Cooking in commercial kitchens generates airborne grease, carbon and steam, which can condense on the inner walls of kitchen ventilation duct work. If regular cleaning of the ventilation system is not performed these deposits build up, reducing airflow, creating foul odours and creating a significant fire hazard
The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 stipulates that by law the person responsible for the business premise must carry out a fire risk assessment and implement and maintain a fire management plan. Putting in place regular kitchen duct and ventilation cleaning will help to satisfy this law and remove the most common cause of fires within the kitchen. In addition, Cleancom Specialist Hygiene will complete a free of charge risk assessment on any ventilation system covered by our duct cleaning contract.
The Building & Engineering Services Association (B&ES) TR/19 Standards provide recommendations on service intervals for kitchen duct cleaning. Many insurance companies are now stipulating that an accredited company must carry out ventilation cleaning in order to validate insurance policies.
Cleancom"s specialist cleaning process enables us to meticulously and efficiently clean all of your ventilation system, ensuring a clean and safe environment is maintained. The process removes grease and carbon deposits from your duct work, without compromising your hardware or the food in your kitchen.
We carry out our service at times convenient to you helping to achieve minimal disruption to your business. Where access is limited we are able to install access panels to ensure that thorough ventilation cleaning is completed.
We will provide your business with a full service report and a fire safety certificate that provides evidence that the appropriate steps have been taken to minimise the fire risks associated with extract ventilation systems.