If you have any plans of establishing or expanding your food service business, now is a good time to buy a freezer. The struggles you’re about to face in the commercial freezer industry are unique and so are the deals offered to the buyers.
But it doesn’t mean that buying a unit is troublesome with a hard-to-find solution. A savvy buyer should always be prepared –which means your preparation starts as you plan on what you need for a freezer.
Here is the ultimate commercial display freezer buyer’s checklist you might want to check out:
Check if the featured ranged of temperature hits your refrigeration needs. Other commercial freezers have their built-in thermometer so you can keep an eye on the temperature.
This is a great feature especially when you are freezing freshly prepared or newly purchased foods. This is best for keeping the quality of the food and for preventing the temperature in the freezer to rise.
This enables you fast freeze in all sections without the icy crystals forming inside, which guarantees a better taste and quality of the food.
There are many good brand names in the market today. Check the its history and customers’ feedback before choosing a brand.
The Invoice Price
After setting to a type of freezer, look for the invoice price for that unit. You can always check it out from the Internet. You’re doing this so you will know how much your dealer has marked up the original price.
Check for Rebates
There are many buyers who actually qualify for multiple rebates without them knowing. Be aware for all the rebates you can qualify for and make sure you get them.
Research the Sellers
Buying from a trusted seller can potentially help you save money and avoid headaches. If you’re not able to find online reviews about particular dealerships, talk to a friend or to a previous buyer.
Settle your finances
Choose from renting, leasing, or paying cash and also consider if you ever need to loan from a bank or a dealer.