We've seen it all at Grease Busters, nothing can shock us anymore!
Have a look through some of our best and worst previous jobs.
A while ago I was invited to inspect a commercial kitchen duct at Currumbin here on the Gold Coast. And even today after ten years of duct cleaning experience, it makes me smile to know that I can still be pleasantly surprised by the lack of work ethics displayed by other commercial hood and canopy […]Read More
This Kitchen exhaust duct in Hamilton Brisbane was a great example of job only half done. The previous contractors only touched the early to reach area of the canopy and duct leaving the rest as a fire waiting to happen. Lucky the chef had taken a peek up through the filter hole to see something […]Read More
Let me share with you an example of quality exhaust fan cleaning here on the Gold Coast. To my excitement I was recently invited to quote on a large kitchen Canopy and Exhaust Fan Cleaning Job here on the Gold Coast. This large venue caters for multiple eating kitchens so the roof and fan set […]Read More
The Lads made quick work of this duct cleaning job in Carindale Brisbane. Last week I was called to kitchen in a well know Carindale Venue as the manager had concerns about the quality of week that he was currently getting. After taking out a filter and looking along the horizon duct I could clearly […]Read More
Here is a lovely big exhaust duct in Southbank Brisbane that had never been clean . A large kitchen venue at Southbank Brisbane recently contacted me as they felt something was not right with their current contractors. After only a few minutes I told them that the upper ducting in their kitchen exhaust duct has […]Read More
Out of sight, out of mind. I find many fans that a hugely neglected just because you cant see them. A large kitchen venue at Currumbin here on the Gold Coast recently contacted me as a result of a random roof inspection that uncovered a grease laden fan and roof area. The previous contactors had […]Read More
Owners of commercial kitchen establishments know that there are a million day-to-day maintenance tasks required for the upkeep of their venue’s kitchen, but the one that most often falls through the cracks is ensuring that it is fire safe. Yet, it is one of the most important. A commercial kitchen is defined as any kitchen […]Read More
Did you know, that in order to comply with the Fire Act you must have your kitchen exhaust cleaned at least once every 12 months? It is also a requirement by AIRAH (Australian Institute of Refrigeration, Air-Conditioning and Heating) that all parts of your kitchen canopy and duct work be checked and cleaned monthly. Plus, […]Read More
In order to reduce the risk of a fire hazard, it is the owner’s responsibility to keep their kitchen exhaust system clean of any grease, dirt or particulate build-up. If left unmaintained, your kitchen exhaust system will accumulate a build-up of dirt, grease, oil and fat residue, that if touched with a spark or flame […]Read More
Fats, oils and grease (FOG) originate from food products such as butter, lard, vegetable oils, animal fats, meats, sauces and dairy products. They are commonly generated during the preparation of food containing these products, and are found in food establishments such as restaurants, pubs, cafes, etc. Why are FOG’s a problem? The biggest concern is […]Read More