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Installing an Office Kitchenette

Your business is growing, your team getting bigger, and you’d like to add some amenities to the office to better serve your employees. Adding a kitchenette to your office space can make lunchtime easier for you and for your employees, but you don’t know where to begin. Does this sound familiar? There are several things to take into consideration when designing an office kitchenette. Let’s look at some of the things that need to be taken into consideration, and some tips for creating the best kitchen space for your office.

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What Needs Do You Have?

The size and complexity of your office kitchen will depend greatly on the size of your office, number of employees, and of course your office improvement budget. Do you have an office of five people? A mini-fridge and microwave may suffice.

A larger office with 20-30 people? In that case you’ll need a full size refrigerator, a sink, a dishwasher, and probably several microwaves. Having a large office with a small kitchen can eat up your employees time, and leave them frustrated.

What is Your Goal?

Are you trying to create an areas for meals to be microwaved and paper plates thrown away? Or are you trying to create a kitchen and break room, where employees can eat their lunch after preparing it? If you are trying to create a break room you’ll need a considerable amount of space for tables and chairs.

If your goal is to create a space where people can escape their desk for a few minutes, you might also consider installing a coffee station. Creating a space for your employees to relax for a few minutes can be beneficial to their moral and productivity, so it it something to consider.

What are Your Means?

You’ll also need to take space and budget into consideration. By working with an experienced plumber you can come up with a design that will work within your space and your budget. Adding a kitchen sink and dishwasher will require a plumber to work on the project with you, so take that into consideration when designing your space. Working closely with a plumber to determine your offices’ needs will help you design a kitchen within your budget.

If you are ready to install an office kitchenette give Michael Runk a call today! Our office kitchenette plumbing services and can help you create the perfect kitchen to suit your offices’ needs!

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