It’s getting close to summer! It’s important to have your equipment working when the heat hits, and it’s only going to get hotter from here. The last thing you want is for your refrigeration or ice machine to stop working in the middle of a hot, busy day.
We’d love for you to give us a call and to inspect your equipment. We also have a preventative maintenance program.
Contact us for any kind maintenance and let’s have a cool summer!
Not only will B&G Refrigeration install or repair ice machines for your business, we also perform preventative maintenance.
If you already own an ice machine for your business, it’s highly recommended that a deep cleaning is done once a year as well as quarterly or biannual preventative maintenance. To help your ice machine produce clean ice, and increase the machine’s lifespan, it’s also highly recommended that filtration is installed.
Give us a call if you’d like to keep your business’ ice machine in tip-top shape! We hope you’re having a wonderful Spring!
If you want any kind of commercial refrigeration equipment, such as reach-in coolers and freezers, beverage merchandisers and prep tables, B&G Refrigeration is your answer. We sell and install walk-in coolers and freezers.
We have brands including but not limited to Copeland, Heatcraft and Tecumseh.
Not only that, we have ice machines too! With brands such as Hoshizaki, Ice-O-Matic, Manitowoc, Scotsman and Cornelius.
Contact us for any commercial refrigeration equipment, parts and ice machines!
Did You Know?
Each ENERGY STAR qualified commercial ice machine can save businesses energy, about 1,200 kWh annually, or an average of $110/year on utility bills. Besides energy, commercial ice machines also consume water during operation. By purchasing products that meet the new ENERGY STAR criteria, consumers can expect to save an additional $10/year and 2,500 gallons/year due to reduced water usage. Call B & G refrigeration to discuss your ice machine needs; we have been selling, servicing, and installing commercial ice machines in Jacksonville for over a quarter century.