Coast 2 Coast Refrigeration is open!
We are available to provide emergency refrigeration repair and maintenance to supermarkets, restaurants, and other locations throughout all of San Diego.
Commercial Refrigeration Services
Restaurants, grocery stores, pharamacies, and warehouses need to protect their products with reliable refrigeration systems.
Marine Refrigeration Services
We understand that at the end of the day you’ll want a cold one and some food to go with it, so let’s keep your vessel’s refrigeration in top shape!
“Thank you, Raymond, for all your help. Alysia did a great job troubleshooting our old refrigerator. Poor old thing froze itself to death. Best Buy has a perfect replacement which will be delivered on Wed. They’ll also take the old one away.
Thanks for taking care of us so quickly. ”
Clyde & John, San Diego
Who We Are
In January 2019, Raymond Barnes established Coast 2 Coast Refrigeration with a view to be able to service San Diego Bay area customer base, from the simplest refrigeration or A/C system, and to include not only business but the boating world as well. Coast 2 Coast’s philosophy is about ensuring the solution you get is tailored to suit the size, space and need you may have. Raymond has made sure to include all insurances, bond and other licenses, and can provide upon request.
Small Business Refrigeration
Coast 2 Coast Refrigeration has worked with small businesses since the beginning. The team is a call away from a wide range of services including refrigeration installation, refrigeration maintenance, and refrigeration repair services.
Small businesses we work with:
- Liquor Stores
- Food Marts
- Breweries & Brewpubs
- Small Grocery Stores
- Casual Dining Establishments
- Wine Cellars
- Seafood Markets
If you own a restaurant, grocery store, cafeteria, pub or maybe you manage a pharmacy or run a warehouse, we are here to protect your investment made in all those products you sell. So far, we can honestly declare we installed all types of equipment:
- multiplex systems,
- reach-in display cases and line ups,
- walk-in coolers and freezers,
- ice machines, etc.
Adding a refrigeration on your vessel is not like going to a store, buy one and connect it to a source of power. You need to consider at least the following factors:
- What type of power you have and how much battery the system will need,
- What space you have on the boat,
- Where to install the compressor,
- What kind of refrigeration box you need – think of size, colors and finishes, and location.