Regardless of how small or big the repair is, you can count on Eichenauer Services to get the repair done properly, professionally and promptly, as it is understood a restaurant should not have a long down time, which can cause them to lose many customers. Eichenauer services has multiple CFESA (Commercial Food Equipment Association) and equipment manufacturer trained technicians in the Decatur area. As well as offering repair of restaurant equipment Eichenauer Services also suggest planned maintenance. Planned maintenance on heavily used commercial kitchen equipment will save you money and help you prevent downtime. Our Decatur, IL branch provides repair service on a wide variety of equipment for numerous equipment manufactures including:
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Decatur is also home to our main parts warehouse which contains the largest inventory of restaurant equipment parts in the area.
Decatur Illinois | Quick Info
Decatur is the largest city and the county seat of Macon County in the U.S. state of Illinois. The city, sometimes called "the Soybean Capital of the World", was founded in 1829 and is located along the Sangamon River and Lake Decatur in Central Illinois. In 2000 the city population was 81,500, and 76,122 in 2010, due to continued population decline. Prior to the 2010 census, Decatur was the sixth-most populous city in Illinois, but is no longer listed in the top ten Illinois cities outside of the Chicago Metropolitan Area.
Decatur is a classic Midwest USA small city situated with homes and park areas facing Lake Decatur, and with many historic brick buildings downtown. This city is home of private Millikin University and public Richland Community College. Decatur is a college town with treelined streets and vast industrial and agricultural processing production and is located in the Interior Plains of North America. Decatur is home to the corporate headquarters of international agricultural conglomerate Archer Daniels Midland which laid off 335 workers in Decatur and 1200 companywide in 2012 according to Crain's Business newspaper.
In the transition from a manufacturing to a service economy, Decatur has experienced some population decline as new development activity grows to the outer Decatur metro area, seemingly blurring the detectable boundaries of contiguous city limits of neighboring communities Mount Zion, Harristown, and Forsyth.