Conroe Commercial Refrigerator Cooler Repair Service
Conroe Commercial Refrigerator Cooler Repair service. TJE Mechanical has 35+ years of experience. Consequently when your refrigerator restaurant cooler is not working correctly, you need TJE Mechanical services to repair or tune them up. First of all call TJE Mechanical to set up appointments with us at regular intervals to maintain your system.
In addition to having been in the industry for many years, TJE Mechanical knows exactly how your restaurant cooler works and also the kind of care demanded to keep them running to your satisfaction. TJE Mechanical also repair and install all major brands of coolers. We pride ourselves in going the extra mile when it comes to Conroe cooler service. Also sometimes the best time for your repair is in the middle of the night. Call us to schedule repairs when it is convenient for you. In addition we can schedule refrigerator, cooler maintenance to keep your warranty valid. Our services include commercial preventative maintenance agreements in the Conroe area.
Lower Utility bills, Extended Equipment Life, Fewer Repairs, Improved capacity, Discount on Repairs, Priority Customer, Inflation Protection, Agreement Is Transferable, Finally Never an Overtime Charge.
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Ways to Save on Energy Costs
First of all have TJE Mechanical install strip curtains for walk-in units to minimize the amount of hot air entering the cooler. Do not leave cooler doors propped open for extended periods of time. In some instances ,the care requires simple, easy solutions that can be performed by the owner and staff, saving additional money on service bills.
Also post signs reminding everyone to turn off the lights when they exit the walk-in. Not only do the bulbs waste energy when the cooler is empty, incandescent lighting also produces heat which causes the unit to work harder to maintain temperature. Also try fluorescent bulbs in the cooler. They give off less heat and are more energy efficient.
Walk-in coolers should be kept between 35 and 40 degrees and freezers between -5 and 5 degrees depending on the health inspector that serves you. Make sure all cracks are properly sealed and replace worn gaskets. Do not stack anything around the coil because this restricts airflow and decreases the performance of your cooler. In addition have the defrost frequency set at minimum requirements (every four to six hours for 20 to 40 minutes depending on the amount of traffic in your walk-in). TJE Mechanical would be happy to make these adjustments for you.
With a little instruction, your staff can play a significant role in taking care of your valuable equipment. In conclusion these simple precautions can save restaurant owners a great deal of money in energy and service bills. And help to avoid costly breakdowns during peak business hours and extend the life of refrigeration units.