A dirty exhaust could shut you down. No joke. Fire Marshals and Health Inspectors don’t kid around. They are your judge and jury.
The National Fire Protection Agency recommends exhaust cleaning at least four times a year, or as your volume dictates. It’s not only vital to maintaining public safety by preventing fires … read more.
Fire Prevention – Exhaust System Cleaning
Fire. It’s the number one danger in a restaurant kitchen.
According to FEMA, about 5,600 restaurant fires burn each year in the USA. Sixteen every day.
With way more than $100,000,000.00 in annual property damage … read more.
What do potential customers see when they first drive up to your restaurant?
A grimy exterior? A skanky parking lot? Take a hard look outside.
If you answer “Yes,” should we ask if your business is going south?
Yet it’s SO EASY to make folks feel welcome they moment they see your sign … read more.
There’s a weird contradiction about carpets.
First, they’re the worst possible flooring for restaurants. But … if you’re anything other than fast food, you pretty much have to have them.
Even the durable high-traffic carpeting in most restaurants has problems.
They change from fresh to dirty real fast … yet at the same time, the visible changes are so gradual that it’s hard to notice the dirt creeping in … read more.
Tile & Grout Cleaning
Tile used to be old school.
But there’s a lot still around – and it’s coming back big time. Floors and walls.
Trouble is, grout catches grime and grease all day. Packs it in there.
The everyday cleaning you do helps a bit. So after some weeks, while those tiles may still look okay … read more.
New Flooring & Installation
Every restaurant is tough on floors.
Kitchens, bars and entryways especially.
Flooring gets old. Fashions change. Vinyl gave way to carpet, which gave way to laminate, which gave way to wood, which is giving way to durable, wood-look porcelain.
So what do you do when it’s time to change? Hit up the “wholesalers”? … the bait-and-switch TV advertisers? … the expensive specialty flooring chains? … read more.
Kitchens are trash magnets.
Yes, they start out shiny. But the moment they start being used …
There’s water on the floor. Food scraps at your feet. Grease everywhere.
No matter how meticulous you are, it’s going to happen.
And over time, it builds… read more.