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How to Design a Custom Cooler for Your Establishment

Posted by Anastasia Martin-Wegryn on

Designing a custom mortuary cooler for your establishment isn’t as hard as you think it is. You may be completely fine with a regular, run-of-the-mill mortuary cooler for your funeral home, in which case, we have quite the selection for you to choose from! However, if you are looking for something a bit more personalized, then we invite you to keep reading. Visit our website and take a look at the mortuary equipment and coolers we provide.

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3 Body Oversized Mortuary Cooler with Interior Rolling Rack Model from American Mortuary Coolers.

Think About Placement

Where will your cooler be located? Think about how easy it will be to access your cool and how often your employees will be needing to use it. If you want to create a larger cooler with bigger length, width, height, and more doors, make sure you have a safe and concealed place to store your cooler that makes sense in the function and layout of your morgue.

Triple Cot Roll-In Mortuary Cooler from American Mortuary Coolers.

Walk-In or Roll-In?

This may depend on the volume of your customers and how many deceased people you are storing. If business tends to stay relatively busy, you should look into something that is going to work and function efficiently in your mortuary that doesn’t hinder business. It is also important to consider how much space you have to work with when deciding what kind of cooler you want.

0' x 20' Walk-In Mortuary Cooler Model from American Mortuary Coolers.

Keep Cost in Mind

Creating a custom cooler can become pricey quickly, especially if you have a lot of ideas and inspiration. If you are working with a budget, it is best to get a quote first so you know how much your project will cost and work from there. Think of necessity first before adding other features out of convenience or want.

8' x 10' Walk-In Mortuary Morgue Cooler Model from American Mortuary Coolers.

How Many Doors Do You Need?

How many doors you want to include in your custom mortuary cooler goes hand-in-hand with how large you would like to make it. It will make sense to include more doors for larger coolers, especially if storing a larger quantity of the deceased. Doors make it easier to access the bodies you are storing and may also make for more efficient working.

Take a look at our selection of mortuary coolers and other morgue equipment today! If creating your own custom cooler for your establishment is something that interests you, then visit our website and fill out a custom order form to receive a quote. We look forward to working with you!

 


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