Cleaning Services

Our UK Specialist Kitchen & Extraction Duct Deep Cleaning Service is designed for all aspects of commercial catering.  To comply with legal and insurance requirements, ventilation systems must be cleaned. The service is performed on a pre-specified basis to maximise the hygiene benefits and reduce service downtime. Our pre-arranged surveys are comprehensive and provide a detailed assessment of its fire risk condition.  They are also carried out free of charge.  The survey report will be accompanied by images with costings for providing a fully compliant service.

Our service is designed to assist the daily cleaning activity and to deep clean all the areas identified in our comprehensive survey. There are many areas of a Commercial Kitchen which, in day to day operation, tend to be missed by even the strictest of daily cleaning regimes. Our Deep Cleaning Service addresses these areas, including:

  • Structural cleaning,
  • Cooking Equipment cleaning,
  • Extraction cleaning,
  • Canopy & Filter cleaning and Ductwork cleaning.

Most importantly, our Deep Cleaning Service can also assist in providing evidence of a caterer’s due diligence to Environmental Health & Insurance.

Once we are given the instructions to carry out the Deep Clean we will discuss with you the best time and day for this to be done. Our National Help Desk will then schedule your work and the information will be retained for future anniversary cleans. The ductwork, canopy and kitchen (depending on your specification), will be degreased and surfaces cleaned with a food grade safe anti-microbial solution to leave the surfaces not only looking clean but hygienically clean.

All of our cleaning is undertaken to TR19 standards as detailed by the B&ES (Formally HVCA) so you know that we have worked to a defined universal standard. We will take before and after photographs to form part of our report which will follow your clean to show clearly the improvement and work carried out. This report will form part of your due diligence paperwork and will be supported by a certificate that can be shown to Fire Inspectors and Insurers that compliance requirements for the extract system have been fulfilled.