Commercial Appliance Repair

Commercial Appliance Repair

Some of the types of commercial appliances we're outfitted to repair:

  • Walk-in Coolers
  • Sandwich Coolers
  • Beer Coolers
  • Flower Coolers
  • Wine Coolers
  • Kegerators
  • Commercial Refrigerators
  • Commercial Freezers
  • Ice Machines
  • Salad Bars
  • Commercial Ovens
  • Coin Operated Washers / Dryers
  • Water Heaters


You know everything your business means to you, all the blood, sweat, and tears you've poured into making a legacy you can be proud of. Airflow Appliance Repairs puts that same pride into the years of stellar service we've provided to the Southern California area. Just like us, your equipment is integral to being able to provide your customers the quality they expect and you can't leave its well being to chance. When your commercial appliances break down, it's not just urgent.. it's emergent; costing you valuable sales, inventory, and the rapport you work so hard to build with your customers. Whatever business you're in, be it brewing, food prep, cake decor, or any other business that uses the myriad of appliances out there Airflow's bonded technicians are never more than a phone call away if disaster strikes.

While your commercial cooling units work on the same basic principals as home refrigeration, your equipment is extra sensitive and undergoes much more wear and tear that the average household fridge. On any given day your fridge or coolers could be access by anywhere from tens to thousands of people and that puts strain on any doors, particularly their gaskets. Your units are tasked not just with protecting your inventory under such harsh conditions, but maintaining a constant even temperature that keeps you with in the food safety requirements of your local health department. Make a habit of out cleaning your unit's gaskets regularly with an appropriate non drying solution to keep them free of any particles of food or residue from frequently being touched. If you're unsure of how well your cooler is sealing there's a simple test you can do by placing a single dollar bill half inside and half sticking out of the door of your cooler so that it's held in place. Does the bill stay firmly in place or slide easily? If it's sliding, your cooler is losing efficiency and should be checked by a professional like Airflow Appliance Repair.

Don't take risks with your business's most expensive investments, make Airflow Appliance Repair your call at the first sign of trouble.