What makes a great hood cleaning company? We asked over 400 clients what they would expect from Patriot Hood Cleaning that they weren’t getting from their previous hood cleaners. We think you might expect the same.
Seems simple and you deserve it. We purposely schedule to have plenty of time to handle ‘surprises’. Patriot uses scheduling software with advanced algorithms to guarantee that it’s completely possible to plan arrivals that meet your needs.
Get in. Do the cleaning. Get out. We get it. What we do for you is important. But it’s also important to get the exhaust system and hood clean and then disappear so that you can get back to work. Or to bed (if we’re doing a late night cleaning for you).
You want us to use something that won’t poison the environment. Or your employees. Or your patrons. We use environmentally sound nano cleaning technology. And a lot of hot water! Harsh chemicals are pretty unsafe. Even our environmentally stable nano cleaning technology is pretty strong stuff. But it’s not harmful. And we do a great job of keeping it contained while we use it.
We’ve seen it all. The guys that never go up on the roof. Or the guys that go on the roof, spray down and go home. Yech! You need to know that your system is clean. You need to know that you’re fire safe. You need to know that you’re going to pass a rigorous inspection. Done. Done. And DONE. Patriot Hood Cleaning gets methodical about every cleaning. Our teams do everything necessary to step through each process required to give you a truly clean kitchen exhaust system. Nobody in Texas will do more thorough work for you.
Not cheap pricing. Fair pricing. We work hard to do better work for you. You might want to shave a buck or two off your costs, but quality work costs a few cents more. So we try to be as reasonable as possible. We hope you want a long-term relationship with someone that cares about your business. That’s why we’re here.
What? We were surprised how many times this comes up with our clients. But we get it. When you’re a restauranteur, you’re not just in it for the money. But you have a passion for what you serve. We want to support that! So we dine where we work. But not just that. We also recommend our clients restaurants. We even have a program where we do online reviews for you. We do Google Reviews. We do Yelp Reviews. We write review article blog posts too. All for restaurants in Texas that we serve. We support your dreams and profits.
PATRIOT HOOD CLEANING is more than just a business that cleans kitchen hood systems. We can really dive into your business and leave it looking brand-spanking new. We can also offer pressure wash steam cleaning, preventative maintenance for exhaust fans, filter replacement, exhaust fan hinges, and rooftop grease containment. Though exhaust hood cleaning is our expertise, we want to help out business owners as much as possible.
We can help you make your kitchen shine like new. You’ll impress customers, managers, and inspectors immediately with a sparkling kitchen area.
If you’re interested in any kitchen cleaning services ANYWHERE in the DFW Area, please give us a call at (214) 609-1149. We will schedule a time that is convenient for you.
Oh c’mon, you’re asking us to brag? OK, if you insist. PATRIOT HOOD CLEANING has its name for a reason. By choosing PATRIOT HOOD CLEANING, you’ll be getting the best kitchen equipment cleaning service in Texas. We outshine the competition by performing a thorough inspection of your kitchen hood system and educating you every step of the way.
Grease fires are one of the most common types of fires among restaurants because let’s be honest, time gets away from us and it’s easy to overlook the dangers of grease build up. Our technicians are certified kitchen exhaust system cleaners and are knowledgeable. They can inspect the unseen areas of your kitchen exhaust system and determine what could be a fire hazard. We will educate you of this and explain preventative measures to take in the future. Then we will address the situation.
We know that commercial kitchens cannot afford to mess up and that’s why we take our work very seriously. We will inspect and clean your entire system in accordance with NFPA Standard-96 and kitchen hood system health department regulations. We will evaluate every last inch of your system thoroughly, including the exhaust fan on the roof and all the duct work in between. You can count on us to offer a solution for your commercial kitchen needs.
And by the way, we won’t show up to your business looking like dirtballs. We’ll always maintain a professional appearance and attitude. We will treat you, your employees, customers, and property with respect.
How do you know when it’s time to get the restaurant hood cleaning serviced or checked out?
Most standards require that a commercial kitchen has their hood system cleaned and maintained on a regular basis. However, each kitchen is different. If you’re considering a cleaning or you’re sitting there wondering if your kitchen needs a cleaning, we’ve got some tips for you. Here are just a few signs that your kitchen exhaust system is due for a cleaning and/or check-up:
While some of these symptoms may seem minor, they can be the warning signs of a grease fire or other potential hazards. Grease on a rooftop will quickly deteriorate a roof. You may have leaks and a caving in the roof before you even realize what happened. Not only does grease build-up present the risk of fire or building corrosion, but it also attracts unwanted pests and odors. That’s why its so important to have your commercial kitchen exhaust system regularly cleaned and maintained by professionals. One of the professional hood companies we have teamed up with is El Paso Hood Cleaning.
Fire marshals, insurance companies and health inspectors have commercial kitchen cleaning & restaurant hood cleaning service requirements. As a general rule, restaurant managers should have a professional kitchen cleaning service come in every 90 days. However, every restaurant is different, and if you’re looking for an accurate commercial kitchen cleaning schedule requirement, consult your insurance company or your local board of health.