Commercial refrigeration- servicing, installation and maintenance
When you need a specialised, experienced team to handle all your commercial refrigeration servicing, call the team at Scheepers.
From walk-in freezers and cool rooms to air conditioning, HVAC systems and custom refrigeration units, Scheepers install, service and repair a wide range of commercial refrigeration units. Northland-wide we deliver the advice, products and service you need to run your business efficiently.
Installation and custom design
Need a commercial refrigeration system? Come and see us about getting the right refrigeration solution for you. Whether you need chillers, freezers or cold rooms, our team can custom design a system that works exactly as you need it to.
If your business relies on refrigeration units or air conditioning, then regular servicing is essential. Our technicians can fix small problems before they become large headaches, helping you avoid costly repair bills.
Talk to us about setting up a commercial contract and get access to our 24/7 call out service.
From cleaning drains and checking filters to inspecting time clocks and computerised parts, our experienced technicians ensure that all aspects of your equipment is working efficiently.
Refrigeration breakdowns can cause headaches for any business. To ensure your refrigeration or air conditioning unit gets back up and running, you can rely on our commercial refrigeration repairs with a 24/7 call out service available.
We also carry out warranty repair work for Hitachi, Fujitsu and Panasonic air conditioning units.
Scheepers commercial contract
Want hassle-free servicing and 24/7 breakdown service? Sign up for a commercial contract and let us take care of servicing, maintenance and repairs. Once you’re signed up with us, we’ll organise a servicing schedule that meets your requirements and follow that schedule without you having to lift a finger. Sign up once and we’ll organise the rest.
For commercial refrigeration servicing Northland trusts, contact the team at Scheepers today.