Need to Repair Your Commercial Freezer?
You Can Trust Mr. Appliance with All of Your Repairs
If you are in the foodservice industry, your commercial freezer is essential to continued success of your business. Proper care and maintenance, in addition to promptly addressing issues before spoilage occurs, can spare you the inconvenience of costly repairs and thousands of dollars in ruined food. For this reason, you should contact the professionals at Mr. Appliance® at the first sign of trouble.
Our technicians can handle all of your maintenance and repairs on your schedule to ensure minimal disruption to your business. Whether you need us to come early in the morning or later in the afternoon, you can count on us to arrive promptly with tools in-hand. We also have a strict “leave no trace” clean-up policy, which means that we won’t leave you with a mess when we’re done.
To schedule a repair service with Mr. Appliance, please contact us today at (888) 998-2011.
We Service All Types of Commercial Freezers
Commercial freezers are freestanding appliances that store and preserve food for your business at temperatures between negative 10 and 0 degrees Fahrenheit. According to the FDA, freezing food at this temperature allows for safe storage and prevents the growth of bacteria. If your freezer is having trouble maintaining the proper temperature, you should contact Mr. Appliance immediately.
Reach-in freezers are upright, like refrigerators. They contain multiple sections and may have solid or glass doors in full length, or “Dutch style” half doors.
Walk-in freezers are a good fit for restaurants that require a large amount of cold storage space in the back or outside. Shelving allows for optimal organization.
Freezer Prep Tables
Freezer prep tables are kept in the prep area of your commercial kitchen. They feature a work area on top to make food preparation more convenient.
Under-counter freezers look and function like reach-in freezer models, but they are usually shorter so that they can fit into much smaller spaces.
Merchandizing units, or display freezers, are used to present products through glass doors. This allows for the quick sale of goods to customers.
Commercial Freezer Repair vs. Replacement
Oftentimes, the first step in determining whether you should repair or replace your commercial freezer is to consult a professional service technician. They can help make this decision by determining the cause and cost of issues in need of repair. The age of your appliance, frequency of repairs, cost of parts and frequency of use should all be take into consideration when determining the best course of action.
Should repairs be tallying near replacement, or your freezer is getting up there in years, you may want to consider the benefits of upgrading the unit. For those in the foodservice industry, your commercial freezer is the foundation of your business. Its reliable function is imperative, so it is advised that you start a preventative maintenance schedule for your freezer today by contacting Mr. Appliance.