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Feb 27th 2015

Tek Express Offers New Services

Staging & Warehousing Tek Express offers staging and warehousing to its customers and manufacturers at its 18,000 square feet location. We can accept and store Cooking, Refrigeration and HVAC Equipment and even handle other items like tables and chairs to ease the logistics problems of our customers. Delivery & Installation Tek Express has invested in […]

Feb 20th 2015

Tek Express Moves to Lynbrook, Long Island!

Well, it finally happened. Tek Express, Inc. just got too big for its britches, and we had to move to a bigger office. So from now on, if you’re looking for the best foodservice equipment repair company since the dawn of mankind, you’ll just have to go to: Tek Express, Inc. 25 Hutcheson Place Lynbrook, […]

Dec 1st 2014

Your Commercial Kitchen Repair FAQ’s Answered! [Podcast]

In today’s episode, Doug Hall and Michele Welch dive deep and answer some of our customers’ and prospective customers’, most frequently asked questions. Whether you are currently working with a service company or looking to work with one for the first time, we cover many of the questions that come up during this process. This […]

Nov 20th 2014

Are you up-to-date with the 2008 NYC Fire Code?

On March 31st 2011, the New York City Fire Department instituted the 2008 NYC Fire Code regulation that passed a requirement for deep-fat fryer high limit controls. This independent high-limit control was put in place as a safety measure to automatically shut off the fuel supply when the fat temperature reaches more than 475 degrees […]

Oct 15th 2014

How to Manage Your Commercial Kitchen Warranty Repair [Podcast]

In today’s episode – How to Manage Your Commercial Kitchen Warranty Repair – Doug Hall shares with us all we need to know about managing your commercial kitchen warranty repairs. In this episode we go a bit deeper with our initial conversation, Warranty Repair Demystified. Download this episode (right click and save), Listen on iTunes Hot Points: [1:00] […]

Sep 29th 2014

Warranty Repair Demystified

Warranty repairs can put business owners in a tail spin. It seems to drive most crazy because they are often left feeling unsure about what’s included under  warranty and how long the warranty period lasts. The truth of the matter is that all it takes is a little work and proactivity on your behalf. Setting […]

Sep 15th 2014

HVAC Talk: Fall Startup [Podcast]

In today’s episode – HVAC Talk: Fall Startup – Doug Hall shares with us what you need to know with making sure your HVAC is up to par for the cold weather fast approaching. He addresses what can be done on your own, what needs to be addressed by a commercial kitchen repair specialist, and when […]

Aug 26th 2014

The Low Down on Gasket Maintenance [podcast]

Gasket maintenance for your commercial kitchen equipment is imperative in saving costs and preventing food product loss. In this episode, Doug Hall shares the importance of maintaining your gaskets, how you can do so, and when is it time to call in the professionals. Download this episode (right click and save) Hot points: [0:42] Function […]

Aug 13th 2014

TeK Express Awarded Great Performance Evaluation by Mayor’s Office!

After a formal contract performance evaluation from the Mayor’s Office of Contract Services, Tek Express is excited to announce that we were officially awarded a great review! Tek Express was evaluated on such areas as: Timeliness of performance Fiscal administration and accountability Performance and overall quality of service Be sure the check out the Contract […]

Aug 4th 2014

Preventive Maintenance for Kitchen Equipment – Getting Back to Basics

Establishing a regularly scheduled Preventive Maintenance for kitchen equipment is the key to prolonging the lifespan of your equipment as well as preventing disasters. Just as we have scheduled medical and dental checkups to care for our families and ourselves, your investment in kitchen, refrigeration and HVAC equipment deserves professional attention to keep it operational. […]