during business hours.
If your fridge or freezer door seal is split, torn, moldy or noticeably damaged then you definitely need to replace the door seal. Most seals are very easy to install yourself, contact is for more information.
We stock hundreds of different types of seals, so for common cabinets we can generally dispatch within 24 hours.
If we need to manufacture the delay is generally only a day or two.
Certainly, but please phone or email first to make sure we have one ready for you.
Your fridge produces cold air to keep the contents cool; fridge door seals hold the cold air inside your fridge. If the seals are worn, this air will be escaping. This can mean food perishes more quickly and your fridge motor works much harder than it should. This will also drive your electricity bill up.
Yes, depending on where you are located. Our installation service covers most of the Melbourne Metropolitan area – we can often suggest technicians in other areas.
No, just remove any frost around the edge of the door or cabinet and ensure any heavy items in the door are removed.
None, these are just different terms for the same item – a fridge door seal.
We use Australia Post’s eParcel service for deliveries so can send seals anywhere. This includes free parcel tracking.
Freight is $15 Australia Wide. We use Australia Post with tracking, no signature required.
Yes, you definitely can fix your refrigerator door seal. Sometimes if your door seal isn’t split, torn, damaged or moldy you can repair your seal otherwise you can buy a new door seal from us to save money!
We accept Paypal via our shop or Mastercard, Visa, Direct Deposit and EFT for telephone mail-orders.
Yes! if you freezer is icing up this can easily be fixed by repairing your current door seal or replacing it with a new freezer door seal which you can buy from us, for more information contact our expert team.
Yes you can improve the strength of your freezer door seal to stop it from icing up. simply warm up your door seal with a hair dryer, around the entire door seal and close the door then apply more heat around the outside of the door seal, leave the door closed for 10 minutes and this should improve your seal. See our how to vidoes for more help.
Most modern seals contain a magnetic strip which holds the seal tight against the fridge cabinet. However, a fridge seal will not make your door close by itself but it will seal the door once it is closed.
Definitely. The household fridge contributes around 10% of electricity, in commercial situations the percentage is even higher. These figures are based on refrigerators with good seals. Just imagine how much extra electricity your fridge is using with the refrigerated air constantly escaping through faulty seals!
Yes! Operating a fridge or freezer with a faulty door seal means it uses more electricity to maintain the required temperature. More electricity means more emissions; so making sure your fridge seals are in good condition will help reduce your contribution towards greenhouse gases.