|GREASE DUCT CLEANING WORTHING
All kitchen grease extraction systems require a regular deep
clean of the whole system to ensure the business owner is
compliant with health and safety, fire risk and insurance
regulations. Deep cleaning of the extraction system should also
be maintained to ensure a safe and effective ventilation of smoke
and unpleasant odours from the kitchen area.
Often after only a couple of months the accumulation of grease
particles within the ductwork can lead to a reduction in efficiency
of the whole extract system.
This can lead to an unpleasant, hot and humid working
environment due to the lack of ventilation and air circulation.
Eventually the build up of grease within the ducting will increase
to the point that the extractor fan is struggling to turn under
stress from the grease build up, causing the whole extraction
system to shut down. Many kitchens have 'gas-interlock'
systems installed monitoring air and gas flow levels within the
ducting and canopy. If your extraction system does shut down
then your gas supply will be isolated until your canopy, extractor
fan and ductwork is cleaned; allowing a correct level of air to
pass through the extraction system again.
Duct Cleaning UK can clean any kitchen ducting, chimney,
canopy, canopy filter, vent and extractor fan. Whilst on site we
can fit any size or shape of access door into the duct to ensure a
thorough and hygienic clean. We clean extraction systems 24
hours a day, 365 days of the year and there is no extra charge
for an overnight or weekend clean. We offer a free fixed priced
quotation with no extra costs and in the majority of cases we can
provide you with an instant quotation over the phone or by
email. A discount is always given to our regular clients for
repeat cleaning of their kitchen ducting, over 90% of our clients
have chosen to use our services year upon year and much of
our work is sourced from clients recommending us.
For a swift, fixed price
quotation for any of the
services we offer; email
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