If you’re looking to install a walk-in cold room to store perishable products on your premises, you’ll need to budget for the equipment itself – plus installation. Basic cold-rooms will, of course, cost less than more advanced, spacious, and work-intensive designs that come equipped with additional extras.
How much you’ll need to pay for your new cold room can vary greatly. The size and complexity both influence the cost of installation. You’ll also need to factor electricity and ongoing maintenance into your ongoing costs. Let’s look at the main factor to affect the price of a cold room or refrigerated warehouse…
It’s straightforward – the larger the space equipped with refrigeration, the higher the installation cost. Full building conversions that include suspended ceilings will cost more still.
High-capacity spaces can save you money long-term as you expand, however. If you’re not careful, you can end up with scattered goods storage. Running lots of separate smaller cold rooms can end up costing you more in ongoing utility bills for water and electricity. In this tricky scenario, it may be worth considering building or renovating a larger, central cold storage area to rehouse items that aren’t immediately needed day-to-day.
Cold Room Designs From MTCSS
The last critical factor is the type of cold room design. MTCSS design and supply modular, bespoke cold rooms – all suited to different scales and purposes. Varying materials and different levels of insulation can vary in cost, too.
You should consult your supplier to find out which is the best choice for your business. MTCSS will guide you through the full process, from consideration to installation, helping you optimise your new cold storage space. Call or email us today to find out more.