Refrigeration – Rebuilding Services


Existing equipment can be rebuilt!

If you own a walk in fridge or freezer that is no longer operational, the existing structure or case can be retrofitted and rebuilt with new mechanical refrigeration components that can add years of life to the equipment.

What is involved with a rebuild?

If you opt to get your existing refrigeration equipment rebuilt, the most important part of the process is accurately assessing the condition of the existing equipment and preparing a quotation that accurately addresses all of the mechanical components of the system that need to be replaced and/or upgraded, as well as the labor involved to replace and commission those components. 

Why would I choose to rebuild my refrigeration equipment as opposed to purchasing new equipment?

Oftentimes we see a walk in refrigerator, for example, where the compressor, condenser coil components, and evaporator have failed and are no longer economically viable to repair, but the physical case and door hardware components are still in good condition. In this type of situation it is more economical to have new mechanical components installed into the existing refrigerated box. In addition to this, you’ll be helping the environment too – your existing refrigerated box can be reused and does not have to go to the landfill, your newly upgraded refrigeration system will be far more energy efficient, and it will use a much more environmentally friendly refrigerant. 

7 year warranty offered on all new refrigeration equipment installations.

When you purchase a new refrigeration system for your business, it’s important that your investment is covered by an appropriate warranty. In addition to the standard one year warranty offered to you by the manufacturer of your equipment, 404 Refrigeration & HVAC services offers our customers a comprehensive 7 year warranty on all new refrigeration system installations.  

404 Refrigeration & HVAC Services can provide you with a written quotation that details all of the costs involved with retrofitting new mechanical components into an existing machine. Call us today to schedule an appointment at (587) 575 – 2111. 

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