Domestic appliances can appear like the cost-saving option when purchasing equipment for a commercial kitchen. Although the cost may be dramatically reduced, the equipment is not necessarily fit for purpose and may end up causing more problems in the future.
If you are providing a commercial catering service, you are providing food on a more substantial level than a domestic kitchen. It therefore makes sense that the equipment in a commercial kitchen needs to be on a larger scale. Your equipment needs to be able to handle a larger workload. Having domestic equipment in a commercial kitchen will impact on your ability provide an efficient service that is fit for purpose.
Consider Quality and Not Just Quantity
All equipment has a life expectancy and will need replacing. A domestic appliance should last many years in a household kitchen. However, place these same items in a commercial …