We provide exceptional exhaust hood filter cleaning services for restaurants.
Depending on the scale and type of your Wytheville, Virginia restaurant, the NFPA 96 standards may require your exhaust hood filter system to be cleaned as often as weekly. While this is may be handled by in-house staff members, if you want to have confidence that it is done properly and timely, call us at Astrid Environmental Services. We provide top-quality restaurant cleaning services, including a filter exchange program and cleaning the entire exhaust hood system.
Controlling grease and odors is important to any restaurant, not just to comply with insurance regulations, fire inspection codes, and health inspection regulations, but also to maintain the environment your patrons expect. Therefore, you should assure your exhaust system isn’t a fire hazard that could disrupt your business, destroy your reputation, or cause injury.
Regular exhaust hood filter cleaning is essential for the effective operation of the exhaust system and to provide for longevity of the equipment. Protect your system and investment by getting on the appropriate exhaust hood filter cleaning schedule.
We have the expertise to help you determine the appropriate schedule and make sure your exhaust hood filter cleaning is performed with complete attention to detail to yield optimal results. We will work around your schedule to assure your operations are not disrupted. No matter the service requested, we assure you that you won’t be disappointed with the results. Call today to learn more.
At Astrid Environmental Services, we offer exhaust hood filter cleaning services in the following areas:
Virginia: Abingdon, Blacksburg, Bland, Bristol, Chilhowie, Christiansburg, Dublin, Floyd, Galax, Glade Spring, Hillsville, Independence, Lebanon, Marion, Max Meadows, Narrows, Pearisburg, Pembroke, Pulaski, Radford, Richlands, Roanoke, Rural Retreat, Salem, Saltville, Tazewell, and Wytheville
North Carolina: Mount Airy, Dobson, Pilot Mountain, Elkin, Sparta, and Princeton.
West Virginia: Princeton and Bluefield