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Kitchen Extract Cleaning
Maintaining a safe & efficient system
Kitchen extract systems are hazardous due to the potential for the build-up of grease, enhancing the risk of fire. Flames and a high temperature within the ducts may ignite the grease, which can result in the rapid spread of fire. Our specialist team conduct regular cleaning and inspections of extract systems ensuring that the risk is significantly reduced. Integrated Compliance Services can help you maintain your kitchen ventilation system in line with current legislation and guidelines.
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Kitchen Cleaning Service
ICS offer a full extraction system clean as specified in the Section 7 TR/19. Our main aim is to highlight issues that maybe found on site and ensure that our clients are fully aware of the implications of what is vital to preserve your kitchen extract system safely.
All sites that we manage are recorded through data capturing and evidenced with before and after pictures of works undertaken on site. This provides clients with a tangible document to use when dealing with insurers.
Our staff are qualified to the highest standards, providing a professional service. We strive to maintain regular contact, reviews, quality audits and a Service Level Agreement with all of our clients ensuring that we deliver the best in class, customer service experience.
On completion of works, we provide a written and photographic report, listing evidence that the fire risk has been dealt with. This report complies with current legislation and can also be used to show insurers that the terms of the fire insurance policy are being upheld appropriately.
We offer our clients the following services:
- Full kitchen canopy clean
- Removal & Clean of all filters
- Replace & fit filters
- Clean all associated ductwork (where accessible)
- Remove & clean system fan
- Access door installation (where required)
- Provide full report on site
- Provide Certification (Safety & Insurance Purposes)
- Aim to provide peace of mind the whole year round
Do I need to keep records of testing and should I label any appliances tested?
There is no legal requirement to label equipment that has been inspected or tested, nor is there a requirement to keep records of these activities. However, a record and / or labelling can be a useful management tool for monitoring and reviewing the effectiveness of the maintenance scheme – and to demonstrate that a scheme exists.find out more