When you call for our Buffalo Hood Cleaning (M&N Hood Cleaning Services Inc.) we always provide you with a free estimate and the best estimate and something you will be happy with, We have found most companies charge high rates and then they do not perform the job the proper way of which then if you ever have an inspection you have the potential to fail your inspection along with having your restaurant potentially shutdown till your rectify the issue, The main problem is that with most companies they will come in and clean your hood and the outside of the filters and neglect behind the filters and your exhaust duct and fan of which is one of the main causes of restaurant fires in the United States.
With Buffalo Hood Cleaning ( M&N Hood Cleaning Services Inc.) we always perform the job properly starting with breaking everything down and putting plastic around your hood system to contain the water and then spraying down your hood system and behind the filters with a chemical that will eat away all that grease and grime and then we go up on the roof or to where your exhaust fan and duct would be and we spray that down with the same chemical that eats away at the grease and grime, then we use a duct spinner and hot heated water to clean your duct completely the right way the first time so that when the fire inspectors come out and do your yearly inspection you will pass and your restaurant will always remain open.
So with this being said the next time you choose a company to perform your Buffalo Hood Cleaning please think of (M&N Hood Cleaning Services Inc) and use a company that thinks completely about all of our customers safety and all the guest who visit your restaurant too.
So don't be shy give Buffalo Hood Cleaning (M&N Hood Cleaning Services Inc.) a call today! 716-249-0850
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STANDARDS FOR THE NFPA 96 FIRE CODES The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) is the governing body providing the minimum codes of standards for the kitchen exhaust cleaning industry via the NFPA 96: Standard for Ventilation Control and Fire Protection of Commercial Cooking Operations. NFPA 96 reflects industry best practices that maximize protection of operators, building occupants, and property for reducing fire risks in public and private commercial kitchens. The 2011 NFPA 96 is the current code providing clarification on requirements for certifying technicians to ensure that equipment is maintained by qualified providers. Today more than ever exhaust hood cleaners require quality methods for maintaining grease-free exhaust systems to keep facilities protected from grease fires. Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning Frequency Requirements: 1. Hoods over non-grease appliances – 1 year cleaning requirement.
2. Pizza restaurants and oven hoods – 2 Times per year or every 180 days cleaning requirement.
3. Average restaurants, cafeterias and hotel or hospital kitchens – 4 Times per year or every 90 days cleaning requirement.
4. Hamburger and fast food restaurants, wood-burning or charcoal-burning stoves, restaurants open 24 hours – Monthly or every 30 days cleaning requirement.