Why your school cafeteria kitchen needs a maintenance plan | NWCE
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School cafeteria kitchen

Why your school cafeteria kitchen needs a maintenance plan

Here at NWCE Foodservice Equipment, we are leading specialists when it comes to catering and foodservice equipment. Over the years, our team have worked in a range of professional catering settings including school cafeteria kitchens. 

Having worked consistently within the educational sector, we’re familiar with what services they need. We understand that when it comes to the running of schools, universities and colleges, organisation is key! Our engineers are on hand to make sure that our repairs and maintenance services cause as little interruption to your day as possible, keeping everything running smoothly.

If you still need some persuasion on why your school cafeteria kitchen needs a repair and maintenance plan, carry on reading!

School cafeteria kitchen maintenance, repair, service

  • Money saving

We truly believe that prevention is better than cure! Especially when it comes to very expensive kitchen and foodservice equipment. That’s why it’s essential to carry out maintenance and service checks. Our engineers are able to work around your working hours to make sure your end up with no downtime. These maintenance checks are also there to help you avoid any major repairs where possible. 

  • 24/7 Call outs

With our indepth experience of the catering industry, we know that when things go wrong in the kitchen they need to be sorted as soon as possible. And that’s why our engineers are available at any time of the day, any day of the week. We’re here for you, whenever you need us! 

  • Expert Engineers

All of our engineers have been fully trained to our extensive level. We make sure that every single one of our team are capable to deal with whatever equipment they are going out to maintain. We also send all of our engineers out with a fully stocked van. That means there is no waiting around for parts, we can deal with the issue there and then.