If your machine isn't working, you aren't making money!
You are in the coffee business. We are in the business of keeping your business running smoothly.
Service and Repair
We expertly service and repair Commercial Espresso Machines and Coffee Equipment like Brewers and Grinders.
Looking for espresso and coffee equipment? Look no further. We offer leasing and new/used purchase options. We will make sure you are ready to serve customers.
Give your team an edge while improving your coffee business through onsite training. Our talented trainer is a graduate from the American Barista and Coffee School.
Lightly used Wega Concept EVDP/3-CW!
Our Price: $14,500. (List Price: $21,500). Used for less than 3 months! Contact us today!
As many coffee businesses affected by COVID-19 will soon be back to "normal" operations, let our recommendations for reopening your espresso machines help you prepare.
SEPTEMBER 2020 PROMOTION:
Lightly Used Wega Concept EVDP/3-CW
List Price: $21,500 > Our Price: $14,500
Used for less than 3 months!
- Installed at Purdue Food Court, but removed because it wasn’t being used
- Selling for $15,000 as-is
- 3 groups
- 13L, 6000 W boiler
- Each group has its own coffee boiler
Watch a review of the model below.
Serving the entire state of Indiana, western Ohio, northern Kentucky and eastern Illinois.
Tips on Hard Water & Lime
Take our advice and save money on repairs!
Don't Neglect Your Water
Water is probably the most neglected part of making coffee. If you don’t like the taste of your water, you won’t like the taste of your coffee. Most tap water is fine—whether it be well water or city water—but we recommend you test your water periodically. In most instances, relatively inexpensive water treatment can make a big improvement in your coffee. For example, if your water has a distinctive chlorine or other taste, there are numerous inexpensive, easily installed, taste & odor filters available.
Check Your Water Hardness
Besides taste, the biggest water concern is its softness; hard water is the enemy of anything that heats water. When an espresso machine boils water, the minerals in that water fall out and accumulate in your boiler—just like your home hot water heater. Once in your boiler, that accumulated lime reduces your boiler capacity, can reduce heating element effectiveness, and may cause your boiler to overfill. Water carries small pieces of lime throughout the machine where it blocks flow meters, keeps valves from closing and clogs lines. We aren't exaggerating when we say 85-90%+ of our repair business is directly attributed to lime.
Watch Out for Lime Buildup
Is your business in Indiana? Central Indiana sits on top of some of the world’s best limestone, which is a good news/bad news situation. The good news is Indiana limestone is so desirable it was used to build the Empire State Building. The bad news is that same limestone ensures we have extremely hard water. Any central Indiana water used to make espresso must be softened. Choosing to save a little money today—by not softening your water—will cost you much more money later.