We offer affordable rates for high-quality workmanship. We understand that repairing cooling units – particularly restaurant equipment or a walk-in cooler – can be pricey, and ordering appliance parts can be time-consuming. Our repair office will take care of all of that for you – and we can service all makes and models. We here at D&G Mechanical, LLC know it’s important to keep your walk in freezers running, that’s why we offer fast and walk in freezer repair where you need it when you need it. We have a loyal and friendly team with plenty of training and experience. We are certified and insured in refrigeration and cooling repairs. We are available 24 hours a day seven days a week in Tulsa, OK and surrounding communities so call us now with your emergency or your project and we’ll do what we can as quickly as we can.
Why Choose our Refrigeration Repair Services?
D&G Mechanical, LLC has been in business for years for one simple reason. Our team values customer satisfaction above all else. In every project we undertake, our objective is to provide the highest quality refrigeration repair services possible. We understand that Tulsa, OK business owners are looking for highly reliable, extremely functional, and energy efficient refrigeration systems. By focusing on these three aspects, we guarantee that you and your customers will be completely satisfied with all of our services.
For years, our Tulsa, OK service technicians have been honored by the fact that local businesses have trusted us with their most important refrigeration services. We know that these systems are instrumental to the life and revenue to your business. As such, we honor that trust by treating every service as if we are conducting it on our own business. In this way, we can guarantee that you are receiving the highest quality walk in freezer repair and refrigeration services possible.
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Whether you run a restaurant, convenience store or a supermarket, your walk-in is an important investment. It should be taken care of to ensure many years of efficient usage. Here are tips for maintaining your walk-in freezer.
How to keep your walk-in freezer operating efficiently:
- Close the door when not in use. Do not block or prop the door open for extended periods of time. Make sure it is closed at all times except when entering and exiting the walk-in.
- Periodically (minimum of twice a year) clean the evaporator and condensing coil. If located outside, the coils should be cleaned more often. Clean the fan blades to reduce drag.
- Make sure fan motors are running at optimum speed.
- On outside condensing units, maintain clear and adequate airflow. For example, do not allow trash or weeds to accumulate around the walk-in.
- Make sure there is nothing stacked around the coil to prevent restricted airflow.
- Do not pile anything on top of the walk-in. This could cause damage to the ceiling panels.
- Occasionally have a service technician check all electrical connections to make sure they are good and tight. Loose wires could cause high amperage, which will cause your unit to use more energy.
- Check for damage or decay in the insulation on suction lines between the condensing unit and evaporator coil. Replace as needed.
- Hinges should be lubricated once a year to ensure they close properly. (Some hinges utilize self-lubricating nylon cams, so this will not be necessary if that is the case.)
- Make sure the lights are off when exiting the walk-in. Lights produce heat, which will cause your unit to run more to hold its optimal temperature. Make sure your walk-in has a switch with a pilot light so you can tell if the light is on without opening the door.
- Check the door sweep for tears and make sure it is sealing properly against the threshold.
- Periodically, check gaskets between panels to make sure they are not cracked or weathered. Replacement of damaged gaskets will ensure your walk-in is efficient and up to local health codes.
How to keep your walk-in freezer clean:
- Soap and water is the best cleaning method for your walk-in. Do not use harsh chemicals as it may react and harm the metal surface of your walk-in. For chemicals not to use read this pdf.
- Minimum of twice a year use a self-rinsing cleaner, soap and water or stiff bristled brush to clean your evaporator and condensing coils.
- Drain lines – at least once a year, work with a service tech to make sure the drain lines are clean and not clogged with any debris.
- Door gaskets – Regularly wipe down with soap and water to prevent bacterial or mold growth. If door gaskets are damaged, cracked or stiff, the magnet will not seal and will need to be replaced.
- Sweep or mop floors to make sure they are kept clean from food debris that will mold or attract pests.
Mistakes operators most commonly make:
- Turning holding temperature too low for product, this causes the refrigeration to overwork.
- Walk-in manufacturers install a thermostat on the outside of the door that reads the internal temperature of the walk-in. There is a chance that the thermostat is faulty or needs to be re-calibrated. Always have a backup thermometer in the walk-in to make sure the walk-in is holding the optimal temperature.
- Stacking boxes or food too close to the door thermometer-sensing bulb or thermostat-sensing bulb can cause a false reading of the temperature in the walk-in.
Advice on walk in freezer safety related issues in Tulsa, OK:
- Make sure you clean up any liquid spills as soon as they happen. This is especially important in freezers as the liquid will start to freeze immediately and can be dangerous.
- Non-skid strips are available for the floors, to ensure a non-slip environment.
- Keep aisles clear and do not overload walk-in by stacking too much in your freezer. Stack things neatly to make sure you are able to take good inventory of your stock.
- Power outage – A typical walk-in will maintain temperature for about 12 hours as long as door is kept closed. If the power outage lasts longer than 12 hours, consider a back-up generator.