When purchasing restaurant equipment, consider a few tips that can make the experience more efficient and cost-effective in the long-term.
Saving money is at the heart of nearly every food service operation. Learn where to spend and where to save when purchasing restaurant equipment and supplies.
Used commercial deep fryers can cost over a thousand dollars less than a new unit, but if you don’t thoroughly inspect the unit, those savings could be blown away by repair costs.
With rising food and utility costs, a used commercial dishwasher can be tempting, but you need to do your homework to make sure you get the most bang for your buck.
Choosing used equipment can be risky, but as long as you go with a gas-powered unit and thoroughly inspect it before buying, you could save a lot of money by purchasing a used commercial oven.
A used commercial food steamer can save some money in initial purchase expenses, but if you do not thoroughly inspect the unit and call the manufacturer with any questions, the used steamer can end up costing more money than a new model in the long run.
Buying a used commercial ice machine may seem like a great way to save money, but do your homework in order to avoid being saddled with an inefficient machine that keeps breaking down.
Used commercial ranges cost less than new, and as long as you go with a gas-powered model, they can be reliable choices. However, be sure to thoroughly inspect the unit before spending the money to get the best possible result.
You can save a lot of money by purchasing a used commercial refrigerator, but be sure to thoroughly inspect the unit before purchase to make sure you aren’t adopting someone else’s problem.
Used restaurant equipment may seem like an attractive option, but it can also turn into a curse if repair and utility costs skyrocket.
Although priced for budgeted shoppers, not all used commercial kitchen equipment presents the best deal in town. Learn about what to look for and how to spot a bargain.