Triple B Cleaning, Inc. is one of only a few vent-a-hood exhaust cleaning companies in the United States that has been certified to clean vent-a-hoods by both the International Kitchen Exhaust Association IKECA© and the Power Washing of North America PWNA™. There certifications verify Triple B Cleaning, Inc. has been tested and approved on NFPA® 96 requirements and OSHA® standards as they relate to the cleaning and maintenance of kitchen exhaust systems.
Our company is a proud member of the IKECA©. They are the nationally recognized leader in certification. They offer continuing education to insure that the best and highest standards are kept. Each of our technicians goes through vigorous training so that they thoroughly understand how each system operates and how to maintain them so there are no interruptions in your kitchen operation.
They are continuously updating our technicians with the latest development in numerous areas like green cleaning, energy saving devices, better maintenance practices and other safety related topics. It is costly but it’s the right way. Being a member means you have liability insurances, workers compensation insurance, commercial vehicle insurance and you have passed their certification exam.
Is your current kitchen exhaust cleaner certified?
“My kitchen exhaust cleaner is certified – or they wouldn’t be in business.” Wrong. There are many uncertified companies out there. We run into them every day. Just because some company has been cleaning your exhaust system for years doesn’t mean that they are certified. Anyone can attempt to clean a system. Health department inspectors typically only look for dirty canopies and easily visible conditions where grease from the filters and canopies can drip onto food that is being prepared. These personnel very rarely look behind the filters or get on the roof to inspect for excessive grease buildup. This is where the real danger is.
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