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Restaurant Equipment Repair


The service of your refrigeration, cooking, and baking equipment is important to us at Amp One Tech; we will work for you seven days a week, 24 hours a day.

We service all types of restaurant equipment, such as steamers, ovens, fryers, ranges, walk-in coolers, freezers, ice machines, soft-serve equipment, and microwaves.

Our courteous technicians stock a large number of parts on their trucks. They are factory trained and certified, enabling us to get your equipment back online faster. Our goal is the first-call fix.

We use only OEM parts to ensure a long-lasting repair. In addition, we are providing the proven quality that you originally purchased with the equipment you have selected.

We are factory authorized for many manufacturers' warranties, parts, and service for all your food equipment repair needs.


Providing quality service, OEM parts, trained technicians, and preventive maintenance programs to fit your needs make Amp One Tech your number one choice for Commercial Kitchen Equipment repair.

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