Your commercial refrigeration equipment is vital to the day-to-day operation of your Statesboro, GA area business. That’s why it’s important to make refrigeration maintenance a priority. Here’s what you can expect the commercial technicians at Deal’s Heating & Air to do when you schedule your next commercial refrigeration equipment tune-up:


Every commercial tune-up we complete includes a thorough visual inspection of all components of the refrigeration system. Whether maintaining your commercial refrigerator, freezer, refrigerated display case or other refrigeration units, our experts carefully inspect all parts for wear, make any necessary adjustments and replace worn-out parts. This not only helps boost performance and prevent breakdowns, but it also increases your equipment’s operational safety — a key concern for owners and employees who use the equipment on a regular basis.


Parts such as fan blades, evaporator, and condenser coils, drain pans and drain lines require regular cleaning to keep your commercial refrigeration equipment operating to its fullest potential. In fact, if you neglect cleaning the coils or cleaning and lubricating the moving parts long enough, you’ll not only make the unit work harder, but you may even set the system up for an eventual breakdown. That’s why our refrigeration maintenance specialists complete each of these vital tasks during every tune-up.


Food safety is always a major concern with commercial refrigerators in retail stores, dining establishments, and institutions where food is served. Our technicians test and calibrate the unit’s thermostat for accuracy. They also check wiring, tighten electrical connections and ensure that the electrical system is in good, safe operating condition.

To make sure your commercial refrigeration equipment continues to meet industry standards while protecting the validity of your warranty, be sure to make regular refrigeration maintenance tune-ups a priority. Call Deal’s Heating & Air at (912) 226-1351 to help preserve the integrity of your equipment.

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