Sub Zero Refrigerator Series

Sub Zero Refrigerator Series

Shortly after the first Sub-Zero appliances went up for sale, consumers discovered that they were a really nice product. The only thing that has changed in the years since then is that the quality of the Sub-Zero appliances has steadily improved. Even though the purchase price of the appliances is usually a bit higher than other brands, most consumers find that the amount of money they save on energy food bills, food waste, and repair bills more than makes up for the purchase price. Once you have used a Sub-Zero appliance, you’ll never want to use another brand of refrigerator.

Unlike some appliance brands which seem to have a one size fits all policy, the creators of the Sub-Zero know that every single person has different needs for their refrigeration system, and the company has done it’s best comply by creating several different series. You can rest assured that you will be able to find at least one series that perfectly suits your needs.

The great thing about all of the Sub-Zero series is that they have been built to last. It’s unusual for the Sub-Zero brand to need much in the form of major appliance repairs. Some customers report they have been able to use their appliance for thirty years and rarely needed to invest in much more than basic maintenance work.

Sub-Zero 200 Series Repair

If you have a kitchen with really limited space, or you enjoy an outdoor kitchen, it’s likely that you’re using one of the Sub-Zero 200 series. This is an under-counter model that is very durable and has many of the features that the standard size units have.

Even if you know how to handle common fridge repair issues, you really don’t want to tackle Sub-Zero 200 series repair on your own. The units aren’t difficult to repair, but the fact that they’ve been built into the counters makes them hard to access and it won’t take long before your patience reaches it’s breaking point.

When it comes to Sub-Zero 200 series repair, it’s in your best interest to contact us. The repair tech that we send to your home or business has worked on lots of under counter fridges and knows how to handle the tight spaces. Most people who have these under the counter units also find that they like to prefer to have our Sub-Zero 200 series repair technician come out when the condenser coil needs to be cleaned.

Sub-Zero 300 Series Repair

The Sub-Zero 300 Series is an excellent choice for anyone who needs an energy efficient side by side fridge and freezer. You’ll be getting a hardworking, deep unit that stores a great deal of food. In addition to adjustable shelves you will enjoy a good external ice maker and water dispenser. The most common Sub-Zero 300 Series repair issues tend to do with the components of the external ice maker wearing out or getting clogged. Regular maintenance, combined with

Sub-Zero 400 Series Repair

sub zero 424 400 series Anyone who enjoys a good glass of wine with their dinner will want to seriously consider getting one of the Sub-Zero 400 series. Units in this series does all the things you expect from a fridge while also making sure your favorite bottle of wine is always perfectly chilled and ready to for you to enjoy. The most frequent Sub-Zero 400 series repair issues we deal with include:

  • Service light staying on even though the unit seems to be in perfect working order
  • The outside getting covered in a layer of condensation
  • The thermostat breaking down causing the unit to get too warm, or to run constantly

As soon as you start to notice your unit acting out of character, the best thing you can do is contact us about Sub-Zero 400 series repair. We’ll resolve the problem and you’ll be able to enjoy several more years of problem free use from the appliance.

 

Sub-Zero 500 Series Repair

sub-zero174-refrigerators-500 The Sub-Zero 500 models are a great choice if you’re in the middle of an extensive remodeling project. These units are designed to be directly into one of the room’s inner walls, which gives you more floor space. When you find yourself in need of Sub-Zero 500 series repair or maintenance, it’s very important to tell us if you had any custom features added to the unit. The more information you can provide us about your specific unit, the easier it will be for us to send the Sub-Zero 500 series repair tech who’s best qualified to do the job. Regular maintenance significantly reduces the odds of you ever needing any extensive Sub-Zero 500 series repair work done.

Sub Zero 600 Series Repair

home-designThe Sub Zero 600 series refrigerators are huge side by side units that are great for residents with huge families or restaurants. The key to making sure that you rarely need to take advantage of our Sub Zero 600 series repair services is being diligent about changing the filter and keeping the condenser coil clean. When you do these two things, you will be adding years to the life of the unit, and also practically eliminate the odds of you ever having to contact us about emergency Sub Zero 600 Series Repair.

Sub-Zero 700 series Repair

box3 It has come to our attention that many of the Sub-Zero 700 series repair jobs we deal with wouldn’t have happened if the owners hadn’t tried to overfill the freezer section Not only does overfilling the two drawer system make it impossible for the unit to circulate air properly, but it also puts a great deal of strain on each of the drawers and can make the drawers difficult to open.

No matter what series of Sub-Zero refrigeration units you own, you can rest assured that when you find yourself in need of repair and contact us, that we’ll take care of the problem promptly and accurately. Every single member of our team is perfectly qualified to work on your Sub-Zero appliance and we only use replacement parts that have been approved by the manufacturer.

 

Our toll free number for all Sub-Zero repair and service questions: 800-440-8583

Hot cooking receipts: Three cheese mini macs

Three-Cheese Mini Macs
makes 48 
Mini Mac 3
 
1/2 lb elbow macaroni
1 1/2 tablespoon unsalted butter
2 tablespoons unbleached all-pupose flour
1 cup whole milk
4 oz aged white cheddar cheese, grated
4 oz Gruyère, grated
2 extra large egg yolks
1/4 cup freshly grated Parmigiano-Reggiano Cheese
1/4 cup Panko crumbs
pinch of Kosher salt
 
Adjust the oven racks to the upper and lower thirds of the oven.  Preheat the oven to 425º F.  Bring a large saucepan of salted water to a boil.  Add the macaroni and cook according to the manufacturer’s directions.  Drain the macaroni completely and set aside.
 
