Since 1943, we have been using OEM parts to ensure your equipment produces the highest quality product while working efficiently.

Harold Snow only sells and uses Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) parts for all over-the-counter sales and service calls. This means that you can be sure that the correct parts are being used on your unit, and that they are straight from the manufacturer. This not only protects your equipment warranty, but prevents unnecessary breakdowns in the future from using Non-OEM parts.

Since we get our parts direct from the manufacturer, you are getting the best pricing possible, with no middle-man increasing the price. Let us know what parts you need, and we’ll source them for you.



Whether your equipment is within its warranty period or not, when you need emergency service, you need it fast. With 24/7 service, our team is ready whenever you need us. We offer competitive rates and services, and can provide estimates when required. Contact our service department and we can get you back up and running in no time.


Need an old piece of equipment removed from your space before the new unit can be installed? Don't have the ability to un-crate the new unit yourself? Don't worry - Harold Snow has a team of technicians and installers that will help you get set up. We will remove the old piece of equipment, un-crate your new unit, and install it to the manufacturer's specifications.

Once the equipment has been installed, it may require certain customization to suit your needs. That's another thing that our technicians take care of for you. We will complete the Start Up to ensure your settings and codes are programmed, allowing the machine to be ready to use when needed.

Our team of technicians and installers have the expertise and training to demonstrate how to use the machine, care for it, and prevent issues down the road. We provide Staff Training to ensure you and your team know how to properly use and care for your new foodservice equipment.


Preventative Maintenance (also known as planned, routine, or regular maintenance) is one of the most important things you can do for your piece of equipment, however many equipment owners either do not know about it, or do not have the time and resources to take action.

Preventative Maintenance includes routine checks and cleaning to ensure your piece of equipment is running safely and efficiently. Some examples of PM include checking cords to ensure there are no loose wires or connections, ensuring the units are maintaining proper temperatures, and preventing leaks by making sure the seals around doors is tight and the gaskets are intact. There are some things that should be done daily and monthly for each unit, which you can read about in your Operations Manual. Other items should be checked by a factory-authorized technician.

We can schedule routine PM calls to your location every 3-6 months to ensure your unit is safe, effective, and to prevent large issues in the future.