Is Your Restaurant’s Equipment Ready for Snowbird Season?
As the summer season transitions into fall, many residents of Northern states will be making their way south. In Arizona, we often refer to the busy winter months as snowbird season. When seasonal residents come to Tucson, they will patronize restaurants and other local business. To help you make sure that your air conditioning and other pieces of equipment are ready for the busy months ahead, here is a look at some essential restaurant maintenance tips.
Service Your HVAC System
In Arizona, temperatures can remain toasty well into the fall season. As you are getting ready for increased business, you will want to make sure that your HVAC system is prepared to keep your dining area and kitchen at a comfortable temperature. Before the busy season really kicks into gear, consider setting up professional air conditioning services.
Inspect Your Refrigerator and Freezer
Proper refrigeration is essential for any business. If your refrigerator suddenly quits during a busy dinner service, your fresh and perishable items may spoil before they can be served to your guests. To make sure that your restaurant is ready for snowbird season, take the time to inspect the performance of your refrigeration unit. Any maintenance issues should be immediately addressed by a licensed technician.
Tune Up Your Cooking Equipment
Whether you cook on a range, griddle, or conventional stove, you need to make sure that all of your cooking equipment is ready to perform during the peak season ahead. A properly functioning range will allow you to prepare all of your signature dishes with ease. Since your cooking equipment receives considerable wear and tear, it should be maintained regularly.
When you are getting your restaurant ready for snowbird season, the team at B&J Refrigeration will be there to help you. Our Tucson company offers HVAC and commercial refrigeration services to many top restaurants in the area. To learn more about the services that we have to offer for your restaurant’s equipment, give us a call at (520) 308-6722.