Seven Used Bar Equipment Articles Show You How To Avoid Costly Mistakes
Buying used bar equipment offers a great savings for the bar operator. The beer bottle coolers, keg coolers and ice machines are a major investment for the bar owner and therefore a great opportunity for savings.
Unfortunately it often ends up costing you more to keep the equipment running that it cost in the first place. The articles below will prepare you to avoid making costly mistakes. They will teach you how to find a good deal that will not bankrupt you in the long run.
These are the seven articles with brief descriptions. Together they will give you an advantage in buying used bar equipment. The only way to get back here from each one is to use the BACK button.
How To Easily Prevent The Most Expensive Problems With Night Club Equipment
This article will fill you in on the differences in the operating environments of restaurant and bar refrigeration equipment. You are safer with equipment that has been operated in a bar.
Should You Buy Used Bar Equipment?
This article compares buying new and buying used bar refrigeration equipment. It goes into the possible pitfalls of buying used bar equipment. What you need to know to make an informed decision about used refrigeration equipment.
How To Buy a Used Beer Cooler
This is a step by step method for evaluating a bar refrigerator. Everything here also applies to freezers.
How To Buy Used Bar Ice Machine
Step by step process for checking out the head of an ice machine. That is the top part that actually makes the ice.
More Essential Checks For Used Bar Ice Machine
The ice machine check out process is continued with the article about used bins. If you are considering a smaller one piece ice machine, both articles apply.
How To Buy a Used Bar Equipment Freezer
Everything that applies to buying a used cooler applies to buying a used freezer. This article covers additional things you need to be aware.
The System For Saving On Repairs
This is a very simple and detailed method of preventing breakdowns and minimizing the repair costs when things do stop working. Really good stuff.
How To Keep Your Beer Keg Cooler Running and Save Hundreds in Repair Bills
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