Your Safe Guard Field Service Inspector will meet with your facility manager to complete an on-site photo inspection to explain the cleaning process and what to expect from the Safe Guard Commercial Services Team.
Your Commercial Kitchen Grease Exhaust Fan will go through a test run to make sure everything is working to code.
Safe Guard Commercial Services can change broken restaurant fan belts and recommend routine maintenance to keep your kitchen exhaust hood system functioning properly.
Kitchen exhaust hood system will then be wrapped in plastic to protect appliances and equipment. Safe Guard removes all restaurant grease filters and excessive grease build up in preparation for the rigorous cleaning process.
Technician will go to the roof and shut fan, they will check the fan belt and replace if necessary, they will listen to the bearings and motor for irregularities, they will also check airflow (draw) to make sure adequate ventilation.
The entire up-blast fan will then be cleaned including the fan blades, back of the fan blades, the air band (bowl).
Vertical duct work, horizontal duct work, plenum and filter gutter will then be cleaned with foaming de-greaser and allowed to dwell on kitchen exhaust hood system to cut grease.
Any remaining buildup in the system will be scraped or chiseled out.
Then the entire system will be steam cleaned to remove all grease, buildup and chemicals down to the bare metal.
After cleaning horizontal duct work, the access doors that have been opened should have a service sticker showing the date cleaned and the technician’s name Plastic curtain will then be removed.
The inside and exterior of the kitchen exhaust hood system will undergo one last hand cleaning and polish will be applied.
Filters and Grease Catchers will be thoroughly cleaned and re-installed.
The kitchen area we worked will then be cleaned and organized to make sure that it looks as good or better than when the service technicians arrived.Service stickers will be added to the kitchen exhaust hood system showing the date of service, company name, technician’s name and any areas not cleaned (per NFPA 96).
Kitchen exhaust fan system will be turned back on and allowed to run to speed up drying process.
A post service before and after photo inspection report will be filled in your customer database noting any deficiencies and/or challenges, which sits in the Safe Guard field service database, to be used as a reference for improving customer satisfaction and overall compliance with NFPA 96 Guidelines .
If you’re still not impressed, call SAFE GUARD today for a FREE Commercial Kitchen Exhaust System inspection by a professional qualified technician.
COO, Jason Hofstein