Every part of our society has an important role to play; all jobs are essential, so to say. Many people go through their daily lives and do not realize just how important other types of service are. Some we may take for granted or not have thought about. Skilled trades have a spotlight of their own, and that spotlight will get brighter in the coming years. One cannot overstate the importance of skilled trades.
What Are Skilled Trades?
Skilled trades are those “typically . . . requiring manual skills and special training,” according to the first result in an online search. They generally make up the electricians, plumbers, appliance repairmen, builders, and many other occupations that involve tangible elements and machinery. The people with these jobs deal with tangible objects and have special training to know how to install and maintain them.
Skilled Trades Keep Society Running
Our world is becoming more digital than ever. It is hard to imagine life without many different machines. Phones, computers, refrigerators, and cars are just a few. Pine Heights Commercial Kitchen Service is most familiar with all the cooking equipment restaurants and other commercial food services use to create delicious and healthful cuisine to countless people. Without people who know how to install, troubleshoot, and repair all of these machines, it would be impossible to know how to function when they start to malfunction.
Skilled Trades Are Always in Demand
Technology changes dramatically over the centuries; looking back a hundred years ago, two hundred, and three hundred years, one can see just how different the world can look in terms of what machines and trades were in use. Regardless of how technology changes, there will always be a demand for skilled trades. Communities will always need experts who can identify problems and solve them concerning physical inventions like stoves, ice machines, and so much more.
We Need More Skilled Tradesmen!
The reality today is that there are very few who have those skills to tackle these vital issues. In the commercial kitchen industry, skilled labor is needed to catch problems before they become a health hazard or life threatening. However, the U.S. has seen an incredible scarcity of skilled laborers in recent years, not because of a lack of people, but perhaps because of a lack of interest. Our communities need them; the importance of skilled trades is equal to the importance of other positions.
Contact Pine Heights Commercial Kitchen Service, Inc.!
Since 1971, Pine Heights Commercial Kitchen Service, Inc., has been the leader in Commercial Kitchen Equipment Services in the greater Baltimore Metropolitan area. We specialize in Restaurant Equipment Repair Services, Commercial Refrigeration, Preventive Maintenance, in-shop repairs, and over-the-counter parts.
At Pine Heights, our motto is simple: “Quality Service for Less.” We provide the highest level of commercial maintenance for a competitive rate. We are veteran and family-owned and operated and located in Baltimore at 2900 West Patapsco Ave., Baltimore, MD 21230.