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Energy saving tips overview
Hello there, glad you could join us today. This article is all about energy saving tips for coolrooms and walk-in freezers. I suppose you can tell by the title that you’re about to save a good deal of cash.
Energy saving tips are essential these days. Energy doesn’t come free unless you’re harboring solar power and the fact is, solar power is expensive to set up. Electric prices are soaring. In fact, the cost of energy is so high that it’s driving homeowners to share dwelling and expenses, and business owners out of business.
For this reason we need all the energy saving tips we can get. Particularly specific to coolrooms and walk-in freezer here are some valuable tips you should put to use right away.
How can your beloved business prosper?
A lot of business owners, especially restaurants have commercial refrigeration. A business prospers by saving every penny possible. And, a good business person doesn’t spend money unnecessarily. A big difference between people that have money saved and those that don’t is that the person who saves doesn’t spend. Sounds simple right? Your beloved business will prosper if you’re careful about purchasing, or not purchasing. A smart person knows how to find the best possible quality products and equipment at the best possible prices.
What about the rest of your business?
There is a lot more than just energy-related savings tips for coolrooms and freezers. What about the building that houses the freezers and coolrooms?
Small changes, in anything, can make the biggest difference when adding them up. If you can’t afford large fixes then do the small things that can help keep your home energy efficient.
Insulation anyone? Are your floors, up your walls and into the ceiling overly insulated? If so, you’re good. The best insulation is never going to cost you. In the end, having proper insulation will save you and in a big way.
Your home is your castle – Your business is your baby!
Businesses aren’t the only ones that own coolrooms and freezers, homeowners do too! Everyone knows the phrase, “Your home is your castle.” Never a better phrase was penned, it’s true…our homes are our castles and we do everything in our power to keep them maintained and energy efficient. If you own a business with coolrooms and freezers then it’s even more important to keep them energy efficient by doing regular energy saving audits.
“Your business is your baby?” You haven’t heard? I know why you haven’t heard. I just made it up, but it’s also very true. Your business represents a major investment, just like a child. Have a good day and thank you for stopping by.
Of course, professional cleaning and maintenance is vital to keeping your commercial freezer working properly, but, you can do a few things to help your refrigeration unit to work right longer. The trick to self analysis of your refrigerator is knowing what to look for and when to call for help. Some obvious signals that your freezer is not working right are thawed items stored in your freezer. Finding water under your freezer or smelling something like formaldehyde are other signals that your freezer needs to be checked, repaired, or get a professional maintenance fix up which might be your best first reaction if you see any of these above mentioned signs of freezer problems. These self checks on your refrigerator might be all that you need to do to repair your freezer yourself.
The first important part of your refrigeration is the condenser. The condenser is a coil that is located on the bottom or behind the refrigerator. If the condenser coil needs to be checked visually, there is usually a screw located on its cover that can be easily taken out. Another important safety check on your refrigerator is to make sure that your refrigerator’s door gaskets are sealing properly. If air is seeping inside your refrigerator, you are at risk of losing your refrigerator. Refrigerator door gaskets can be cleaned with soft soapy water.
If your refrigerator has a drain line connected, check to see that the drain ends are clean. A straw can be inserted into the end of a drain line to clear up whatever condensation that could block your refrigerator water line connection. These precautionary measures to keep your refrigerator working better and longer should be supplemented with professional maintenance. A professional cleaning of your refrigerator could include the use of pressure cleaning of your refrigerator’s condenser, clearing out of all drains connected to coils going to your refrigerator, checking the temperature of your refrigerator, adjusting the refrigerator’s cycles, cleaning and checking the refrigerator door gaskets, oiling refrigerator motor and bearings if oil stations are used on your refrigerator, making an outside check with another thermometer to verify that the refrigerator’s thermometer is working properly, checking the refrigerator’s wiring system, deciding if the insulation in the refrigerator is sufficient to keep the inside at the temperature set and the outside at room temperature, and other checks on wiring and refrigeration of stored items.
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