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After we set up our new place, I was surprised to see just how many boxes we had. We had a lot more stuff than we needed, and I had to do something to create a more organized area. I began looking for solutions, and I found a storage facility that was just down the street from us. I talked with them about the sizes they had available, and I booked a unit that I thought would work. After using the storage facility, our new place was cleaner and much more organized. I wanted to start a website all about moving and storage, since you never know what kinds of problems you will face in a new place.


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Choosing Shelving For Your Restaurant's Kitchen: Three Choices To Consider

Keeping your restaurant's kitchen and walk-in coolers organized is important, and the right shelving systems can help you keep everything neatly sorted and easily accessible. Here are a few options to consider to keep your restaurant kitchen working smoothly.

Bakers Racks

Bakers racks are ideal for a wide range of uses in your kitchen. They can be used to move ingredients from your walk-ins and into the food prep area, and they are also ideal for storing cookware, dinnerware, and other essentials. Short bakers racks can be added to the end of the prep line so finished products can be stored until they are ready to be brought out to the dining room. These racks often have height-adjustable shelves, so you can accommodate items of all sizes. Be sure to look for wire bakers racks with rolling casters so they can be moved easily from one place to another.

Wall-Mounted Wire Shelving

Wall-mounted wire shelving systems can be a smart option for your walk-ins. They can be used to ensure items stored on the bottom meet local ordinances governing how low to the floor food can be stored, and they also provide a convenient way to organize ingredients without having to stack boxes on top of each other. Consider lining the walls with these shelves for a permanent storage and organization system in your coolers and freezers. The shelves should be made of sturdy metal to withstand the temperatures as well as the weight of your meats and produce.

Wall-Mounted Racks

Wall-mounted racks put frequently used items, such as utensils and mixing bowls, within arm's reach while cooking. These shelves can be strategically placed above the food prep line as well as next to your stoves. Use them to stash bulk containers of spices or basic saucepans, frying pans and stock pots. Look for shelves with sturdy brackets and durable construction that can handle a lot of weight, and consider designs with lipped edges to prevent items from falling into your cooking pots. You can also find wall-mounted spice racks with barriers that keep jars and bottles securely in place along the wall.

Be sure that the shelving you choose meets local ordinances and food handling standards. Stainless steel shelving and racks can be easily cleaned and are often ideal for use in kitchens. Not only are they durable and easy to maintain, but they also give your restaurant's kitchen a professional, modern appearance.