Commercial Freezers

by Lee Wyatt
(last updated November 11, 2015)

Many people, when they hear the phrase or term "commercial freezer" automatically think of those huge walk-in jobs that are found in grocery stores. However, what these people may not realize is that there are other kinds available as well. Just about every kind of commercial freezer is also available for personal use. efore you go out and purchase one, there are a few things that should be considered.

Here are some guidelines to help you determine what kind of commercial freezer is best suited for you. In fact, these guidelines that are designed to help you determine whether or not you even need one at all. As you are looking through these guidelines write down your answers and use them to help you make your final decision.

  • Purpose. Why do you think that you need a commercial grade freezer? Are you planning on starting a restaurant? Perhaps you plan on starting some type of food storage program so that you can lower your grocery bill. Whatever your purpose, you should have one firmly in mind, in order to help you decide what type you will be getting, if you are even going to get one at all.
  • Size. How much space do you have available for use? If you only have enough space for something the size of a regular refrigerator, then it will do you absolutely no good whatsoever to purchase one that is the size of a garage. Basically, get one that will properly fit whatever available space you have.
  • Brands. Just like anything else in the world, commercial freezers have several different brands available. Before purchasing one at random, take some time to do some research on the different brands, and see what their reputations are like. Some of the things you should consider about the various brands are things like whether they are energy efficient or not, the reputation that they have for reliability, cost, and so on.
  • Warranty. Any type of appliance that you purchase should also include a warranty. Typically the longer your warranty the better. However, you will also want to make sure that you understand exactly what is covered by the warranty, and what exclusions (if any) there are. Unless you are wanting to either purchase a completely new unit every time your freezer breaks down, or pay an arm and a leg for repairs and new food, this is something that is absolutely vital.
  • Ease of use. One of the most important items for you to consider is how easy it is to use that particular unit. Keep in mind that you will be the one responsible for keeping the freezer clean and in general working order. Get a rough idea of how easy it is to perform routine maintenance and cleaning for each particular unit that you are interested in.

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Lee Wyatt

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