Installing a new kitchen is an exciting time for any church, opening new opportunities to serve your congregation and welcome in new members. Plus, with these different features, you’ll soon forget your tired domestic kitchen that came before
Looking to make teas and coffees for your whole congregation on a Sunday morning? Or serve up piping hot roast dinners once a week after lockdown lifts? The options are endless at Steelplan Kitchens and we can make a kitchen fit for its purpose.
Creating a welcoming and inclusive atmosphere, a serving hatch not only makes it easier to socialise with your community, but it also minimises footfall in your kitchen. Allowing you to serve meals and drinks more efficiently, they are also a convenient and secure way to close off food serving counters from the church hall, for example.
If you struggle to wash up efficiently with a single sink, it might be time to consider a dedicated washing-up area. You can choose from undercounter dishwashers, passthrough dishwashers, a double sink or even just a domestic dishwasher – it just depends on your washing-up requirements. So, whether you’re using the space for a new church café, or just for a post-service coffee round, there’s a washing-up area to suit you.
Typically only suitable for larger areas, islands can provide the extra working space that some churches lack when prepping food and cooking – freeing up work tops. Islands also create more storage and a sociable element to your new kitchen, as members of your congregation can use it as another place to share a meal together.
If you’re ready to take your next step in kitchen installation, call Steelplan Kitchens on 0844 809 9186 to find out more. Whatever the size or requirements, we can help.
The inherent strength of metal and a combination of the benefits listed on this page mean that a steel Kitchen will far exceed the life expectancy of a standard wooden carcass kitchens in semi-commercial environments.
The polyester powder coated steel is impervious to water. No more swollen chipboard or rotting MDF.
The metal is fire resistant and the powder coat finish formulated so that no toxic fumes are emitted in the case of fire.
Unlike wooden/chipboard cabinets the Steelplan Kitchen carcass does not contain any material that may sustain, harbour or encourage insects or bacteria.
The powder coated finish means that the units can be kept to an extremely high level of cleanliness and hygiene at all times. Essential when used in health locations.
It looks great! The hidden steel backbone is dressed up with a choice of doors to produce whatever look and feel you want.