You may think that your bakery is as functional for you and your employees as possible, but you may be a bit surprised at how some of the most simple and logical changes can make a difference. This is especially true when it comes to the doors that you have in your commercial kitchen. If you want to see some big changes, talking to a professional commercial door contractor could open up a whole new world for your business. Here are a few door changes you should definitely know about as a bakery owner.
Swinging Doors for High-Traffic Areas
Traveling back and forth between this section of your kitchen and the next may be something that you and your employees do thousands of times in a week. Now just imagine how much extra effort goes into reaching for knobs, turning handles, and closing doors behind you. In these areas, swinging doors that simply push open and closed can be a major functional bonus in your commercial kitchen. Best of all, modern swinging doors are whisper quiet and basically maintenance-free. This means you will spend less time dealing with door noises in an already loud space and you will barely ever have to give your time to messing with swinging doors once they are installed.
Automatic Sliding Cooler Doors
when you are in the business of serving up sweet confections and fresh-baked goods, there is a good chance that a lot of your product will either come from the cooler or go inside of it once complete. Automatic sliding cooler doors will mean hands-free entrance and exit when you have your hands full, which can be incredibly convenient. Furthermore, you will experience less cold air loss due to cooler doors being left opened when employees are in a hurry.
Seamless Glass Kitchen Doors
If you want to make a big impression on the patrons that visit your bakery, give them an inside peek at what goes on in the bustling kitchen where their orders are being made fresh-to-order. Large seamless-glass double doors will do just that by creating a window of vision to the place where all of the important stuff takes place in your business.
If you think that your bakery could use some major door changes, talk to a commercial door contractor about all of the different options you could have. You may find that opening up a new world in your bakery business is all about just changing the doors that you already have.
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