Mobile kitchens are in demand and offer flexible operational and cost-effective options.

Mobile kitchen rentals have always had a place at music festivals, concerts, job sites, and baseball games. In these uncertain times, many of those activities are simply a no-go. But then, the current pandemic hasn’t changed the fact that people need to eat. Moreover, people enjoy amazing food on demand that they didn’t have to make or bring with them. Thus, it’s not too surprising that mobile kitchens are still very much in demand. In fact, in many ways, mobile kitchens are helping to fuel curbside pick-ups. That said, if you’re catering for an event or want to provide smoothies for outdoor yoga classes, you should consider renting a mobile kitchen.

In Demand

As briefly touched upon, portable kitchens aren’t going anywhere. The reality is that without a vaccine, patio/outdoor dining is part of the new normal. Sure, if you own a restaurant, you already have a kitchen, but if foot traffic is down, and people are heading to local parks or other outdoor venues to stay safe, there’s a real potential for business outside of your restaurant.


Moreover, mobile or portable kitchen units allow your business to still be fully functional without the higher risk that comes from working indoors. Most food trucks have open windows with partitions, side doors, and air that isn’t being recirculated. As a result, the business can continue without you having to worry about your employees’ safety or have to provide extra safety measures other than gloves, masks, and thoroughly disinfecting high-touch areas.


Along those same lines, renting or even purchasing a mobile kitchen is affordable. Consequently, even if you don’t own a 5-star restaurant or Fortune 500 company, you can rent a mobile kitchen. With so many backyard birthdays and outdoor weddings, now is the perfect time to check out these portable kitchens.


Yet another reason to invest in a portable kitchen unit is the quality. Most units have an industrial design and offer only the best equipment. Likewise, the overall construction and performance of these temporary kitchens are of the highest caliber. As a result, high-end restaurants, the military, and even first responders to natural disaster areas utilize these portable kitchens. Thus, if you’re interested in renting or purchasing commercial and industrial kitchens but don’t know where to start, look no further. Go to and find out more about their high-quality mobile kitchens and products.


Renting a mobile kitchen can also provide you with various features that your regular restaurant or everyday work and home kitchens simply don’t offer. At Craftsmen Industries, you have several portable kitchen options, including modular kitchen units, kitchen trailers, tent kitchens, skid kitchens, food prep units, and much more. Thus, even if you don’t need a full commercial kitchen unit, there are still options that can be useful, especially during this pandemic. Furthermore, you can select the necessary appliances (range top ovens, charbroilers, deep fryers, etc.) and features that you need in your modular unit, which means you can have everything you need for however long you need it.

Marketing and Creativity

Plus, if you’re renting a custom food truck, then there’s no reason you shouldn’t take advantage of the chance for free marketing. Portable kitchens and trailers are essentially moving billboards. You can add your logo, design, menu, and more to your truck for a minimal price. In contrast, if you’re interested in a portable food truck/kitchen for an event, you can still customize your vehicle for that particular occasion.

Perks of Pre-Fabrication

You can save yourself time and money by choosing to rent or purchase a pre-fabricated kitchen. Instead of finding ways to work around the current limitations of your kitchen or the situation in general, you can just rent a kitchen with what you need. If you need a spacious kitchen trailer with a restroom, high-volume dishwasher, food prep station, and utilities support (water, gas, existing electrical, etc.), then you can have it all right at your fingertips. Note that you can also maximize the space and overall unit’s layout, so that your staff has all the room they need to work and be safe. These are just a few perks of pre-fabrication.

Climate Control

Other features that make having a portable kitchen a must are their various climate control features. As expected, there’s cold storage that can be adjusted to your needs. You can also choose units that have warming trays, hot food storage, and more. Mobile kitchens also come with air-conditioning and heating to make your employees as comfortable as possible. This is especially true for warmer climates. In fact, today’s temporary kitchens are designed to ensure that it doesn’t feel like you’re in a sweatbox.

Convenient Delivery

What’s more, mobile kitchen units can be delivered to your site in no time at all. The goal here is to make day-to-day operations easier for you and your staff. Whatever the use, these portable kitchens and units can be delivered to just about anywhere.

No-Fuss Setup and Removal

Lastly, setup and removal are a breeze. These food trucks can be completely assembled for you without you having to lift a finger. Also, the breaking down of these units is typically included in terms of your lease. If you’ve been toying around with the idea of using a temporary kitchen, now is a good time to try one out for yourself. Once you see how advantageous renting one is, you may just be tempted to buy.

Final Thought

These are just a few reasons why you should rent or purchase a mobile/portable kitchen. As you can see, there are countless temporary kitchen options and available equipment. Thus, if you need assistance figuring out which mobile kitchen setup is right for you, then an expert sales team member at Craftsmen Industries will be more than happy to help.

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