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WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOUR REFRIGERATOR BREAKS DOWN?

Posted on January 13 2018

What Happens when your Refrigerator Breaks Down?

In the restaurant business, food safety is of the utmost importance. The people who are eating your food need to have absolute confidence that the products that you sell won’t make them sick or unhappy. This is one of the reasons that it’s so very important to keep your commercial refrigerators working at their best.

Some restaurants believe that they don’t have time to check their equipment, but it takes just a moment to make sure that the temperatures are right. Hold those commercial refrigerators to task, and they will reward you with their reliable service.

When your commercial refrigerator isn’t working, there are a few things that you need to consider. The first is that every food is a magnet for bacteria, and that bacteria is potentially life threatening. The refrigeration slows down the spread, but does not eliminate it. So, action must be taken soon.

You can purchase a new refrigerator

We have several suggestions for your new refrigerator. It depends on what you’re after, but we have both walk-in units and reach-in units available for your purchase.

 You can get the one you have serviced

There are qualified commercial refrigerator repair people throughout the country, and it’s highly likely that there’s one in your area who would just love to service your rig. Be warned, though, if they’re good they have a backlog.

Regardless of which option you choose, however, it’s necessary to get your items to a place where they can be properly refrigerated OR simply get rid of it through selling more of that item. If you’d like, take a look at some of the suggestions that we have for boosting your restaurant sales.

What is the craziest thing that you’ve seen done when the refrigerator isn't working?