Your Dedicated Service Partner 

Our goal? Eliminate down time and lost revenue by providing proactive solutions that help you run a more profitable business.
Let Great Lakes Service develop and implement a comprehensive plan just for you. We analyze your equipment and recommend corrections and cost saving measures. Then we set up a program to keep it all working together. All of this is designed to keep you up and running efficiently. Contact us to schedule an appointment today.

Our Plans Are Designed To:

  • Minimize unexpected and costly service calls

  • Keep equipment well maintained & lasting longer

  • Reduce energy bills

  • Avoid down time

  • Increase productivity


Choose A Program That Works For You:

Preventative Maintenance:

Parts and Labor Agreement

Covers all of your service calls and general needs on specified equipment.*

Labor/Parts Covered

  • pulleys/relays
  • motors ( axial & fan)
  • expansion valves
  • nozzles
  • electrodes
  • thermostats
  • pressure regulators
  • solenoid valves
  • float valves
  • pilots
  • limit switches
  • fans
  • belts
  • transformers
  • pressure control
  • igniters
  • thermocouples
  • pressure valves
  • water valves
  • gas orifice
  • pilot valves

Labor/ Parts Not Covered

  • external items (piping, cords, hoses, plugs, glass, lights)
  • steamer boilers
  • doors, frames, casters, hardware, gaskets
  • control boards
  • frytanks
  • motors
  • ceramic burners, IR burners, grates
  • coil replacements
  • evaporators
  • condensers
  • limit switches
  • compressors
  • freon
  • heat exchangers
  • missing parts
  • employee misuse/abuse

The Labor Agreement

Covers labor and travel on most service calls.

Dishwashing Equipment

Planned maintenance services, generally recommended four times per year for warewashing equipment

  • check all mechanical parts necessary for the proper operation of equipment
  • check all pre-wash, wash & rinse temperatures, rinse pressure and adjust accordingly
  • check low water cutoffs for proper operation
  • check conveyor stop mechanism
  • check all controls & pilot lights on main electrical panel
  • inspect all heating elements, electrical connections, contactors & switches
  • calibrate thermostats when needed
  • check sealed joints, seams, doors, external piping, riser manifolds, tank, vacuum breakers, gauges, for leaks
  • inspect conveyor motor, belt, & check oil in drive gear box
  • inspect & clean wash, rinse nozzles, final rinse actuator and check that solenoid is operating properly


  • Roof Top Units
  • Rooftop Refrigeration Condensing Units
  • Make-up Air
  • Exhaust Fans

Cooking Equipment

Planned maintenance service, generally recommended for times per year for cooking equipment​

  • check operation and condition of all components
  • check all controls for proper operation and adjust as necessary
  • adjust all burners to operate at maximum efficiency
  • lubricate valves as necessary
  • calibrate thermostats
  • check all operation mechanisms including springs, hinges, and make necessary adjustments​
  • inspect fat containers
  • for leaks
  • clean and adjust gas/air ratios and pilots as necessary
  • make recommendations for necessary works

Refrigeration Equipment

Planned maintenance service, generally recommended two times per year for refrigeration equipment

  • lubrication of all moving parts
  • clean coils with CO2 tank
  • blow out condensate drains
  • check and record voltages at the units
  • blow out and brush air-cooled condensers
  • inspect oil levels
  • inspect for vibration and noise
  • inspect heaters
  • inspect fan assemblies
  • check and adjust temperature & pressure
  • check and adjust all belts
  • check and adjust operation and safety controls
  • check all electrical components
  • check for refrigerant leaks
  • inspect equipment drains and condensate pans for deterioration
  • inspect door gaskets for deterioration
  • make recommendations for any necessary work