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Updated: Feb 26


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.

If you've been spending a lot of money replacing your commercial kitchen equipment, this article is for you. Keep reading to learn a few tips about how to care for and prolong your kitchen machines.

 

Regular Maintenance

When your oven breaks or your stove stops getting hot, you likely call you probably call LDI Service Group to come to fix it. However, you should be calling and scheduling regular maintenance with them.

Your equipment doesn't need to be broken to call. Having a professional come out and tune them up regularly will decrease the number of times they break.

 

An expert will be able to see potential issues before you can. They can then fix it before it breaks completely.

You should also inspect your cooking equipment frequently, even if you have scheduled maintenance. This will allow you to catch an issue and call in a professional.

 

Maintenance on equipment for restaurants also includes your staff cleaning frequently. They should be wiping everything down to ensure grease and other substances aren't lingering. That leads us to our next tip.

 

Regular maintenance also means taking the time to around the machines. If food particles fall behind the machine and no one realizes or moved the equipment to get it, there could be serious issues. Insects and rodents could show up and chew through or damage your equipment.


Hire A Cleaning Service

While you may be thinking about skipping this step to save money, it's in your best interest to reconsider. At the end of the day, you'll be saving money by hiring a professional commercial kitchen service like LDI Service Group.

Grease can cause a lot of damage to your equipment. It can also be hard to clean, and you don't want to risk breaking or ruining your restaurant equipment.

 

Each piece likely has a different way of being cleaned. Certain chemicals that are found in cleaning solutions could be harmful.

 

Equipment For Restaurants

Misusing the equipment could cause it to break prematurely. If you've been in the restaurant business for a while, you probably know how to use your kitchen equipment.

 

However, some of your staff may not. A machine that experiences a lot of improper use won't as long as it should. Taking the time to train your staff could be beneficial.


Get Started Today

Maintaining and caring for your kitchen is crucial if you want to be successful. You can save yourself a lot of money and frustration by hiring an expert to help you.

 

We maintain equipment for restaurants and help you keep your kitchen clean. LDI Service Group is here to teach you all about cleaning services and equipment.

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