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Do you run a commercial kitchen in Calgary, Edmonton or Victoria? LDI Service Group brings you a series of blogs that you’re sure to find both interesting and useful. Specializing in service and repairs of food equipment - from cooking and baking to refrigeration and packaging machinery - we share our knowledge of the basics through our blog stories below.

  • 27/02/2023 0 Comments
    4 Benefits of Scheduling Regular Commercial Refrigeration Maintenance

    Did you know that the average appliance lasts only 10 years? Despite the short shelf-life, many business owners are failing to maintain their appliances.

    Given how expensive appliances are, it is unwise to neglect your commercial refrigeration systems. Without preventative maintenance, your systems are likely to fail much faster.

    There are many benefits to scheduling routine maintenance on commercial refrigeration. Read on to learn four benefits of commercial refrigeration maintenance. Explore topics such as maintenance tips and why you should bring in a service technician to work on your commercial kitchens.

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  • 06/12/2022 0 Comments
    Maintaining Commercial Kitchen Equipment

    Did you know one in eight Canadians is affected by food-borne diseases every year?

    Reducing illnesses is just one of the reasons you should keep your kitchen clean. We know there are many things to consider and think about when you own a commercial kitchen.

    Maintenance shouldn't be something you neglect, and we are going to tell you why. Keep reading to learn everything you need to know about how to keep your commercial kitchen equipment clean. 

     

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  • 08/11/2022 0 Comments
    5 Tips for Maintaining Your Commercial Oven

    The Canadian food service market is estimated to reach USD 85.54 billion over the next five years. That means it's on track to grow by 4%, which is a pretty outstanding achievement given the battering it took through the COVID pandemic.

    If your business has weathered the storm, it's no doubt made you even more interested in keeping ongoing costs to a minimum. It makes financial sense to maintain your kitchen's commercial equipment well, to keep it working for as long as possible. It's also a more sustainable route, boosting your eco-credentials.

    Let's focus on 5 key tips for maintaining your commercial oven to keep costs down and minimize downtime.

     

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  • 08/11/2022 0 Comments
    How Can I Can Prolong the Lifespan of Equipment for Restaurants?

    Did you know you can reduce the chances of your kitchen equipment breaking by keeping it clean?

    Maintaining equipment for restaurants is a big struggle for many business owners. Owning a restaurant requires a lot of work and the last thing you want to deal with is ruined kitchen equipment, especially when it could've been avoided.

     

     

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    14/01/2022 0 Comments
    Replace vs. Repair: What to Do with Commercial Kitchen Equipment

    In the last complete year prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, 2019, when restaurants operated at normal production, the global market size for new kitchen equipment was valued at an astounding 100.05 million Canadian dollars.

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    13/01/2022 0 Comments
    Why Does My Deep Fryer Keep Shutting Off?

    The deep fryer is a crucial part of any commercial kitchen and if not working properly, it can halt production. While commercial kitchen equipment is more complicated than a small kitchen appliance like an air fryer, it's possible to figure out the issue by checking various parts of the fryer.

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    24/04/2021 0 Comments
    Preparing Your Restaurant Equipment for Reopening

    Restaurants were hit hard by COVID-19, and although some switched to a takeout and delivery model, there are still plenty that have had their doors shut for months.

    When most restaurant owners think about reopening, they're preoccupied with cleaning procedures and staff training. Those things are indispensable, but some owners neglect another essential part: their commercial kitchen equipment maintenance. 

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