National Hood Cleaning Service
Each year, eating and drinking establishments report 8,160 structure fires resulting in an average of 3 civilian deaths, 100 civilian fire injuries, and $229 million in direct property damage.* Half of the reported fires originate in the cooking area, which can then explode into the exhaust system. Keeping a grease-free and fire-safe kitchen exhaust system through professional hood cleaning can protect restaurants from fire damage.
Consistent kitchen exhaust cleaning and maintenance ensures a kitchen exhaust system that works at peak performance and provides a secure cooking environment that's cleaner, cooler and more productive for the staff.
For over twenty years, Facilitec USA has built a reputation for providing its customers fire-safe kitchen exhaust hood systems. We clearly understand the importance of a properly maintained kitchen exhaust system and what it means to your business to receive affordable and reliable hood cleaning service. We also make sure you are always in compliance with the latest industry regulations. Facilitec USA is a certified member in excellent standing with the International Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning Association and is Phil Ackland Certified, meaning you get kitchen exhaust cleaning services done correctly and safely.
The Facilitec USA recipe for success combines three key ingredients: state-of-the-art cleaning equipment, proprietary formula of safe and effective chemicals and proven kitchen exhaust cleaning techniques. This ensures that your entire kitchen exhaust system is thoroughly cleaned top to bottom, including:
In order to give you the best service possible, all Facilitec USA service associates participate in a comprehensive training program. Our training focuses on ensuring the work is done in the safest and most detailed way possible. A qualified Facilitec USA supervisor oversees each project, inspecting the entire cleaning effort for quality and completeness.
We provide highly skilled hood cleaning with minimal disruption to your business.
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* U.S. Fire Administration’s (USFA) National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS) and the National Fire Protection Association’s (NFPA) annual fire department experience survey. Study results cover the annual average for 2004-2008.
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