The seal on our fridge was still the original freezer seal but I have thought since the beginning that it could be better. I'd been taught that a fridge isn't much good without a good seal and this is all the more relevant in hot climates.
We contacted a fridge seal repairer (commonly found in Australia) and were asked to photograph and measure our existing seal and send this data to them. They made and delivered a new seal to us (where we were parked), cost $55, we installed it. With some quick instructions H found the installation job quite easy.
We also decided to add a latch to keep the door seated.
Our new fridge catch is simply strong elastic, screws and a washer. It's easy to use and does the job'
The different to our energy use has been remarkable! Whereas I think the fridge would turn on at least 3 times overnight before it now only does it once, not long after we've had dinner and packed up.