Local company DeepClean Hygiene Solutions Ltd, based in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, are helping restaurants, hotels and canteens, stay safe by minimising the fire risk from the build-up of grease in extraction systems.
New updated regulatory advice from the Building and Engineering Services Association (B&ES) means that commercial kitchens have an even greater responsibility to keep their extraction systems maintained with a thorough cleaning programme. DeepClean Hygiene Solutions Limited are specialists in this area and help businesses across the region reduce the fire risk that grease build-up poses in kitchens.
The Fire and Rescue Services have stated recently that ‘70% of fires in commercial kitchens originate in dirty or contaminated ventilation due to fat and grease build up.’ In-turn the B&ES have tightened their guidelines on cleaning regimes based on low, medium and high risk kitchens and now insurance companies are requesting evidence showing a regular cleaning regime, before issuing building insurance policies.
DeepClean Hygiene Solutions were established in 1997, delivering a trusted service that local business want, helping them stay-safe and keep up-to-date with industry regulations. Tony Waghorn, Managing Director at DeepClean Hygiene Solutions Ltd “We have an important role to play in the safety of commercial kitchens, one which we take very seriously. From the initial site survey, right the way through to the highly experienced cleaning technician’s, our teams are highly trained and accredited.” He adds “We are delighted to announce our plans for expansion, which also includes recruiting more staff. We take pride in the fact that our service help save lives by reducing the risk of fire”.
For more information about the new regulatory standards set by B&ES, please contact the Technical Team at DeepClean Hygiene Solutions on 01527 55988001527 559880Â , email firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively visit http://www.deepclean-hygiene.co.uk.