Everyone nowadays has a fridge at home, and despite their ubiquity, they remain complicated beasts to understand. We tend to rely on them so much that even a few hours of malfunction can spoil weeks’ worth of food! To prevent this from happening, one of the best things you do is keep yourself informed about common refrigeration issues and how to solve them. The most common refrigeration issues Thankfully, our engineers at KES Facilities have a wealth of experience dealing … Continue reading Common Refrigeration Issues & How to solve them→
If you’ve been looking into heating or air conditioning recently, chances are you’ve heard of heat pumps. While their ability to work regardless of season may seem magical to many, this guide will help you not only understand their arcane secrets, but also to make a decision: Is a heat pump right for you? How do heat pumps work? The simple answer is that heat pumps simply move the heat between your house and the outside. To get in … Continue reading Heat pumps: Renewable and Efficient regardless of season→
If your business has a commercial dishwasher or glasswasher then you’re all-too-aware of the benefits of having one. You can bulk wash items on a quick cycle and get them dried and reused almost instantly – even during the same shift. So when dishwasher issues arise and your dishes or glasses aren’t squeaky clean, or worse, then it becomes a very big problem indeed. Let’s take a look at some of the most common issues that our technicians encounter on … Continue reading Common Commercial Dishwasher & Glasswasher Issues & How to Resolve Them→
If you’re discovering that your business is becoming an uncomfortably warm place to work or that stale air is becoming an issue, then investing in commercial air conditioning is absolutely the right move. You’ll have fresher air, happier staff, safer working conditions, and greater control over the temperature that you work in. It sounds easy on paper, doesn’t it? But once you begin your research on commercial air conditioning, you’ll quickly discover that there’s more to the upgrade than meets … Continue reading What Air Conditioning Do I Require for My Premises?→
Managing the technical appliances on your commercial property requires patience and organisation. You need to know what equipment you have, which items are connected to the gas supply, the steps you need to take in the event of an appliance breakdown, and how frequently each appliance should be serviced. As well as all of that, you also need to ensure that the equipment on your property adheres to local regulations and that you have the appropriate certificates to prove it. … Continue reading How to Get a Gas Safety Certificate→
When your commercial boiler is running as it should, you’ll barely even give it a second thought. Unfortunately, that peace of mind turns into a nightmare when your boiler decides it doesn’t want to play ball. Boiler issues will make any tasks within your commercial building that require hot water quickly become impossible. That’s why today, we’re going to discuss some of the most common commercial boiler issues and how you can solve them. For the simplest of issues that … Continue reading Common Commercial Boiler Issues & How to Solve Them→
Air conditioning units are the silent saviour inside so many commercial properties. When they’re operating correctly they’ll keep you, your team, and your customers at a comfortable temperature. Fresh, clean air is circulated throughout the building, and the best part is that you won’t even notice it. Unfortunately, these same units become extremely noticeable when they’re not operating correctly. It’s easy to take air conditioning for granted, so when there’s a fault, it needs to be fixed quickly. In today’s … Continue reading Common Commercial Air Conditioning Problems & How to Solve Them→
Owning, managing, and operating a commercial kitchen successfully is no mean feat. There are so many different things you need to keep on top of, all of the time. Staff, menus, facilities, stock, space, equipment, and of course, safety certificates. Forget about them, and you might as well forget about managing a commercial kitchen. One of the most important safety certificates in any kitchen is the kitchen gas safety certificate. Let’s look at what that certificate involves, and why you … Continue reading A Guide To Commercial Kitchen Gas Safety Certificates→
You might scoff at the idea of air conditioning in the United Kingdom when you look outside on a dreary winter’s day. But the reality is that AC (air conditioning) is extremely important on commercial properties. Even in winter, commercial buildings need fresh, high-quality, cool air for cramped and stuffy work spaces. When the heatwaves of summer begin, that air conditioning system needs to be performing perfectly. That being the case, your business will have already started researching the different … Continue reading What Are the Different Types of Air Conditioning Systems?→
Any business owner or worker in the food and drinks industry knows how critical storage temperature is. It’s crucial for manufacturers and suppliers to the industry too: you need to store particular foods, drinks and products at specific temperatures. Food service industry regulations demand safe commercial refrigeration for a reason. Let’s explore some of the temperatures for safe commercial refrigeration. We’ll review a few of the most popular types of refrigerators and freezers, the reasons for industry regulations, and how … Continue reading What Are the Temperatures for Safe Commercial Refrigeration?→
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