Details to be aware of when planning the kitchen


It's true that for both residential and commercial kitchens it's crucial to plan the space well. If you have a small space it's very important that you create a practical kitchen that can function in everyday use, but even when you have a lot of space good planning is necessary to have a kitchen that is easy to use and functional. A commercial kitchen setup is of course always a harder task to plan since there are so many factors that need to be considered.


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Clean-up and dishes


A lot of planning goes into refrigeration and cooking, but the sink is a crucial part of any commercial kitchen setup. If you're planning a commercial kitchen in Melbourne you have a wide range of choices for material, but stainless steel is the best option for a sink.


Choose your stainless steel sink by its thickness to make sure you have a sink that'll last, no matter what you put it through. Stainless steel thickness is measured on a scale of 8 to 30, and, for a commercial sink, you want at least 16. That way your sink will be a functional part of your kitchen, last as long as possible, and look great even after heavy usage.


Types of sinks


As well as different materials there are also different styles of sink to choose between for your commercial kitchen. Under mount, top mount, and stand-alone sinks are all common in any commercial kitchen setup. A top-mount sink is often the cheapest option, so it would suit anyone setting up a commercial kitchen in Melbourne on a tight budget. An under-mount sink is mounted underneath the bench top, creating a more fluid space and is the better option in smaller spaces for that reason. An all in one bench top and sink is a great option for anyone who wants the best-looking design whilst also maintaining a high functionality. It's ideal for easy cleaning and maintenance as it's seamless and without joints.


There are also other things to consider, like size, specific bench layout, location to other kitchen units, and so on; because of this, it's always a good idea to consult with a professional so you can make the most of the space.