Cleaning a commercial restaurant kitchen exhaust hood is one of the most important parts of maintaining a safe, sanitary, and fire-free restaurant cooking environment. However, it’s also one of the most overlooked tasks with restaurants today. When a commercial kitchen exhaust hood is not cleaned, it can become clogged with grease, debris and quickly become a fire hazard.
In fact, the U.S. Fire Administration reports that there are an average of 15 kitchen fires per day in commercial kitchens across the country and many of these could have been prevented by regular kitchen hood cleaning services. NFPA 96 compliance is required by law for all commercial kitchens that use gas or electric stoves, grills, and other equipment to prepare food. More than half of all restaurant fires are caused by grease build-up on kitchen exhaust systems, which can spread flames quickly throughout the kitchen. Commercial kitchen hood cleaning is essential to prevent these fires from spreading and causing extensive property damage, staff or guest injuries.
In a recent interview about kitchen fire safety, James Bedal, one of the owners of Bare Metal Standard, a commercial kitchen exhaust cleaning company with offices in Phoenix Arizona, shared insight into the kitchen cleaning market. “Professional hood cleaning services in Phoenix, AZ are critical for commercial kitchens located in healthcare facilities, hotels, schools, and universities as well as restaurants, so that they can remain NFPA 96 compliant and avoid costly fines, unhealthy work environments, and reduce the risk of a kitchen fire”, states Mr. Bedal. “At Bare Metal Standard we provide complete commercial exhaust system cleaning services that include the Hood, Duct, and Fan. Our services are fast, effective, and thorough, ensuring that a business meets NFPA 96 standards while keeping everyone healthy inside the facility”.
Professional commercial kitchen exhaust system cleaning services allow restaurants, hospitals, grocery stores, universities, hotels, and employee kitchens in Phoenix to comply with NFPA 96 standards while maintaining an efficient cooking environment free of grease buildup. Businesses with commercial kitchens that adhere to The American National Fire Protection Association standards are protecting their business, employees, dining guests, and community.
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