Does My Business Need a New Walk-In Cooler?

Time To Change Old to New

Your walk in cooler is probably among the most important assets of your business – without it, food deteriorates quickly, beverages no longer give the refreshing experience they are supposed to provide and the damage quickly translates into lost customers. Unfortunately, no appliance lives forever, not even well-maintained ones, so if you notice any of the following signs, chances are your business needs a new walk in cooler:

  • The food and the ingredients that you keep in your cooler spoil faster than they should, even though the thermostat display indicates the right temperature range – the fault may be caused by a number of factors, including the seal around the door that no longer keeps the cool air in the chamber, the thermostat or other components that can be repaired or replaced, but if the problem keeps coming back, you might need a new cooler;
  • The cooler breaks down very often and you can no longer rely on your unit for longer than a few weeks between two repairs;
  • Your cooler has come out of warranty a long time ago;
  • If you have an exterior cooler and the walls develop holes or the unit has suffered some other kind of structural damage.

Original Post over here: Does My Business Need a New Walk-In Cooler?


Author: All Temperatures Controlled, Inc.

Based in Denver, Colorado, brothers Dave and Don Dempster know just how unpredictable and bipolar Colorado weather can be, which is why they founded All Temperatures Controlled, Inc. more than 20 years ago. Being a local and family business, “The Service Specialists” have been able to specialize in: •Controlling inside temperatures, both in residential and commercial properties •Recognizing and using only the best quality products •Establishing strong relationships •Exceptional customer service •Building trust Take control of your comfort and temperature with All Temperatures Controlled, Inc.

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