Don’t Wait Until It Breaks! We Offer Food Service Equipment Maintenance for Restaurants Throughout Metro Detroit
From individual meat slicer parts to ongoing maintenance plans, we offer a complete range of services that will keep your food service running smoothly.
If you operate a restaurant or manage a commercial kitchen, you know how important it is to have your equipment in full working order. Restaurant equipment that is not frequently maintained can reduce efficiency, result in breakdowns, and reduce the lifespan of your valuable equipment. We offer regular maintenance to commercial kitchens throughout Michigan, including Ferndale, Royal Oak, Dearborn, Saginaw, Lansing, Jackson, and more.
Keep Your Kitchen and Staff Safe!
Poorly maintained restaurant equipment can lead to an unsafe work environment. Kitchen fires and accidents are very commonly traced back to damaged and faulty equipment and could have been easily avoided with a routine inspection and maintenance appointment. As a business owner, you want your employees to be working on reliable, safe equipment. The professional technicians at Globe Slicing, Inc. are the go-to team to keep your business safe and functioning efficiently.
Commercial Kitchen Maintenance Can Save You a Fortune
Avoid Downtime: Any downtime for your business can be costly. When your fryer, oven, or other essential equipment breaks down, every moment you can’t operate means lost revenue. With professional kitchen maintenance, you can rest assured any potential problems will be spotted, and any worn parts replaced before they lead to a breakdown.
Keep Your Equipment Longer: We know that restaurant equipment doesn’t always come cheap. That’s why it’s important to the extra mile to give it the care it needs so that it lasts for years to come. Regular cleaning and maintenance for your food equipment will allow you to get the most out of your investment.
Avoid Repairs: Often, a minor issue with a piece of restaurant equipment is to blame for creating bigger, more expensive problems. Sometimes, replacing, cleaning or maintaining a small part on your equipment can prevent the need for a costlier repair down the line.