Restaurant Hood Cleaning – Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning

Commercial Kitchen Hood Cleaning in Maryland, DC and Virginia

Lower the risk of fire in your restaurants kitchen by frequent removal of grease from the oven and grill hood exhaust.

 

Restaurant Cleaning in Virginia

All Clean Inc provides hood cleaning for restaurants throughout Maryland, Washington DC and Northern Virginia.

A restaurant has to meet higher air quality standards than regular building exhaust systems, because of the type of contaminated air produced by cooking food.

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 96 Standard requires your kitchen exhaust system be professionally cleaned as often as once a month and up to once per year depending on the volume of food cooked, the type of food served, and if you use propane, or natural gas.

A commercial kitchen ventilation (CKV) system should remove the excess heat and remove humidity, grease, particulates and other cooking by-products from the kitchen, and is also important for fire detection and suppression.

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All Clean Inc commercial cleaning for the Maryland, DC Northern Virginia area

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All Clean Inc of MD
322 W Patrick St  #201
Frederick, Maryland 21701

One Response to Restaurant Hood Cleaning – Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning

  1. John Ferrell 18/04/2017 at 4:54 pm #

    I didn’t know that air became contaminated when food was cooking. If I was going to a restaurant soon I would want to make sure that I wouldn’t get sick from contaminated air. I’ll need to ask a professional about the effects of having cleaner air.

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