Thorough Vent Hood Cleaning for a Safe Kitchen
Part of maintaining a safe and comfortable commercial kitchen is making sure your equipment and surfaces stay clean. Besides sanitary needs, a clean kitchen also minimizes the chance of fires breaking out from grease, clutter, and other flammable materials. Your kitchen staff surely scrubs down the range, prep stations, and other surfaces to keep them free of germs and stains, and the floors get swept and mopped regularly so that dinner rush messes don’t linger on the tiles overnight. However, your vent hoods are exposed continuously to grease, and over time, can accumulate and pose a serious fire risk. American Fire Shield will help you maintain a safe kitchen with vent hood cleaning for businesses throughout Georgia. All commercial kitchens require vent hood cleaning a minimum of twice a year to prevent cooking grease from building up in the system. Our team has spent years performing this service for restaurants, schools, hotels, and many other businesses that prepare food in a professional setting. We make sure to clean your vent hood thoroughly because we understand that grease can be a major fire hazard.
Clients in Various Industries
American Fire Shield has worked with businesses of various types that depend on a clean kitchen to feed their customers, visitors, students, staff, and residents. Some common industries of our clients include the following:
- Restaurants – The constant cooking at a restaurant can hasten the buildup of cooking grease in the vent hoods, and their business depends on a safe and fully-operational kitchen for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
- Hotels – Hungry guests in rooms and banquet halls depend on the hotel kitchen for room service and catering. They might get calls at any time, so the kitchen must be ready to prepare a single meal or a buffet for 300 people.
- Schools – School breakfasts and lunches are essential for the health and happiness of students and faculty. The kitchen staff relies on cooking appliances and ventilation systems throughout the school day to feed hundreds of mouths.
- Prisons – Inmates and guards have to eat three square meals a day, which puts the prison kitchen to work, using the stoves to prepare food for countless diners.
- Airports – The rush of arrivals and departures circulates hungry travelers and airport staff from around the globe trying to grab a meal before their connecting flights, which depend on the restaurants and cafeterias in the airport.
- Hospitals – Patients, medical staff, and custodians alike need to eat while they’re at a hospital, and the cafeterias must produce meals at all times of the day and night.
Serving Businesses of All Types in Georgia
Reach out to the team at American Fire Shield to keep your hood vents clean and safe. We’re available to help clients throughout the state.