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3 Tips for Optimizing Your Commercial Kitchen for Success December 12, 2017

Lathrop, San Joaquin
3 Tips for Optimizing Your Commercial Kitchen for Success, Lathrop, California

As any restaurant owner knows, the upkeep required to run a commercial kitchen is quite intricate. Not only do they need larger cooking equipment and storage facilities, but they also require specific kinds of maintenance and repairs. The team at Tech-24 specializes in commercial kitchen equipment repair and maintenance and has come up with a few tips to help restaurant owners optimize their spaces. 

Avoid Unnecessary Commercial Kitchen Repairs With These Optimization Tips

1. Use the Proper Equipment

It might be tempting to stock your restaurant’s kitchen with items you’d find in your own, but this equipment isn’t designed to serve a large number of people. The tools you use should fall in line with the maximum number of people your restaurant can serve at one time, which will not only put less stress on your employees, but on the equipment as well. Using the wrong appliances will only increase how much you spend on commercial kitchen equipment repairs, as these appliances will have to work too hard to keep up with the number of patrons your dining facility has. It’s best to simply start off with the right items for the size of your restaurant.

2. Maximize Your Storage Space

commercial kitchen equipment repairMaximizing the storage space in your commercial kitchen will make it more efficient and free up floor space for your employees to move around more easily. One of the first ways to do this is to invest in storage equipment that provides you with more than one function. Also, use the walls by installing hooks or shelving to maximize vertical storage. By customizing this to your commercial kitchen’s shape and size, you will be on your way to optimizing your restaurant for success.

3. Declutter the Area

Have a meeting with your staff to find out what equipment they aren’t using. As you acquire new appliances, the team may find one item is more efficient than another, and there are likely pieces of equipment they have stopped using entirely. This means you have appliances that are just taking up space. Decide what should be stored for future use and what should be thrown out to make your employees’ workstations more efficient.

If an essential item isn’t working, contact the commercial kitchen equipment repair and maintenance professionals at Tech-24. As a trusted company for over 30 years, their team of experts can help you get your restaurant’s kitchen back in tip-top shape. The trained technicians can fix anything from coffee machines and fryers to walk-in freezers. To find the location nearest you, visit their website.

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