We work closely with refrigeration manufacturers to ensure that your custom walk-in cooler offers the maximum refrigeration solutions you need in Winston-Salem.
At QRC, we understand that sometimes standard commercial coolers just don’t provide the storage or refrigeration capacity that you require. As you try to find a work-around so that your business has the refrigeration capabilities it needs, you may want to ask us about whether a custom walk-in cooler would be a good investment.
Our experienced team at QRC can assist with every stage of your commercial refrigeration installation in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, from the design of a custom walk-in cooler to choosing the ideal store location and completing the installation itself. We work closely with refrigeration manufacturers to ensure that your custom walk-in cooler offers the maximum refrigeration solutions you need to keep your business going. There are also several things we do to ensure that you are fully satisfied with the results.
- We’ll provide you with an extensive checklist outlining what you can expect from your custom walk-in cooler and the installation process.
- We will walk with you through the steps of sale, design, and installation.
- We give day-to-day progress reports from the moment your custom walk-in cooler design goes to production to the moment installation is complete at your business location.
When you work with us at QRC, you’ll quickly find that our commitment to quality goes well beyond simple routine services. We will provide the necessary guidance and expertise to make sure your investment operates at its full potential.
If you aren’t satisfied with your existing walk-in cooler or walk-in freezer for your business and believe that a new custom walk-in cooler or walk-in freezer would best suit your requirements, contact us at QRC today to discuss your commercial refrigeration needs.
At QRC, we offer custom walk-in coolers to customers in Winston-Salem, Raleigh, Charlotte, Greenville, Southern Pines, Lewisville, Clemmons, Kernersville, High Point, King, and Lexington, North Carolina.