Industrial Freezer Service Experts
Your commercial refrigeration systems do more than just provide adequate temperatures for refrigerated products. They also impact productivity levels, energy bills, and product safety.
Because commercial refrigeration equipment runs on an almost continuous basis, implementing an adequate preventive maintenance program is an absolute necessity to ensure that your refrigeration systems function properly and efficiently at all times.
But even well maintained systems can run into operational problems from time to time. Thus, knowing the problems that might occur with commercial refrigeration equipment is critical in order to prevent them from escalating into serious issues. With our commercial appliance repair experts, you will always know how much labor will cost, before the job is done, no matter how long it takes us to complete.
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Our work speaks for itself, and we have over 20 years of experience to back it all up.
Our industry experts can repair even the most complicated appliance issues.
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Commercial Freezer Brands We Repair
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CooperFIx Appliance Repair offers reliable, same-day appliance repair services in the GTA. We can fix all your residential appliances and our customer support center is open 7 days a week to assist you in booking a service call.
Commercial Freezer Repair - North
Commercial Freezer Repair - GTA
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Common Commercial Freezer Issues
- Strange freezer sounds
- Freezer not freezing all shelves
- Freezer drain issues
- Freezer not cooling
- Freezer error code
- Freezer leaks water
- Freezer is warm
- Clicking sound from freezer
- Freezer leaking
- Coils frosting up
- Broken freezer light
- Freezer compressor is too hot
- Fan broken
- Freezer temperature too high
- Condensation in freezer
- Freezer door not closing properly
- Freezer turns off suddenly
- Freezer unable to maintain temperature
Commercial Freezer Repair FAQs
Ice buildup inside commercial refrigerators often occurs when warm air from outside enters a refrigerator and condenses on interior surfaces. However, ice or frost developing inside refrigerated compartments may be indicators of several problems, such as improper air ventilation, faulty door gaskets, refrigerant leaks, or doors being opened too frequently or left open for too long.
The inability of commercial refrigeration systems to provide enough cooling may be due to:
- Dirty condenser and evaporator coils
- A malfunctioning compressor or thermostat
- Incorrect temperature settings
- Dirty fans
- Inadequate air flow inside the refrigerator
- Door gaskets that aren’t sealing properly
- Refrigerant leaks
Yes, we offer same-day service. We know your time is valuable, whether it’s a rental property, your own property, or your business, we will be there in no time, in order for your to go back to your daily business, with as little disruption as possible.
At Cooper Fix, we send out the most experienced technicians to fix your freezer. Usually, one to two technicians will arrive to your property and inspect the appliance. After identifying the issue, they will provide you with a quote, and proceed with the repair.
Some of the businesses we have served throughout the years are:
|Bakeries||Dairy||Organic Food Shop|
|Chemical labs||Grocery Stores||Property Managements|
|Cafeterias||Ice Cream Shop||Restaurants|
|Coffee Shop||Ice-cream parlor||Convenience stores|
|Coin Laundry||Logistics companies||Farm markets|
Freezer Maintenance Tips
Dust buildup prevents the engine from running smoothly. Unplug the unit and snap off the lower grill if the coils are in the front. Then proceed to vacuum using the brush attachment.
Ideally, your freezer should be around 0° F (-18° C). If you find that it’s lower or higher than that, it might be time to call an appliance repair technician to help you determine the cause of the temperature irregularities.
Wipe the freezer walls and interior with a cloth and a mix of water and dish soap and clean the door seal while you’re at it. Baking soda will help you remove bad odours.
To maintain the best efficiency, defrost your freezer every time it reaches a quarter inch of ice build-up. As a general rule of thumb, most people will defrost the freezer once a year, but you may need to do yours more or less often depending on how much you use it, the age of the appliance and general manufacturing recommendations.
If you don’t close the freezer properly, the cool air will escape, which will make it work much harder and also waste energy.
Keep your freezer moderately full, but not too full. That will make it work harder and waste more energy.
Keep the freezer away from any heating sources such as cooktops or ovens. If the fridge is close to heat, it will work harder and use more energy.
Common Freezer Parts
- Air filter
- Condenser fan
- Heater and thermistor
- Defrost control board
- Evaporator fan
- Water inlet valve
- Compressor motor
- Compressor pump
- Water filter
- Water supply valve
Each service truck carries a full inventory of common replacement parts so we can perform most refrigerator repairs within the same day.