The holiday season is a busy time of the year for restaurant owners and other similar businesses in Champaign, Illinois. As you settle into the new year and business slows, you might notice that your kitchen requires a few commercial refrigeration repairs. Here are three of the most common types of commercial refrigeration repairs we complete:

Broken Ice Machines

Whether it’s during the summer or the holiday season, your kitchen’s ice machine gets used a lot. It’s an essential piece of equipment in your kitchen or at your bar. To ensure your ice machine continues to produce clean ice, it’s important that you maintain it properly. Otherwise, it’ll produce dirty ice that tastes bad and deters customers from wanting to enjoy a refreshment at your restaurant.

Broken Walk-In Coolers

Your restaurant’s walk-in cooler protects thousands of dollars worth of food and other inventory. Making sure it operates properly is essential to your business’s success. When your walk-in cooler breaks down, repairing it as quickly as possible is vital. Whether you need to replace a defrost timer, a door gasket or a door closer, you can depend on our team to repair your walk-in cooler right away in one visit.

Broken Freezers

The last thing your restaurant can afford to do is let the food in your freezer spoil. Not only can it add to operational costs but it can also increase the risk of getting your customers sick. If you need to replace a thermostat, clear a clogged drain line or clean the condensers, don’t wait before it’s too late. Contact an HVAC contractor who offers commercial refrigeration services to complete the repair.

If your commercial refrigeration equipment breaks down, you can not only lose revenues but also customers. With decades of combined commercial refrigeration experience, Mattex Heating Cooling Plumbing and Electrical can repair all types of equipment that you rely on to operate your business. Contact us today at (217) 355-9700 for immediate help.

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