If you're here looking for commercial ice machine repair Refrigeration Aid is here to help.
Here at Refrigeration Aid, commercial ice machine repair Atlanta, we do a ton of work on major brands including but not limited to: Ice-O-Catic, Scotsman, Hoshizaki, Manitowoc, Follett, ITV Ice Makers, and more. One of our main focuses lies in delivering quality commercial ice machine repair services with keeping costs low. We want to make sure that you are 100% satisfied with our quality and honest work.
Not Getting Cold Enough – As the weather becomes hot, refrigeration units have to work much harder to stay cool and thus are more likely to break down. The Georgia heatwaves can definitely be extreme at times. If your commercial ice machine unit is not cooling well enough or seems to be struggling to keep up, it is a good time to make a call to a commercial refrigeration repair service before the issue gets worse. Often times, maintenance, cleaning, or keeping up with simple repairs can prevent major issues with the units down the line.
Smell Ice / Dirty Ice – Over time, bacteria and mold can build up in an ice maker. It may be common for you to see black debris in your ice, or it may just have a strange odor. Other issues that may be causing the ice to smell bad could include water deposits, filters, copper pipes, or a break in the lines that exposes the water to contaminants. Our expert commercial ice machine repair technicians can locate and fix the issues so your ice keeps beverages cold without adding extra odor.
Ice Buildup in Freezer – It is common for most commercial freezers to have a periodic defrost cycle that prevents the buildup of unwanted ice. However, a restricted airflow, a faulty thermometer, or a relay control error may turn your walk in cooler into a miniature glacier. If you are having this issue with your unit, give us a call and we can fix it!
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Wednesday 8:00am – 8:00pm
Thursday 8:00am – 8:00pm
Friday 8:00am – 8:00pm
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Sunday 8:00am – 8:00pm