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Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning
of all homes have leaky ducts
of your heated and cool air leaks out of your ducts
Annual savings of anywhere from
$300 - $1,000
annually per system when you Aeroseal your ducts
is wasted every year in the USA
of every $1 you spend is on wasted energy
what & why kitchen exhaust cleaning?
It is the process of removing grease that has accumulated inside the ducts, hood, fans, and vents of the exhaust system. Left uncleaned kitchen exhaust systems can accumulate enough grease to become a fire hazard.
how often should the kitchen exhaust be cleaned?
According to the International Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning Association, routine commercial exhaust cleanings vary based on the following:
our Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning process
First, the exhaust fan is turned off.
The filters are removed and cleaned using a degreaser solution as well as power washed.
The exterior and interior of the exhaust hood is cleaned and hand wiped with a degreaser solution.
Next, the exhaust fan is cleaned using a degreaser solution and is pressure washed.
At the exterior where the exhaust exits, a magnetic scraper is used to remove grease as the remnants are caught by a basin.
If the exhaust fan belt is damaged or non-operational, it will be replaced and the motor will be greased.
Finally, filters are reinstalled and the internal and external hood is wiped down with stainless steel polish.
what are the risks in not properly cleaning a kitchen exhaust system?
Advanced Air Duct Cleaning has answers
Grease and particulate build up in the exhaust system is a fire hazard as well as impacts the efficiency and longevity of the equipment. According to the National Fire and Protection Association, the majority of restaurant fires are caused on the cooking appliance and flare into the exhaust system. If it is not properly cleaned, there runs a much higher risk for a significant fire following the flare.