Myths About Service Repair, Don’t Believe Them!

Posted September 7, 2017 by CPS

Perhaps it’s the close working conditions or the long hours that tend to come with working in the industry, but everyone who has worked in a kitchen knows that myths are quickly born and propagated in commercial kitchens. Some of these myths, like a chef’s insistence that a ghost lives in the walk-in cooler, are simply entertaining and slightly spooky. Other myths, however, can harm the running of your kitchen. When it comes to service repairs, we’ve taken a few of the popular myths and debunked them below.

  1. The wait will be long
    When something breaks in a commercial kitchen, panic tends to ensue. As your chefs envision hoards of angry customers complaining about the lack of french fries, they’ll likely assume that it will be several days before someone will come to fix the fryer. In actuality, there is no reason that the wait should have to be so long. Before resigning your kitchen to days without properly functioning appliances, do some research and find a repair service company that offers timely attention. At CPS, we understand the importance of getting your kitchen up and running as quickly as possible.
  1. It will be expensive
    Kitchen managers sometimes postpone needed service repairs because they expect them to be extremely costly. In actuality, there is no reason most of these repairs need to cost a great deal of money. By shopping around and comparing prices, you can prevent repair companies from overcharging you. At CPS, we take pride in offering fair, affordable prices for all of our services.
  1. It will break again soon
    Kitchen managers sometimes feel that service repairs are a waste of money because they suspect the repair will not last long. The prospect of paying for the same repair every few months is, understandably, unattractive. There is, however, no reason that repairs should need to be frequently repeated. By selecting a quality service provider, you can save yourself a great deal of money and irritation in the long run.

The next time something in your commercial kitchen goes haywire, don’t panic. Just contact CPS and we’ll take care of it for you quickly, affordably, and properly.