We all know how it goes; business is busy, there just aren’t enough hours in the day for you to keep up, and thus service & maintenance doesn’t make it in your list of priorities. Well, luckily for you, we’re here to tell you to add regular service & maintenance to your priority list to save yourself expensive and unnecessary repair costs and downtime in the future. I mean, we’d be willing to bet you ensure your car undergoes regular servicing…

Keeping up with this really can not only make a huge difference to the performance of the equipment, but also keep those pennies in your pocket, saving them from being put towards hefty repair bills!

As with all mechanical equipment, refrigeration requires regular servicing to ensure it’s operating correctly and to its full potential. All machinery has moving parts, which over time fall victim to general wear and tear; cleaning, checking, and repairing these parts really does need to be added to your top priorities. Trust us, it could save you a fortune.

Companies who ensure their equipment undergoes regular service and maintenance experience a much longer lifespan from their machinery than those companies who don’t do this; if you want something to last, you must take care of it, right? If parts need replacing or cleaning, then the equipment will be forced to work harder in order to operate; this could result in further damages and even replacement costs.

Also, did you know that ensuring your machinery is operating correctly can save you up to 10% on energy bills? Yep, machines that aren’t maintained well use much more energy than those that are. So, if you’ve noticed your bills going up, maybe you need to be booking in some servicing and maintenance. Refrigeration equipment that is operating at its peak performance means energy consumption is significantly reduced!

So, if it’s been a while since your equipment has received some due care and attention, get in touch with us today. We truly do recognise the importance of minimum downtime to your business and process, and this is why our engineers are focused on returning your machinery to operation as quickly, efficiently and safely as possible.