EXHAUST HOOD CLEANING
Commercial kitchen exhaust hood cleaning is needed by ALL restaurants, schools, hospitals, hotels, nursing homes, malls, airports, jails and every type of food serving entity. Cleanings are mostly done at night, 1-12 times a year depending on the type of cooking with prices ranging from $400-$600+ per cleaning, which can take about 3-4 hours. Profit margins on jobs are about 40%-60% which makes this kind of work extremely lucrative. NFPA Code 184.108.40.206 mandates that if upon inspection, the exhaust system is found to be contaminated with deposits from grease laden vapors, the contaminated portions of the exhaust system should be cleaned by properly trained, qualified and certified persons acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction. Thus, only a CERTIFIED and TRAINED professional can clean a commercial exhaust hood system. If there is a fire and the work was not done by a certified individual, the restaurant risks not getting paid their insurance claim. We will teach you the NFPA code, marketing, estimating, and how to bid school and public entity jobs, as well as cooking oil filtration and waste oil collection which are even more lucrative services offered to eating establishments.