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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
Unsure why or even when you need to have your kitchen canopy cleaned? Here is a list of everything you need to know when it comes to grease and your kitchen canopy. 1. How Often Should I Have It Cleaned? According to the National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA) standards, kitchen exhaust system cleaning should be […]Read More
With commercial kitchen fires costing millions, a year in damages as well as putting the lives of numerous people at risk, it is important to know how you can do your part in preventing them. You can stop commercial kitchen fires by preventing them where they start! Where Do They Start? Most commonly, the three […]Read More
When it comes to kitchens, cleaning is non-negotiable. If your kitchen is not maintained correctly you can face huge fines or even be shut down. Hiring a professional cleaning service will significantly reduce those risks, keeping your kitchen and your staff safe and in operation. Plus, they can often work around the busy schedule of […]Read More
If you own a commercial kitchen, then you know grease build-up is inevitable. It is important to know what questions you should be asking about kitchen cleaning! Here are the top five questions you should know and say. 1. Does your cleaning company have to be certified? Yes, you should only hire certified professional commercial […]Read More
Neglect is not an option when it comes to your kitchen exhaust. Regular care and maintenance is a must in order to prevent hazardous grease build-up that can potentially lead to a kitchen grease fire. Here are some expert steps on how you can clean your kitchen exhaust fan yourself. 1. Remove the Filter Make […]Read More
Wherever there is grease splatter, there is aggravation. It’s difficult to remove and will only continue to build up if left behind. Here are some expert tips on how to clean away grease from your kitchen stovetop, cabinets, backsplash and surrounding areas. Step 1 With so many degreasing cleaning products available, we are sure you […]Read More
Choosing the right commercial cleaning company for your kitchen can be a difficult decision, as you need to ensure the one you hire will do the job right. Here are ten simple questions to ask to help ensure you select the right company to hire. Question 1: How many years of experience do you have? […]Read More