Different coffee machines can help you achieve different goals such as cutting expenses or increasing the overall quality of your coffee. In addition to the different coffee machine leasing arrangements available, there are several other factors to consider when renting a coffee machine. Keeping these points in mind can help ensure you get the right machine for the job.
Usage & Users:
Guesstimate how many cups of coffee your coffee machine will be serving per day. Each machine has a certain coffee bean holding capacity which in some cases can be upgraded. This will also help you determine in what quantities you will be ordering supplies which is useful to know when making your initial lease agreement.
Will the users of the coffee machine be coffee experts themselves?? You may wish to consider how many beverage selections you will make available to them. The more selections, the more sophisticated the machine required.
Size & Location:
Cup sizes in an office or at home can vary, make sure the machine you select has the sufficient berth for the width and height of the cups and mugs that will be used at the machine.
Also check the dimensions of the coffee machine itself, will it fit into the place you need?
What will be the base of the coffee machine? are you going to place it on a table or do you prefer to have a standalone machine?
By thinking about your goals and the users of the machine you will arm you with the right questions for our representatives and we in turn will provide you the information you need to make an informative choice. We are also happy to negotiate an arrangement for your initial rental and stock purchase.
Deciding which coffee machine to buy can be complicated. There are more ways to make coffee than you might realize, and with so many makes and models available to choose from choosing a coffee machine can be daunting.