Commercial Kitchen Canopy Cleaning
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Commercial Canopy Cleaning
Here at 1st Commercial Cleaning our specialists offer a comprehensive commercial canopy cleaning service. A dirty canopy and dirty ducting is a fire risk, simply because of the amount of grease and dirt that builds up over time. This grease and dirt that builds up may appear minor at first and there is not a massive visible indication that permanent damage is being caused, but dust, dirt, and grease will slowly but surely start to mould causing permanent damage in your ducting system, which could eventually cause you to have to purchase a whole new system. It is essential that they are deep cleaned frequently and the canopy and ducts are not overlooked.
Millions of pounds’ worth of damage is caused each year by fires started in frying ranges and other cooking equipment in commercial buildings. What’s more, unless your ducting and extraction is cleaned regularly, then your insurance policy is likely to be invalid.
Duct cleaning is for specialist cleaners, the correct equipment and methods are required to avoid damaging the ducts whilst cleaning and to ensure it is cleaned effectively. Any removable parts are dipped into a degreaser. Inside the canopy, any excess grease should be scraped away before applying any eco-friendly chemicals. The entire canopy including lips, dip trays and the outside area of the canopy should also be cleaned, these are often overlooked and also need to be sanitised. The removable parts should also be steam cleaned and replaced when dry. Having the duct fans cleaned will generally give up to 30% more performance increase on air flow.
As commercial kitchens are in continual use, the easiest way to get your kitchen ducting and canopy’s cleaned is to call 1st Commercial Cleaning. We are experts in providing a professional cleaning service for commercial kitchens. We provide services to clean straight ducts of various lengths, rectangular or circular in cross-section pieces, terminal units, grilles, diffusers, registers, branches, which may have one or more outlets and curved ducting units.