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When we first moved into our home, it was incredible to see how many problems there were. We were always trying to figure out how to fix one thing or another, and it was really discouraging. We realized that we needed to work hard to make sure that our appliances wouldn't just bite the dust when we were least expecting it, so we started thinking about different ways to do things. We started working with an appliance services company that offered fast and efficient service, and they worked wonders on our outdated equipment. Check out this blog for great information on improving your appliance functionality.

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Your Walk-In: Keeping A Commercial Refrigerator Functional

Dean Wade

With a bakery, restaurant, or deli on your hands, you probably already recognize that your refrigerator is by far the most important appliance you've got. Spoiling food means money lost; it could also mean sick customers and lost hours as you wait for repair and new supplies. However, a bustling eatery can take your attention away from constant monitoring of the walk-in fridge; what actions can you and kitchen staff take to protect this vital machine?

Ensure Air Circulation

Many kitchens receive food and supply deliveries each and every morning. Sometimes things can't be unpacked right away, and you may have ordered more than needed right now. Kitchen space isn't infinite, so boxes could get stacked so high they block vents that the refrigerator uses to keep air circulating. Without vents, you're making the motor work longer and harder. Clear those vents to permit the area to remain frosty and cool.

Cover Acidic Foods

Many people don't realize that refrigerant lines could be possibly degraded by tomatoes, pickles, lemons, and other foods with high acid contents. These lines should be assessed periodically, but those acidic foods will also need to remain in glass or plastic containers with sturdy lids.

Check Gaskets

Because the refrigerator is closed and opened dozens, possibly hundreds, of times every day, it's not unnatural that the door's rubber gaskets—also called seals—fray or rip, particularly at the bottom where they're likely to scrape along the floor. That permits cold, refrigerated air to seep out. The fridge's motor will run itself harder to maintain low internal temperatures and die sooner if you aren't checking those seals and making replacements whenever damage is bad.

Locate Suppliers

Appliance components are almost certainly going to require replacement. Whether it's a thermostat, gasket, or special bulb that you'll need, getting a supplier list today can cut down on worrying time later. If suppliers will take some time to get to, explore online options.

Retain Repair Numbers

Instead of scrambling for repairmen when there's a small problem, it's advisable to find and retain contact information for refrigeration repair services immediately—even when no such trouble is happening. Repair services that can dispatch someone on a weekend or help you when it's almost midnight can be especially handy to know.

Preserving the machine essential for your company's well-being is smart. With these recommendations, adequate refrigeration of food and liquids remains possible. Strong working relationships with local refrigerator repair contractors—such as A1  PROFESSIONAL APPLIANCE SERVICE AND REPAIR—vendors, suppliers, and retailers will reduce anxiety over the health of your walk-in.


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