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Certifiably clean HVAC, kitchen extraction, and LEV systems for improved air quality

High levels of dirt, dust, grease, and particulates can build up inside any commercial and industrial ventilation, extraction, and LEV systems, causing hygiene, health, and fire hazards. So regular cleaning and servicing are essential to your employee’s health and safety.

Using specialist equipment, expert ventilation cleaning will reach deep inside industrial air ducts, vents, extraction systems, and their parts to clear all built-up dirt, dust, grease, lint deposits, and pollutants. And with regular servicing, they’ll stay that way, improving air quality and efficiency, and complying with legal health and safety requirements.

Why ventilation cleaning is so important

Ventilation and duct cleaning is crucial to maintaining a healthy and safe working environment. Over time, commercial and industrial heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems and local exhaust ventilation (LEV) systems can gather a build-up of dust, lint, allergens, mould spores, and pollutants. If left, the build-up can significantly impact indoor air quality, which could lead to health issues.

Getting your ventilation systems cleaned and serviced at regular intervals helps remove these accumulated particles, preventing them from circulating inside your workplace, and minimising the potential for respiratory issues, allergies, and other health problems for employees. Not only that, a clean and clear system will increase airflow, reduce strain on equipment, reduce the risk of fires, and make the whole system more efficient and effective.

It’s important to note that general workplace ventilation is also a legal requirement. Regulation 6 of the Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992 says:

“Effective and suitable provision shall be made to ensure that every enclosed workplace is ventilated by a sufficient quantity of fresh or purified air” and that “ventilation systems (including air-conditioning systems) should be regularly and adequately cleaned, properly tested, and maintained.”

Kitchen extraction cleaning

Commercial kitchen extraction system cleaning is also vital for many of the same reasons. These systems, including hoods, canopies, filters, vents, motors, and ductwork, remove grease, smoke, and other airborne contaminants generated during cooking.

Alongside a deep clean kitchen service, cleaning these systems regularly is essential to ensure the safety of the kitchen environment and reduce the risk of grease build-up, which can lead to fire hazards.

If there are no access panels in your system, it’s a good indication that it’s never been cleaned professionally. We can supply and fit access panels to your system that allow proper access for a full system clean to fulfil the BESA TR19 standard and help you stay compliant. This standard also indicates a recommended frequency of cleaning depending on the number of hours per day the kitchen is operational and what type of food is being cooked.

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Ventilation cleaning and servicing specialists

By investing in specialist ventilation and air conditioning duct cleaning and kitchen extraction cleaning from Prestige Professional, we can help you stay legally compliant and safe, so you and your employees can enjoy improved comfort, cleaner air, and a healthier working environment.

Our team of trained and qualified technicians will inspect the level of build-up in your system to give you a risk assessment and recommend the level of cleaning required. Then, using specialist rotary brush equipment, push/pull vacuum cleaners, and high-efficiency particulate filters, we can remove any build-up during our visit, issuing a post-clean report and photo evidence, leaving your premises fully compliant and certifiably clean.

And as part of any maintenance package, we can schedule a regular 12 or 24-month service for any ventilation cleaning together with fan replacements, system upgrades, and full system renewals.

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  • Factories and warehouses
  • Processing plants and spray shops
  • Hospitals and residential homes
  • Schools and offices
  • Bakeries and breweries
  • Commercial kitchens
  • Microbes and pathogens
  • Dust, lint, and particulates
  • Rodent and insects debris
  • Grease and carbon deposits
  • Health & Safety at Work Act 1974
  • The Workplace (Health, Safety & Welfare) Regulations 1992
  • The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005
  • BESA TR19 – Internal Cleanliness of Ventilation Systems

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    Ventilation cleaning FAQs

    Is ventilation cleaning important? Down Arrow

    Yes. Keeping and maintaining a clean and clear ventilation or air conditioning system is legally required to improve airflow and air quality.

    What is duct cleaning? Down Arrow

    This is the process of clearing and cleaning dirt, dust, and lint from the ductwork of any installed ventilation or air conditioning systems and any ancillary grills, fans, and motors.

    How much does air duct cleaning cost? Down Arrow

    Costs will depend on several factors. We’ll look at the type and style of the system, as well as the length of ductwork, determine the type of cleaning required, and any other factors to give you a full breakdown and a final cost

    Why should you clean a commercial kitchen? Down Arrow

    Commercial kitchen cleaning is essential for employee and customer health and safety and food safety. Daily cleaning and regular deep cleaning increases your kitchen’s hygiene, reducing the spread of bacteria and food-borne bacteria and keeping you compliant with health regulations.

    How often should you clean a commercial kitchen? Down Arrow

    Every commercial kitchen should be professionally deep cleaned every six months by law to maintain hygiene levels. This will ensure your kitchen stays clean and compliant with strict fire, health, and safety regulations.

    What is TR19? Down Arrow

    TR19 regulations are an industry standard published by the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA), providing guidance on cleanliness and hygiene levels of commercial kitchen extraction systems to reduce the risk of fire.

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