When you’re running a commercial kitchen, unexpected costs add up quickly. Fortunately, if you buy your equipment new, it comes with a warranty. Because these warranties last a few years, it’s easy to not think about them until it’s too late. Checking your kitchen equipment regularly for signs of needing repair can help you save money in the long run. Here are a few reasons why it’s important not to put off work that is covered under warranty:
It’s Free (For Now)
The manufacturer warranties on commercial kitchen equipment are there to protect you, the consumer, in case of a factory defect. Hopefully, you will never have to use your warranty. However, in the event that you need a repair while your equipment is under warranty, it may be covered until the warranty expires. If it is covered, your repair will be free or come at a lower cost than it would if you decided to wait.
Repair Costs Add Up
Once your warranty expires, there is no grace period. The moment it expires, any repair you need done will only be available at full price. While this may not seem bad when you have to do it once, it can add up over the years. With all the different types of equipment in your commercial kitchen, there are many repairs you are likely to need over time. When you save on repair costs, that money can go into other areas of the business.
We Can Help
Warranties tend to be filled with legal text, which can look like gibberish to the untrained eye. Our team at All Temp has years of experience interpreting warranty paperwork, and we can tell you exactly what is covered. Chances are, we can help with warranty service on the equipment in your commercial kitchen.
Our All Temp team performs warranty service for several different brands of industrial cooking equipment in Orlando commercial kitchens. We also offer emergency repairs 24 hours a day, seven days a week. To learn more about our services, contact us online or give us a call at (407) 857-7800.