Many homeowners want their dream kitchen, and the contents may include double ovens, granite counter tops and sleek stainless steel. However, have you ever thought about buying commercial kitchen appliances for your home? If you love cooking, you may opt for a commercial-grade appliance for your dream kitchen for a number of reasons. Believe it or not, this isn’t even a new trend, as evidenced by an article in The New York Times in 1982! If you’re considering having a professional restaurant-quality kitchen appliance in your home, here are a few things to factor into your decision. 

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Installation and Size

When you invest in a commercial kitchen appliance for your home, you need to keep in mind that they often differ in size from a traditional home appliance. Professional appliances can have hundreds of parts, making installation tricky. You’ll need to carefully measure your kitchen to see if the appliance can fit and you can get to your cabinets and other appliances comfortably.

If you’re designing your kitchen from scratch, it may be easier to get a commercial appliance in than if you’re putting it in an existing kitchen layout. Many cabinets will not fit perfectly flush with these appliances, and you may need to switch out your cabinetry to better accommodate the equipment. It’s important to get the right fit for your appliances so you avoid injuries. You should also consider that some of these appliances will have a dramatic weight difference compared to a traditional stove or refrigerator, and your home will need to be able to withstand the additional load. Check with the manufacturer to find out if your home needs a special cement base.

Plumbing and Electric Needs

A commercial kitchen appliance has more complex requirements, including plumbing and electric. When compared to appliances bought from Sears or other retailers, commercial grade appliances may use a much higher amount of watts or need additional plumbing or electrical installation. Checking with your home insurance provider before installation is highly recommended, to make sure you don’t need to meet certain requirements that apply to commercial equipment. Your insurance provider can also advise you on safety issues, to ensure you have the best protection for your home and family. Regarding stoves and cooking surfaces, you also will need to consider the needs for venting, because the equipment will output more heat than a regular stove. You should always check your local municipal codes to discover if there are requirements that are specific to commercial appliances. Ensuring your kitchen is up to code is especially important in older homes, which may have archaic wiring and plumbing.

A commercial kitchen appliance can make your kitchen look sleek and stylish, but equipping your kitchen with them takes more consideration than you may think. You should investigate how these appliances will work in your home to consider all of the parameters that they involve so installation is quick and smooth!

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