As grease builds up during cooking, it travels through your restaurant kitchen exhaust hood, the vent hood filters, and into the duct work that goes to the exhaust fan on your roof. Kitchen grease is highly flammable, and can ignite with a single spark. Exhaust system fires can cause extensive damage to the kitchen and can spread to the roof and surrounding areas within seconds. Protect your kitchen, building, and personnel by keeping your restaurant kitchen exhaust system clean and well maintained.
The team at Arizona Vent Works are trained and certified technicians. They know how to ensure your restaurant kitchen exhaust system is in full compliance with local and national regulations. And unlike many "restaurant hood cleaners" they don't only clean what you see. Unseen components in the duct work, fan and even roof can also build up grease and require thorough cleaning. This ensures the job is done right, the first time.
Arizona Vent Works uses specialized equipment and products to ensure that we completely remove all grease from your restaurant kitchen exhaust hood. Our team members are certified grease cleaning professionals. We are the #1 choice for removing grease from restaurant kitchen exhaust hoods in Phoenix.
Never worry about a rooftop covered in grease ever again. Saving you money on roof clean-up costs is part of our process! All systems we install are extremely versatile and easily adaptable to various exhaust fans.
Make your exhaust fans easily accessible. Our exhaust fan hinge kits allow your fan covers to be lifted back & supported during cleanings & inspections.
Make sure your ducts can be thoroughly inspected & cleaned. We'll install duct access doors strategically throughout the length of your duct system. Our duct access doors are available in galvanized or stainless steel & feature grease & fire tight seals.
Keep flare-ups from entering your ducts. These filters are available in stainless steel or galvanized steel construction. The properties of the filters make them highly efficient flame arresters. Flames cannot follow the air flow pattern through the filter.