We have been working on slush machines since we first established in 1999, so it is fair to say we know how slush machines work. We believe that repairing and reconditioning old tired slush machines is a form of recycling and is a cost effective way to get your machine back up and running. Why wouldn’t you repair your old machine when a service costs less than 6% of a new machine?
There are many different makes and models of Slush machine out there and the good news is that we service over 90% of them. Unfortunately we are unable to service any replica machines.
It is vital that we diagnose any faults with your machine before we start work. But most importantly whether it is cost effective to repair, If it is not, at this stage we will inform you and only be charged a £40 diagnosis fee.
Your machine will go through intense clean inside and out. We will ensure that vital connections are free from any previous syrup leaks. We will ensure that any dust and grease is blown out and removed. We will also straighten out any bent fins to the condenser.
It is at this stage we will repair the faults with your machine, this may include replacement of some parts.
We will now piece your machine back together correctly exactly how it will have been done in the factory.
The machine will then go through 2-3 days of constant testing and checks with slush product to ensure nothing has been missed.
Your machine is nearly done, a final external clean to ensure any slush residue from testing is removed. Your machine is now ready to returned back to you!
We always do our best to keep our service costs to minimum, so we therefore offer a fixed price depending on your machine:-
So your machine has stopped working? Now it is losing you money every day it is out of action. But what is wrong with it? Well we carry out many different types of repairs on slush machines, some are more involved than others but do not worry this is all incorporated into the service cost. Please see below some of the common repairs we carry out:-
Below are some of the common questions we get asked regarding repairing and servicing slush machines. If you still have any questions please get in touch with a member of our team.
A service usually takes 2-5 working days from when we receive the machine, however it may be longer during the summer months due to increased demand.
Whichever works best for you!
We can arrange for your machine to be collected by a courier at a cost of approx £50 each way. It’s also possible for the courier to palletise and wrap your machine, however we do ask that you try your best to protect the machine as much as possible before collection.
Or if you’d prefer, you can bring your machine to us.
We offer fixed pricing for routine servicing depending on machine size:
Single bowl machine: £60*
Twin bowl machine: £95*
Triple bowl machine: £110*
*Prices exclude VAT, parts, collection and delivery.
If you are unsure what make and model your machine is, our team can help you to identify it.
Please send a couple of photos of your machine to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Repairs are usually carried out during the service, so no additional time is needed. The only exception is if we need to order parts from the factory, however this is rare.
We repair a wide range of slush machine makes and models, including:
Yes, any parts required during servicing will be added onto the price of the service.
We’ve been working on slush machines since we first established in 1999, so it’s fair to say we know how slush machines work.
Our experienced team of engineers know the ins and outs of slush machines from years of repairing and reconditioning old machines and returning them back to former glory.
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