For the new year, many of us want a fresh, clean slate. This may or may not involve setting new goals, making lifestyle changes, and letting some things go from our past. New year, new us – right? You know the drill by now.
And if you own a commercial restaurant, you know that it’s important for you to do some cleaning up with this too. It might be time for you to get rid of some old menu items that are no longer selling, maybe do a little renovation inside your restaurant, add some new landscaping outside of your restaurant, and so on and so forth. Another thing you should consider doing? Ensuring your commercial kitchen’s flue is nice and clean.
A clean kitchen flue in your restaurant’s kitchen signifies a fresh, clean start. Not only is it nice knowing that you have a flue system that isn’t filled with a bunch of munk and gunk, but you can also rest assured that things will be safer when your employees cook in your commercial kitchen.
After all, one of the number one rules of running a commercial kitchen is ensuring exhaust gases and other debris are properly eliminated from your building, that is, if you have a piece of equipment in your kitchen that you use that would require such, such as a stove. Playing it safe is always key. The last thing you would want is to trigger an asthma attack in one of your workers, cause smelly air to surface in your kitchen, or unknowingly ignite a flash fire in your commercial kitchen, which can all potentially occur if you let your kitchen flue stay filthy for too long.
Every restaurant with a flue will require flue cleaning at some point in time. And if you aren’t sure if now or later is the right time to get that flue cleaned, sometimes it’s better to get it done sooner than later. Now might be the right time to bite the bullet and call out a professional restaurant kitchen flue cleaner to get the job done. Flue Steam, Inc. in Ventura, CA would be more than happy to take on that job!
You can get in touch with Flue Steam, Inc. as soon as possible at 800-700-FLUE to schedule an appointment.