24 Apr 2017
As an owner or manager of commercial space that caters to food, it is essential to the success of your business to maximise space in your kitchen, store or restaurant. A common problem among those who require commercial refrigeration for their company is the lack of space when the products are installed. This issue can be affecting the interior of the refrigerator as well as the exterior space in your kitchen or store. Consideration of how the size and shape of the refrigerator affect your area can give way to more efficient placement that could be instrumental in running a successful business. For businesses that use commercial refrigeration, design is necessary to give you an easier, smarter workspace and prevents bottlenecks in your production of food or customer flow.
Planning the layout with a refrigeration expert is a critical component when considering which items should be purchased.
If you’re considering several commercial refrigeration units, start by taking a look at your space and how you would normally direct traffic in your kitchen or store. Begin with marking the area in which you wish to place your refrigeration unit. Remember, having groups of units together that complement the flow of food preparation or consumer buying area is always a smart move. A functional kitchen is also important. If you want a smoothly running kitchen, consider a custom design for your business. Energy efficiency is also a critical component when trying to maximise your commercial refrigeration space. Choose a location for your refrigeration units and then call the specialist at JD Refrigeration to help you choose units that maximise space while ensuring that your setup is energy efficient. Other considerations for maximising your space can be made in the interior of the refrigeration unit. Additional shelves, resizing spacing between shelves and organisation of your food and beverage products are sure to open space up for more efficient storage. If you are in need of long-term storage, under counter refrigerators or bar equipment, there are always options to creating a space that will maximise the efficiency of your store or commercial kitchen.