Many people believe that when it comes to kitchen equipment, bigger is always better. After all, space in your kitchen is the one thing that they aren’t making any more of, so you should always overestimate to accommodate for both your current and future needs, right? Wrong. Even though your instincts may be telling you to purchase a large fridge, there are a number of important reasons why you may want to opt for a smaller one.
If your utility bills are a concern, this also represents one of the major reasons why a smaller fridge may be a better choice for your situation. Smaller cheap fridges naturally use less energy than larger ones, even if you’re looking at two completely brand new and state-of-the-art models, which can save you a significant amount of money over time in the process.
It Isn’t About More Space – It’s About Using Your Existing Space Wisely
Many people incorrectly assume that they should buy a bigger fridge on the off chance that they’ll actually need to use that much space in the future. In reality, all they’re doing is purchasing a unit that is much larger than they need that they will then struggle to properly utilize in the future.
One of the major downsides of buying a fridge that is larger than you actually need has to do with waste. You’re not only likely to spend more money on food and other ingredients, but those items are also much more likely to sit unused and even ultimately go to waste if you aren’t regularly confronted by their presence. It’s incredibly easy for items to get “lost” in a large refrigerator and the theory of “out of sight, out of mind” absolutely does apply in this case. By buying a smaller refrigerator, you’ll only have room for things that you absolutely need and are much less likely to let things go to waste as a result.
If you’re looking for a newer, smaller fridge for your work environment, or any other piece of equipment for your kitchen that will help your business excel beyond your wildest dreams, we urge you to check out the kitchen auctions that Fowles Auctions have every Wednesday. These high quality kitchens have stone bench tops and a number of other important features and are valued at anywhere between $2,800 and $5,500 at auction.
Not only will you save a large amount of money off the suggested retail price of these types of items, but you’ll also have access to a huge variety of important items that you likely won’t be able to find anywhere else. It truly is a “win-win” scenario for everyone involved and it is one that you should definitely take advantage of. Discounts like this are hard to find, so be sure to look at what we have available on a regular basis so you don’t miss exactly what you’re looking for.