Whether you’re building a commercial kitchen or considering a remodel, the following are a couple of things to take into consideration when planning for your project.
Health and Safety
Work with a reputable team to ensure that your kitchen will meet current health and safety standards. Many commercial kitchens require updates as health and safety standards change over time. Even if your kitchen meets local code, you should also take this time to address any safety issues that your employees notice or that you have consistent issues with.
It’s no secret that a successful kitchen requires space, but don’t limit yourself by your current demands. A successful kitchen design provides enough space for current operations and more in the event that your business experiences growth. Plan for future expansion (within reason) when you plan your new commercial kitchen.
Being resourceful with your space is important for small kitchens, but still a good bet for larger commercial spaces as well. Make choices that allow your counters, cabinets, and appliances to serve multiple purposes where possible. This will allow you to fit more into your (possibly limited) space and use that space more efficiently.
Choosing and using energy-efficient appliances is not just about going green, though that should be a consideration especially if it is part of your brand. Energy efficient appliances can also help you reduce your energy costs so that your business runs more efficiently.
Work With Encore Construction
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