Tuesday, 8 November 2011

Kitchen Extract Cleaning - The Leisure Industry Gets Hot On Fire Safety

Certified kitchen cleaning company, Ingot Services, helps managers of leisure complexes take control of fire prevention and life safety.

Whether it’s a golf club, football stadium, shopping centre or cinema complex, most leisure and entertainment venues are equipped with restaurants or cafe facilities – a potential fire hazard that needs to be kept under control.

Whilst a kitchen with clean surfaces may seem like a safe environment, the areas that cause the most danger are often out of sight.

Alan Maynard of Ingot Services, a nationwide commercial kitchen cleaning company, explains, “Greasy duct work is the cause of many commercial kitchen fires, something that has not gone unnoticed by insurance companies. Not only is regular kitchen extract cleaning required by law, but most insurers now insist that it has to be carried out by certified specialist cleaners as part of their fire risk assessment.”

With the various accreditations needed to comply with insurance policies, Ingot Services provides a range of deep kitchen cleaning services, specialising in the effective removal of grease for cleaner ducts and a reduced fire risk.

“We are contracted to work on some of the most famous venues in London,” says Alan, who has 25 years experience in the service industry. “Not necessarily to clean the kitchen, but to clean the extract system – an area where we are professionally trained, can meet strict regulations and most importantly, provide the company with a Certificate of Cleanliness, to prove that the work has been carried out by certified professionals.”
Commercial Kitchen Cleaning - give Ingot a call on 0800 7317892 for a free kitchen cleaning quote.

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