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We are a full-service commercial and industrial installer of HVAC/R, Electrical, and Plumbing solutions. For us, full-service means just that. You name it we can engineer, design, and install it in just about any facility. Our fully trained and consistently certified team of professionals is committed to working with industry-leading technology and equipment to keep your business successful.

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Seasonal Special:

Furnace Safety Inspection – Only $39.50

Seasonal Special:

Furnace Safety Inspection – Only $39.50

Commercial Kitchens

A commercial kitchen is much different than the one you have at home. If you have ever been to a large restaurant, you may have wondered what the kitchen is like. To put out so much different food for so many people at once, it’s important that a kitchen has the necessary equipment to meet the needs of it’s of its customers. It’s also important to take into account how many people need to be served – a small Italian restaurant probably won’t need as many cooking stations as a hospital. No matter the output of your restaurant or building, Cranney Commercial can install commercial kitchen features to maximize your efficiency. 


If you are installing a commercial kitchen in your restaurant or business, it’s important that you know the components before you make any purchases. Here are some of the most important features of a commercial kitchen: 

  • Stations: The stations in a commercial restaurant need to be able to accommodate the volume of people who access it. For example, a restaurant probably won’t need to feed as many people as a hospital will. The more stations your business or facility has, the more food will be prepared. Baking, grilling, frying – different cooking methods require different stations to operate. 
  • Equipment: Commercial kitchen equipment looks a lot different than the oven and stovetop that you have at home! These models are much larger to have a higher amount of food output. They are designed for mass production, and they include safety features as well. 
  • Setup: Commercial kitchens require a specific layout. In order to keep food workers safe, each station needs to have a certain amount of surrounding space. There are also distance requirements between stations that vary from town, city, and state. 
  • Safety: Safety is the utmost concern when designing and installing a commercial kitchen. These facilities deal with high temperatures, sharp objects, and heavy machinery. There are venting requirements, no-slip floor additions, and a specific amount of fire extinguishers that vary depending on the size. 
  • Health Code: From cooking to storage, you must meet the Massachusetts health code requirements in order to operate. Preparation, operation, and storage is the most important part of any food service industry. If you fail to meet code requirements you are no longer able to operate – it’s as simple as that. With any commercial kitchen feature installation, you need to make sure that it will function properly and adequately.

Do you need your commercial kitchen installed, maintained, or repaired? What are you waiting for? Call Cranney Companies today!

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