Q. How is the seal made?
A. Different fridges use different seals. When the correct seal type is determined and its measurements recorded, four lengths, representing each side of the door are cut to size and welded together using specialist, customised equipment that ensures a precise and accurate size.

Q. How long will it take for my seal to be fitted after I order?
A. If you are in either Hobart, Launceston or Burnie, the whole process of quotation, making and fitment of seals is done in a minimal amount of time.  If you are outside of these areas, fitment can take slightly longer, but regular trips to all parts of the state are made to ensure you do not have to wait any longer than necessary. 

Q. How can I tell if my existing fridge seal needs replacing?
A. If your seal is mouldy, cracked, brittle, torn or not sealing with the fridge or freezer, a new seal is required.

Q. My fridge is badly iced up, could the fridge seal be the cause?
A. Yes.  It is highly likely that a worn or defective seal is the cause of this problem. If the system is not sealed correctly, the fridge has to work much harder to remain cool, commonly causing an excess build up of ice.

Q. Does Tassie Fridge Seals provide seals for freezers?
A. Yes, all sizes, all models.

Q. Who can Tassie Fridge Seals provide seals to?
A. Tassie Fridge Seals can provide seals to all private and commercial customers, including restaurants, motels, hotels and large chain stores.  Even larger seals for commercial meat room applications or frozen goods outlets can be made, where superior fit and quality are essential.

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