Savannah Restaurant Hood Cleaning Service

Savannah Restaurant Hood Cleaning Service is an essential part of restaurant maintenance. Especially in Savannah Georgia, where people come from all over to visit the cities southern charm, but Savannah Georgia is also a Foodie Paradise with some of the best dining experiences the South has to offer. 

With the amount of tourists coming to the area, and as busy as these restaurants get, its more important then ever to have a sparkling clean and safe kitchen to work out of. No matter what type of kitchen you have, you can be sure that they are producing HEAT, STEAM, AND GREASE. Grease gets trapped in the exhaust fan, and if built up can cause a fire and potential injury to your customers and employees as well as damage or complete loss to your business. These Kitchen Exhaust Fans need to be cleaned on a regular 2, 4, 6, or 8 week cleaning schedule.  

Do not be fooled by other companies who are cheap. They only clean what can be seen, leaving the job incomplete. Very rarely do they go deeper into the exhaust fan and even onto the roof where the grease containment is. They might even pressure wash your filer right on your property leaving a mess and dirty run off water on your property. Cheaper does not always mean better. Superior Steam Inc, has been taking care of commercial kitchens in Hotels, Restaurants, Pubs and schools since 1994. As a matter of fact, some of your favorite stops on the Savannah Foodie Tour are our clients. We have developed a Filter Exchange Program which no other local company can offer. We are the local leader when it comes to a pressure washing service that specializes in restaurant hood cleaning. We serve Savannah, Pooler, Bluffton SC, and Hilton Head South Carolina for commercial kitchen exhaust hood cleaning. See our full service area here. 

What To Expect At Your Savannah Restaurant Hood Cleaning

  • On arrival all employees should be in uniform.
  • The lead technician should meet with the location manager and do a quick walk-through to explain the cleaning that will be preformed and look for problem areas.
  • Fan and system will go through a test run to ensure everything is running properly.
  • Kitchen will then be wrapped in plastic to protect appliances and equipment.
  • A plastic curtain will be placed around the hood, creating a funnel to capture any waste water and chemicals.
  • Dirty filters removed from hood.
  • Technician will go to the roof and shut down 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 ensure adequate ventilation.
  • The entire up-blast fan will then be cleaned including the fan blades, back of the fan blades, the air band (bowl) and the grease trap with a non-etching, degreasing foam. (Fan will be scraped if needed.)
  • Vertical duct work, horizontal duct work, plenum and filter gutter will then be cleaned with foaming degreaser and allowed to dwell.
  • 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. (per NFPA 96)
  • Plastic curtain will then be removed.
  • The inside and exterior of the hood will undergo one final hand cleaning and polish will be applied.
  • Grease Catchers will be thoroughly cleaned and re-install. Pre-cleaned, recycled filters, will then be put in the hood.
  • The entire kitchen will then be cleaned and organized to ensure that it looks as good as or better than when the service technicians arrived.
  • Service stickers will be added to the hood showing the date of service, company name, technician’s name and any areas not cleaned. (per NFPA 96)
  • System will be turned back on and allowed to run to expedite drying process.
  • A Post Service Report will be filled out noting any deficiencies and/or challenges.

Pictures of the entire system, including all duct work, fans, and hoods will be taken for company and customer review.

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