If you run a restaurant, you know just how significant every kitchen machine is in the success and efficiency of the daily operations of the business. Many appliances are built to last only a certain number of years before they are intended to be replaced. You might think your machine is in great shape, but there are underlying issues that might not be visible, and they may affect the activities performed by the appliance.

It is, therefore, crucial to take into consideration the ff:

1. Preventative maintenance checklist

Attend to scheduled cleaning and regular maintenance. From productivity to efficiency to utility consumption, clean, well-maintained equipment ensures the appliances maintain optimal performance.

Make a kitchen equipment maintenance schedule and restaurant equipment maintenance checklist to help extend the life of your equipment

2. Routine professional service

Although your staff play a vital role in the commercial food equipment maintenance process, a trained professional should perform commercial kitchen equipment preventive maintenance.

Aside from cleaning, sanitizing and running diagnostic tests, service technicians know the ins and outs of your machine so they can identify small and/or emerging issues before they develop into larger, more expensive problems. This can help minimize stress and maximize your investment over the long run.

3. Quality maintenance

It is always best to do preventative maintenance rather than waiting until the reliability and efficiency of your restaurant equipment are compromised. Neglecting routine restaurant kitchen maintenance can be detrimental to your bottom line across everything from loss of customer loyalty to after-hours service calls to food spoilage.

Implementing a proactive preventative maintenance plan for your kitchen equipment will save you money and time, allowing you to focus on your daily tasks.

Gardner Service Inc. has been around for over 30 years; repairing all forms of restaurant equipment. Established back in the early 1980's it all began with Brent & Rhonda Gardner and an idea. Repairing juice machines in a small shop was just the beginning. That later extended into fixing coffee and espresso equipment. Today, we repair many types of restaurant equipment.



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