Spray 2-24 cup mini muffin tins with non-stick cooking spray.  In a small bowl combine the Parmigiano-Reggiano and Panko.  Set aside.
 
 In a large saucepan over medium heat, melt the butter.  Whisk in the flour and cook the mixture for 2 minutes, whisking constantly.  Add the milk and continue whisking until the mixture is thick, about 5 minutes.  Add the cheddar and Gruyère and whisk until the cheeses are completely melted.  Remove from the heat and whisk in the egg yolks.  Fold in the macaroni and season with salt.
 
Evenly fill the prepared muffin tins with the macaroni and cheese, about 3/4 full.  Sprinkle the Panko and cheese mixture evenly over the tops.   Bake the mini macs until they are sizzling and golden on top, about 10-12 minutes rotating the pans halfway through baking.  Remove from the oven and let the mini macs cool for 5 minutes.  Using a the edge of a small offset spatula, carefully remove the mini macs abd transfer to a platter and serve.  Enjoy!
 
Note:  The recipe can be made just before baking and kept in the refrigerator overnight.

 

About Sub-Zero refrigeration

About Sub-Zero refrigeration

Sub-Zero really manufacturers two styles of refrigeration, their professional built-in (BI) series and an integrated or flush (700) series.

Sub-Zero was started by Westye F. Bakke, who built the first freestanding freezer in the basement of his Madison, WI home in 1943. He was a businessman with a keen sense for trends and a strong knowledge of refrigeration. He would found Sub-Zero Freezer Company just two years later in an old two car garage (funny how most of the appliance companies start that way).

Sub-Zero remains a family owned company to this day and still features twin compressors for better temperature and odor control as well as magnetic crispers and a vacuum seal to arrest air infiltration in order to keep food fresher, longer (which happens to be the company motto).

Sub-Zero Built-In Refrigerator BI Series

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Sub-Zero offers a slew of options in the “Built-In” category. This type of unit is available in a standard height of 84”, a standard depth of 24” and varying widths ranging from 30” to 48”. These units vent from the top and the classic stainless steel grill helps provide a professional look to highlight the kitchen. Built-in refrigerators can be installed with overlay panels (custom cabinet look) or with stainless steel door panels. A flush inset design installation option also allows the unit to sit flush with surrounding cabinetry. There are 2 different handle options available: Pro and tubular.

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BI-36S Built-In Refrigerator BI-42S Built-In Refrigerator BI-48S Built-In Refrigerator

Models and Prices:

  • BI-36R (all refrigerator) – Starting at $5649.00 (also available with glass door)
  • BI-36F (all freezer) – Starting at $5759.00
  • Refrigerator with Freezer drawer options:
    • BI-30U – Starting at $7049.00 (also available with glass door)
    • BI-36U – Starting at $7269.00 (also available with glass door)
    • BI-36UFD – Starting at $8499.00
  • Side by Side options:
    • BI-36S – Starting at $7099.00
    • BI-42S – Starting at $7819.00
    • BI-48S – Starting at $7939.00

Side by Side units are available with internal or external water and ice dispensers.

In addition to the twin compressors, seal and magnetic crispers, the BI series also offers a unique “air scrubber” and water purifying system. Foods emit ethylene gases as they spoil. The air scrubber scrubs the ethylene gases off foods allowing them to stay fresher longer as well as not allowing the gases to cross contaminate other foods.

Sub-Zero Integrated 700 Series

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Sub-Zero offers several options with its 700 Series Integrated refrigerators. They can be used anywhere in the home, they merge seamlessly into the décor, with no visible hinges or grilles. Some models offer an upper cabinet refrigerator with freezer storage drawers. These units are 80” in height, 24” in depth and available in 27” or 36” in width. There are also all freezer or refrigerator columns. These units are 81” in height, 24” in depth and 27” wide. Other integrated options include, under-counter drawers & wine preservation units.

Typically, integrated units are set up with overlay panels. Stainless steel panels are also available, but must be purchased separately. Unlike the built-in units, these units vent on the bottom.

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Here is a list of different Integrated Styles:

  • 736TCI (refrigerator w/ freezer drawers) – $7049.00
  • 736TR (all refrigerator w/ fridge drawers) – $6999.00
  • 736TFI (all freezer w/ freezer drawers) – $7049.00
  • 700TCI – (refrigerator w/ freezer drawers) $6439.00
  • 700TR (all refrigerator w/ fridge drawers) – $6289.00
  • 700TFI (all freezer w/ freezer drawers) – $6439.00
  • IC-27R (all refrigerator column) – $5999.00
  • IC-27FI (all freezer column) – $6099.00
  • 700BC(I) (fridge / freezer drawers – ice optional) – $3839.00
  • 700BR (refrigerator drawers) – $3569.00
  • 700BF (freezer drawers – ice optional) – $3599.00
  • 427G (wine storage / glass door) – $5899.00
  • 427RG (wine storage / glass doors / 2 bulk storage drawers) – $6599.00

Sub-Zero BI vs 700 Series Refrigerators

Altough the BI has better features with the air scrubber and the water purifier, it is a question of style. The integrated look totally hides the refrigerator behind cabinets, where as the BI and pro built-in is way more pronounced especially in stainless steel.