Commercial Kitchens Upgrades—What You Need to KnowPosted November 15, 2016 by CPS
In the food service industry, if the kitchen is not operating correctly, the whole place slows down. A lot of the times, restaurant and bar owners aren’t aware of the improvements that could be made that would have a big effect on the overall performance of the operation.
If you have a commercial kitchen, the first thing you need to do is an evaluation. Start with your microwave and other small appliances. Are they running correctly? Would it be beneficial to your operation if the microwave or another appliance were bigger and could handle more volume? And thus speed up your process?
What is your current refrigeration setup? Sometimes caterers and food lines are hampered by an old refrigeration unit. For example, it was purchased decades ago and it’s not energy efficient, causing your bills to increase. Also, it’s too big and bulky, making it seem like it’s always in the way. Your unit may just need a repair to get it performing like it’s new.
For your cooking needs, what is the current state of your gas, steam or electric cooking method? Over time, even the best stoves can fail, so it becomes paramount to have them serviced by the right technicians.
Whether you are just upgrading one area, repairing broken equipment or getting a whole new commercial kitchen, you have to have the best parts. And you need a local company that can help you through every step of the process.
If you ever need a technician, it should be easy to schedule one and they need to be available around the clock, 24/7/365.
Ohio’s top service provider for over three decades has been Commercial Parts and Service (CPS). If you have questions about upgrading your commercial kitchen, need repair assistance or just have general questions—call the authority in parts and service—CPS: 800-837-8327.