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    Maintain a Clean & Safe Kitchen

    Consistent maintenance of the kitchen hood exhaust system in your restaurant or facility remains one of the primary defenses against fire hazards.

    Our established cleaning methods remove the grease and flammable residues from the interior surfaces of the hood, filters, ductwork, and exhaust fans to ensure compliance with all applicable municipal, state, and National Fire Protection Association codes.

    Upon completion of the cleaning process, a Proof-of-Performance decal is posted on the hood canopy in plain view of the fire marshal, health department, or insurance agent.


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    Professionally cleaned kitchen exhaust systems:

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    Service-Tech Cleans Beyond What is Seen

    Certified by the International Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning Association (IKECA), our technicians clean all components and ductwork in the kitchen exhaust system for proper maintenance and fire prevention.

    Furthermore, by cleaning the entire system, we are able to check for possible system blockage and visually verify that the louver and dampers are working properly.

    Kitchen & Exhaust Cleaning Specifications

    Includes the filter plenum, and the interior of ductwork to and including the exhaust fan located on the roof.

    • Remove filters, scrape and wash plenum walls, filter frames, and fire suppression equipment (not including the fusible links and trigger mechanisms).
    • Scrape and/or brush the interior surfaces of all accessible horizontal and vertical ductwork.
    • Wash all fan blades, interior, and exterior of the fan housing and drip pans (hot, high-pressure wash when possible).
    • Clean all louvers and dampers. If dampers must be moved to ensure complete cleaning, they will be marked and returned to their original position to prevent unbalancing the system.
    • Replace filters to their original position.
    Optional Services
    • Clean the kitchen exhaust filters

    • Clean underside of hoods, including piping, conduit, fire heads, etc.

    • Wash the interior of water-wash filtering systems.

    • Install new removable metal access doors, where necessary, to reach all areas. These access doors meet current fire prevention regulations.