Brick & Mortar Vs Online Businesses: My Experience

Brick & Mortar Vs Online Businesses: My Experience

Buying A Freezer For Your Business

by Roy Morris

A stainless steel freezer can be an essential appliance for anyone that runs a business that needs to store food for long periods of time. Unfortunately, it is often the case that individuals will drastically underestimate the thoughtfulness and planning that will be needed for this purchase.

Be Mindful Of The Size Of The Commercial Freezer

A commercial freezer can be a fairly large appliance. When a business leader is looking to purchase one of these units, it is important to make sure that the space where it is going to be placed is accurately measured. Failing to measure this space can result in the freezer being too large to fit. Conversely, choosing a freezer that is substantially smaller than this space may unnecessarily restrict your business's long-term storage capacity. As you are measuring this space, you should also include the space needed for the door to the freezer to open and close. Otherwise, you may have a difficult time making full use of your business's commercial freezer.

Consider Whether The Freezer Is Protected By A Warranty

If you have chosen to buy a used freezer, you will be able to get a quality appliance for a much better price. However, it is still important to make sure that you are buying a freezer that is protected by a warranty despite being previously used. This can protect you from situations where the seller's inspection failed to catch potential problems with the unit. Depending on the age of the unit, it may even still be protected by the manufacturer's warranty. Reviewing the available protection should be a factor that weighs heavily in your assessment for the freezer.

Check For Signs Of Corrosion Or Other Damages

Prior to buying a used commercial freezer, the unit should be thoroughly inspected for signs of wear or damage. This is important due to both the potential repair costs that would be needed if the unit suffers a problem as well as the potential for products and inventory to be ruined as a result of a freezer failure. During the course of evaluating the exterior, you may want to pay special attention to the development of corrosion. Corrosion on the exterior of the freezer may also indicate that mechanical parts inside the system may also be corroded. While this does not mean that these freezers should be automatically excluded from consideration, you may want to thoroughly inspect the coils and cooling system to make sure it is in good condition. Contact a retailer in your area to order a used stainless steel three-door freezer.


About Me

Brick & Mortar Vs Online Businesses: My Experience

I have owned my own small businesses for years, and I have always been happy to share my business tips with other entrepreneurs, especially those just starting out. One question I get asked about a lot is whether it is a better idea for a beginner to open an online business or a brick & mortar shop. While I wish I had a one-size-fits all answer, the truth is that it really depends on what you are selling (or what service you are providing), how the economy is doing in your local area, and your personal business goals and dreams. However, every brick & mortar business should have a website today, and it only makes sense to sell products on a website that your business needs anyway. I have many more business tips to share, and I decided to start a blog to share them with all aspiring entrepreneurs!