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Common Kitchen Hood & Exhaust Cleaning Questions

See below for common asked questions for hood and exhaust cleaning, timing, frequency, guarantees and more. Don’t see your questions below? Contact us.

Overtime grease collects in your exhaust system and will become a fire hazard if not removed, which is why the fire department and your insurance company require regular kitchen exhaust cleaning.

NFPA 96 states, “The entire exhaust system shall be cleaned by a properly trained, qualified and certified company or persons” Work of this nature takes special tools, equipment, and expertise to properly and thoroughly clean.

Yes, we guarantee that our service will clean your exhaust system to the NFPA 96 standards.

That depends on the size of your system and the number of filters but on average is about 2 to 3 hours.

While the answer is yes, we provide service 24/7 so that we can work during non business hours.

That depends on the size of your system but give us a call for a free estimate.

Yes we are fully bonded and we carry $4 Million in liability insurance.

Frequency of cleaning depends on many variables such as the type of cooking you do, and how often the systems are used. We schedule your cleaning based on the need of each location; monthly, quarterly or semi-annually.

We understand that cancellations can occur. We require a least 24 hours notice of cancellation phoned into our office but cancellation notices received with less then 24 hours notice may be subject to a cancellation fee.

Yes. It is required by law that we, as a professional commercial kitchen hood exhaust system cleaning, inspection and service company, update and apply a new, certified cleaning, inspection and service sticker to every system at every interval.

Areas that cannot be easily accessed or not accessed at all from a direct line of site should have access panels. Access panels are removable “doors” that should be installed every twelve feet and at every bend.

NFPA 96 is the standard for ventilation control and fire prevention of commercial cooking operations.