We’re here to help you keep customers coming back
We know that the success of any restaurant depends on how much customers enjoy their dining experiences. A comfortable environment means more customers telling their friends and writing positive online reviews. 88% of customers say they trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations.1 Talk to us and get a head start on your next 5-star rating.
Water heaters are crucial to your business
A food premises’ hot water temperature must be at least 82°C (180°F) for cleaning and sanitation purposes.2 Why risk disrupting service by having an unreliable supply? Don’t close the doors on dinner, talk to us about how to keep your hot water flowing.
As a crucial part of your business’ mechanical equipment, your commercial water heater provides potable water for drinking and cooking, sanitation capabilities in your kitchens for dishwashing and handwashing, and in cases where a heat exchanger is involved – space heating. With Natural Resources Canada estimating that 5.7% of energy used in a typical commercial setting comes from your water heater, now is the time to see if yours is running at peak performance3.
A common reason for water heater failure is old age, contributing to any one of the following problems: leaks, temperature issues, takes too long to heat, strange noises and dirty, rusty or smelly water4. New water heaters have significant benefits over older water heaters, making now a good time to upgrade.
Rooftop Air Conditioner Unit (RTU) – your key to customer comfort
Customer discomfort can quickly turn a great dining experience into a negative review. A properly sized and operated rooftop unit is critical – providing cooling, dehumidification, heating and fresh air. Upgrade or service your unit now to get you through the highs and lows of Canadian weather.
A rooftop unit (RTU) combines heating, ventilating, and air conditioning in one, and are typically installed on the roof of a building. They can vary in size, ranging from 3 to 40 tons, or larger. Their typical useful life is 15 to 20 years, though RTUs older than 10 years can be inefficient and waste energy. The most efficient RTUs can be up to 50% more efficient than those available 10 years ago, and these energy savings originate from a variety of new features, including:5
- Variable- or multi-speed fan control
- Integrated economizer control
- Demand-controlled ventilation
- Remote monitoring and communication
By replacing or upgrading your RTU, you could increase energy efficiency to help save on energy costs and improve comfort for employees and customers.
Keep cooking odours in the kitchen with make-up air
Make-up air gives you better control of airflow to direct cooking odours away from your dining area. It also prevents your exhaust, heating and cooling systems from working harder than they should. Maintain a comfortable customer experience and control energy costs by servicing or upgrading your make-up air system.
Make-up air units provide cool or heated air to your restaurant, replacing air that has been ventilated out, as well as old and stale air. Make-up air units are needed where large volumes of air are being exhausted. By pulling fresh air from the outside to the inside of your building, make-up air units improve indoor air quality. For many commercial buildings, they can be more effective and energy efficient than typical ventilation fans.6
Reduce energy costs through improved ventilation systems
Demand control kitchen ventilation (DCKV) detects temperature, vapour, and smoke in kitchens, and adjusts airflow to respond to your kitchen’s energy needs. Fans adjust to increase ventilation when needed, and decreasing ventilation during slower periods, reducing the need for natural gas and electricity usage. Furthermore, it can help reduce wear-and-tear on your equipment and provide a more comfortable climate for kitchen staff.
Some benefits include:
- Use up to 60 percent less fan energy
- Decrease noise
- Reduce odours in the kitchen and dining room
- Lower your carbon footprint7
Plus, you could qualify for incentives and rebates through Enbridge.
Validation, Inspection, and Equipment Walk-through Program – save time and money
Do you know how much you’re spending on your HVAC next year?
We know that running a restaurant is hectic and priorities can change in a moment’s notice. With energy costs making up a large part of operating budgets, getting help to identify inefficiencies can save thousands in unexpected expenses. Our equipment inspection program can give you peace of mind and help get your operations under control.
This technician-based survey is designed to assess the state-of-repair of your HVAC and hydronic equipment. An Enercare technician will survey and assess the operating condition of your HVAC and hydroponic equipment, detailing each unit on the site. Based on the survey, an easy to use report with engineer reviewed recommendations will be prepared, including a summary of the equipment status, needed repairs and estimate for equipment upgrades.
Discover the Enercare Difference
- Design, engineering and support excellence – expect the industry’s best advice from our qualified technicians and consultants.
- End-to-end project management – trust that your installation or servicing will be done the right way. Our work comes with Enercare’s Business Comfort Guarantee.8
- We are all about choice – whether you buy, finance or rent, we will find the right solution for your business that fits your budget.
- 24/7 emergency support – AM or PM, we will provide priority service when you need it most.
- All Canadian – Enercare is proudly owned and operated in Canada.
Plus, with the Enercare Advantage™ program, upgrade your equipment for $0 upfront9 and you could also benefit from:
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