Monday, 20 February 2012

River Cottage Kitchen Fire Disaster

A cookery school at Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall's River Cottage, has been completely destroyed by a fire break out.

Although investigations are underway to prove exactly what caused the fire, the incident is a stark reminder to all businesses to take maximum precautions in fire prevention.

Managing Director of Ingot Services, Alan Maynard explains: "A busy kitchen
whether a restaurant, care home, college or in this case a cookery school,can be extremely susceptible to a number of hazards including fire."

"It is about making sure all preventable steps have been taken - narrowing down the possible causes of fire," he continues.

Ingot Services provides regular kitchen 'deep cleaning,' eliminating grime and bacteria from visible surfaces as well as removing dangerous grease build-up from inside air extraction units - often a cause of devastating fires.

"When a fire destroys a building, a business can struggle to rebuild. Our cleaning services provide the owner with a certification as proof of cleaning which are these days a pre-requisite for insurance which is essential to getting up and running again," concludes Alan.

For more information on Ingot Services specialist kitchen cleaning services which include kitchen deep cleaning, kitchen extract cleaning and duct work cleaning visit or call us free on 0800 731 7892

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