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Pye-Barker Kitchen Hood Cleaning
Keep your restaurant, staff and customers safe
A consistent hood cleaning routine is critical – and required – for your commercial kitchen’s safety. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) reports an annual average of 7,410 restaurant structure fires in the U.S., and failure to clean was cited in 22% of those cases.
The NFPA requires regular cleaning and inspection of hood systems. For high-volume kitchens, this could be as often as monthly or quarterly.
- Clean and inspect your kitchen hood system.
- Remove grease and combustible materials from hoods, ducts and vents.
- Install new hood systems or repair legacy systems.
- Inspect, and maintain your complete kitchen fire suppression system.