Since 1963, ServCo has offered the greater Orlando area a full range of commercial refrigeration products and services, including full installation of walk-in coolers and freezers. We are a fully licensed and insured company, and we are also authorized dealers and warranty service providers for most major refrigeration manufacturers, including Kolpak, Nor-Lake, and Master-Bilt. Our technicians are factory trained and ready to quickly and efficiently install your new refrigeration system.
Walk-in coolers and freezers are an important part of a number of commercial and governmental enterprises, and ServCo technicians are trained and qualified to install them in any setting.
- Convenience Stores
- Grocery Stores
- Medical Facilities (Hospitals, Clinics, Labs)
- Craft Breweries
Walk-in coolers and walk in freezers range in size and variety. From smaller sizes of 36 square feet to units hundreds of square feet in size, walk-in coolers and freezers can give you the exact space you need. They also range from prefabricated self-contained units to outdoor remote models. Custom made units are available to meet customer’s specific needs. While larger or custom walk-ins often require more expertise to install, most coolers and freezers can be installed very quickly, getting you up and running and back to business.
Our walk in cooler installation technicians play an important role in guaranteeing the success of your walk-in cooler or freezer. First, they can dismantle your old walk-in before installing a new unit. Second, they will always check and assess your space, as often installation problems are due to site preparation. Finally, they will perform the same system checks that they would do during a routine maintenance call to guarantee you are in perfect condition from the start, including inspecting your door seal, evaporator coil, and condenser coil, as well as checking the system for a proper charge.
We also guarantee our technicians know and adhere to the latest Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Agency regulations. The technician will also confirm the unit maintains proper temperatures so you can feel confident your system is working within the guidelines during health inspector visits.