ice cubes stock imageWe are the premier Albuquerque ice machine company offering a comprehensive rental & leasing service for commercial ice machines that includes all repairs, preventative maintenance and much more!

Ice Quebz is the only company with New Mexico presence that gives you a
100% Lifetime Guarantee for a Commercial Ice Maker.
Successful business owners invest their capital in assets that generate a return—and ice machines fail that test. That is why previous owners of ice machines are making the switch to the Ice Quebz subscription model.

 

 

  • Our solution is simple. For a nominal setup and fixed monthly fee, we provide:
  • Top of the line Hoshizaki commercial ice machines, bins, and dispensers
  • Free standard water filters for commercial ice makers
  • All preventive maintenance including 2 comprehensive ice machine cleanings per year
  • All repairs, including parts and labor, included with subscription
  • Breakdown Ice: Complimentary food-grade quality ice if the ice machine is broken
  • 24/7 customer service
  • Simple ice machine upgrade program and no-penalty, 30-day cancellation policy for qualified customers

Having an ice maker at home is a good investment, especially when you are entertaining and holding a party. For food business entrepreneurs, on the other hand, such machines are one of your most important equipment, especially if you want to constantly satisfy your customers’ cravings for fresh and cold drinks. Check out the following things to consider when you look for commercial ice machines.

What type of machine do you prefer?

There are basically 3 kinds of ice machines: one type is the automatic icemaker you can install alongside your refrigerator. These are particularly useful if you don’t have constant need of ice. However, if you’re a businessman and you sell drinks as one of your products, of course freestanding commercial ice machines are more ideal to consider. There are also portable ice makers that you can bring to provide you ample supply of ice even when travelling outdoors.

How much do you need per day?

Different types of ice makers can provide you unlimited amounts of ice depending on their capacity. Consider your needs and check out the ice-making features of different product models available in the market. While most will typically provide you with 5-8 trays of ice per day, you can also look for heavy-duty machines that can produce up to 400 kilograms (or more) of ice in 24 hours.

What type of ice do you need/prefer?

Various models of these machines can produce different types of ice styles. Of course, some styles are most appropriate for specific applications, while some can be used for a variety of purposes. You can find machines that produce the traditional cube shapes and half dice cubes. There are also crescent shapes used mostly for beverage dispensing, as well as cylinder ice shapes that are perfect for fine dine and banquet settings. You can also check out flakers and nugget ice makers offered by several brand manufacturers.

What’s your preferred daily production rate?

Daily production rate refers to the amount of ice that can be produced by the ice maker in 24 hours. When searching for ice makers, make sure you check out their ice production rate depending on your particular requirements. Standard ice production conditions used by most machines are 50 degrees for water and 70 degrees Fahrenheit for air.

Where to look for ice makers?

While you can always search for ice machines in different shops around the area, you can get started on your search by checking out various equipment and machines offered online. Make sure to check each product’s warranty and features, as well as do a comparison of prices to save money on your purchases.

For your various ice maker machine and food business equipment needs, check out Ice Quebz Sales & Rentals. Browse through their quality and assorted catering supplies you can rent or buy.

Are you searching for a commercial ice machine rental service or repair company? Call Ice Quebz  Call (505) 336-3661 today for pricing.