Exhaust Hood Cleaning
In your busy commercial kitchen, all it takes is a few weeks of bustling lunch and dinner rushes to build up heat and moisture on your exhaust hoods and vents.
Without regular cleaning, the combination of heat and moisture creates an ideal breeding ground for bacteria, mold, and mildew—as well as becomes a major fire hazard.
In addition to your regular cleaning and sanitizing routine, the best way to care for your kitchen’s exhaust hoods and vents—and reduce the risk of grease fires—is to talk with us about an appropriate customized cleaning schedule for your business.
DID YOU KNOW?
Grease can be easily ignited in solid, liquid or vapor form. According to statistics from the National Fire Protection Association, the average year sees 11,100 structure fires in eating and drinking establishments in the United States, resulting in $163.1 million in property damage.
What we clean
When we stop by to clean, we start with an inspection of the entire exhaust system—performed by our properly trained, qualified and certified professionals, and in accordance with the Schedule of Inspection in the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Code 96.
From there, we customize our cleaning to the condition and specifications of your particular system, which typically includes cleaning the filters, the hood, fans and all attached ductwork.