Commercial Maintenance for Restaurants
In the fast-paced world of food service, there is no time for broken machinery or leaking faucets. Maintenance Specialists Inc. has a team of highly-trained handymen ready to perform any task from painting and drywalling, to minor plumbing and electrical, all the way to mechanical equipment repair. Big or small, MSI has you covered throughout North and South Carolina.
No Time for Downtime
When equipment fails, it can be crippling. If the stoves stop working, food does not come out in a timely manner. If a faucet leaks, staff might spend more time cleaning up puddles than with customers. It is essential that problems can be solved in a timely and professional manner. The only way to ensure that a problem does not come back, is to make sure it is fixed right the first time.
MSI has a team of qualified handymen standing by to make sure that no customer goes hungry. Whether it is a simple light change or a more complicated mechanical issue, we can have someone on site quickly to make sure the problem is resolved properly the first time.
The best way to ensure that everything runs smoothly it to have it checked regularly. Most companies are reactive with their repairs. If a piece of equipment breaks, then they spend the time and money to fix it or replace it. What if they could have prevented the downtime and expense associated with a breakdown before it even happened? Keeping a preventative maintenance inspection schedule is the most effective way to find potential risks and prevent future downtime.
When you call Maintenance Specialists Inc., we will do a walkthrough of the restaurant looking for potential issues with the lighting, electrical, safety, building structure, along with any machinery and use our preventative services to ensure everything is running properly. We will then create a preventative maintenance schedule specific to the business. This could include anything from lubricating machinery to adjusting or replacing specific parts. This way we can continuously monitor the operation and catch problems before they arise, costing more money and slowing down or potentially stopping business.