A commercial kitchen hood filter is installed in the ventilation system of a commercial kitchen, typically above the stove or cooking equipment. Its main function is to capture grease, smoke, and other particulates generated during cooking, and prevent them from accumulating in the kitchen and ductwork. There are several types of commercial kitchen hood filters, including baffle filters, mesh filters, and activated charcoal filters. They are typically made of aluminum or stainless steel and need to be cleaned or replaced regularly to ensure proper functioning.
Being among the network's largest cleaners of kitchen hoods, we take pride in our commitment to conducting thorough inspections prior to each service. This enables us to guarantee a comprehensive cleaning of your kitchen's vent hood and filter system.
We ensure that every area of your exhaust hood system is treated with equal attention, even those that are not easily visible. Our comprehensive approach covers not only the exterior of your exhaust hood, but also every nook and cranny of the interior and connecting ductwork.
We offer dependable commercial kitchen duct cleaning services to keep your kitchen running smoothly. Our tailored cleaning solutions are designed to meet your unique needs and we take great care to ensure that your kitchen's ductwork is thoroughly cleaned. Our commitment is to exceed your expectations and we are available to clean your ducts at your convenience.
By tirelessly eliminating unwanted particles from the air in your commercial kitchen, exhaust fans play a vital role in maintaining a clean, safe, and comfortable environment. To ensure optimal performance, it is important to establish and adhere to a routine cleaning schedule for your kitchen's exhaust fans.
To maintain optimal indoor air quality and ensure the smooth functioning of the fresh air unit, regular cleaning is necessary. This involves the thorough cleaning of the fresh air unit's compo- nents to remove any buildup of dirt, debris, or mold. By cleaning it, you can improve the air quality, reduce energy costs, and prolong the lifespan of the HVAC system.