It is common practice for many businesses to opt out of buying commercial catering equipment and go for the cheaper domestic appliances to save money. However, these “budget buys” don’t always turn out as expected, often resulting in unexpected costs for premature replacements when equipment functions poorly or malfunctions unexpectedly.
This article looks at the two most common issues when buying domestic appliances for your business and why they might lead you to pay out more than you initially expected.
You will find that many domestic appliances do not come with a warranty that truly safeguards against breakdown. Most only offer the statutory minimum requirement of a refund.
Even in situations where a domestic appliance does offer a warranty for repair or replacement, it will almost certainly not cover use of that appliance in any type of commercial premises.
That’s because manufacturers have no idea of what level of