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Largo Hood Cleaning

As an owner or manager in charge of a Largo kitchen, you understand how important it is that every piece of equipment is in good working order. Among these vital necessities is a clean and well-functioning exhaust hood. Regular cleanings don’t just keep your kitchen cleaner; they also keep you in compliance with fire codes like NFPA-96.

For over twenty years, we’ve been providing expert service to establishments like yours in Largo and the surrounding areas. We are passionate about what we do and work hard to keep your kitchen in the condition you deserve and expect.

Signs That Your Exhaust Hood Is Due for Cleaning

Most insurers and other experts recommend that exhaust hoods be cleaned at regular intervals. The average is four times a year; however, other circumstances may require more or less frequent cleaning.

If you aren’t sure whether you are due for a cleaning, check for the following signs:

  • excessive noise from your fan.
  • visible grease and grime on the hood.
  • greasy smells emanating from the hood.
  • oil stains on the ceiling around your cooking areas.
  • a hood that can’t be scrubbed clean during your normal cleaning process.

If any of these are true or if you can’t remember when you had your hood cleaned last, call for an appointment today.

Our process starts with a free, no-obligation inspection and estimate, so there is no risk to you.

What Hood Cleaning Involves

After an inspection and estimate, the next stage involves a thorough cleaning of your exhaust hood assembly. We remove oil vapor residue from the hood, ducts, cups, fan and filters. Because oil and grime are adhered to surfaces by heat, special procedures are necessary for safe and thorough removal.

We stand behind our work with a satisfaction guarantee. Our trained and caring technicians are not happy with the job unless you are happy, too.

Is your exhaust hood due for cleaning? Call today. We’ll come over for an inspection and estimate and let you know what you need to do to get back on track.