Building out a new kitchen space or even remodeling an old space comes with a ton of planning. Planning out your kitchen space is ideal for layout, it’s ideal for productivity, and honestly it is ideal for pricing. The more planned out your kitchen project is, the less money you will have to spend. Commercial kitchen spaces are an investment, and you need to treat each purchase as such. This includes appliances such as stove tops, fryers, and your walk-in cooler or freezer. Walk-in units are expensive pieces of necessary equipment and you should know exactly what you need for your restaurant kitchen before purchasing so that you can get the best bang for your buck. There are tons of variables that come into play when choosing your walk-in cooler or freezer, and will play a factor in how you configure and set your unit up.
First steps in determining the ideal set up for your walk-in unit is what you will need to store inside the unit. This will help with the major variable which is if you will need a walk-in cooler or a walk-in freezer, or even both. When items don’t need to be frozen you can go with either a cooler or a freezer set to a lower temperature, thus allowing it to be used as a freezer later down the line. But when stored items need to be stored you must go with a walk-in freezer.
Once you decide a walk-in cooler vs a walk-in freezer, it’s time to determine the sizing. How much space do you need inside the a...This selection is not currently available, please make another selection, or call 1.800.715.1014