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Restaurant Kitchen Exhaust Hood Cleaning is not simply pressure washing like most people think, but fire prevention. Cooking always gives off grease laden vapors that get pulled up by the exhaust hood system in a restaurant kitchen and the fan pulls these flammable grease vapors right out of the kitchen. If that exhaust system is not cleaned regularly by a trained, qualified and certified entity, the restaurant would catch on fire...and it's not if it will catch on fire, but when! Fire marshals, insurance companies that insure restaurants and restaurant owners throughout the United States and Canada abide by NFPA Code 96 standards for how to clean commercial kitchen exhaust hood systems. Unfortunately, not anyone can clean a Restaurant Kitchen Exhaust Hood system. Can anyone clean and inspect their hood system? Restaurant owners can't even clean it. It must be done according to NFPA Code 96 standards which specify that it must be done by a trained, qualified and certified person acceptable to the authority having jurisdiction.
Who enforces Restaurant Kitchen Exhaust Hood Cleaning?
Restaurant Kitchen Exhaust Hood Cleaning is enforced by fire inspectors and fire marshals from a city and state levels. But it's also enforced by restaurant owners, and the property managers that have restaurants as tenants. They will all require to see the Certificate or Performance and the paper work and job service report that the work was done to NFPA code.