What Alpha & Omega Restaurant Equipment Repair Can Offer To Your Restaurant:
• Prompt, Courteous and Professional Service
• Single Source Service for Your Refrigeration, Cooking and HVAC Equipment
• Planned Maintenance Agreements
• HVAC Repairs & Installation
• Fully Equipped Service Trucks To Handle A Majority of Repairs
• EPA Certified Technicians
• Insured and Bonded
An Arizona-born corporation that is customer-centric, and is designed to respond quickly and efficiently, priced competitively, commensurate within industry standards.
It is our customer centric philosophy … please the customer consistently, in every aspect of service, repair, and planned maintenance, and everything else will take care of itself.
Planned maintenance is a schedule of planned maintenance actions aimed at the prevention of breakdowns and failures. The primary goal of planned maintenance is to prevent the failure of equipment before it actually occurs. It is designed to preserve and enhance equipment reliability by replacing worn components before they actually fail. Planned maintenance activities include equipment checks, partial or complete overhauls at specified periods, oil changes, lubrication and so on. In addition, workers can record equipment deterioration so they know to replace or repair worn parts before they cause system failure. Recent technological advances in tools for inspection and diagnosis have enabled even more accurate and effective equipment maintenance. The ideal planned maintenance program would prevent all equipment failure before it occurs.
Value of Planned Maintenance
There are multiple misconceptions about planned maintenance. One such misconception is that PM is unduly costly. This logic dictates that it would cost more for regularly scheduled downtime and maintenance than it would normally cost to operate equipment until repair is absolutely necessary. This may be true for some components; however, one should compare not only the costs but the long-term benefits and savings associated with planned maintenance. Without planned maintenance, for example, costs for lost production time from unscheduled equipment breakdown will be incurred. Also, planned maintenance will result in savings due to an increase of effective system service life.
Long-term benefits of planned maintenance include:
• Improved system reliability.
• Decreased cost of replacement.
• Decreased system downtime.
• Better spares inventory management
Long-term effects and cost comparisons usually favor planned maintenance over performing maintenance actions only when the system fails.
Equipment We Repair:
• Ice Machines
• Ice Cream Boxes
• Under Counter Units
• A/C & Heating Equipment
• Package Units & Split Systems
• Ventilation Equipment
• Circuit Breakers
• Pre Rinse Assembly’s
• Water Filtration
Commercial Kitchen Equipment
• Holding Cabinets
• Steam tables
• Heated Sinks
• And More