Premier Grease Services
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Premier Grease cleans kitchen exhaust systems to help prevent grease fires, maintain compliance with NFPA 96 (the standard for Ventilation Control and Fire Protection of Commercial Cooking Operations) and to ensure that your system continues to operate at the highest level. Restaurants that do not clean their kitchen exhausts system on a regular basis suffer a much higher risk of fire and equipment failure.
Grease traps must be cleaned out to prevent fat, oil and grease (FOG) from accumulating and causing your drainage pipes to clog and stay in compliance with the city code. A poorly maintained grease trap can lead to clogged pipes and the possibility of a raw sewage backup and overflowing into your restaurant or establishment.
Grease may collect on the roof between cleanings, over flow during heavy rainstorms or as a result of poor maintenance over time. When this grease accumulates on the roof it can eat away at the roof membrane, cause holes and leaks that ultimately void the warranty of the roof causing potentially huge costs to the food operator.
Used cooking oil has become recognized by the industry as more than just waste but a valuable resource that can be recycled and put to good use. At Premier Grease, we help manage your used cooking oil and fryer grease so that it can be resold for bio-diesel, a plus for the environment and a positive return on investment for your business.
If Robert Irvine from Restaurant Impossible trusts us to clean the kitchens on his show, shouldn’t you?
A clean kitchen is important to ensure that you produce safe, quality food and continue to get great scores from the health inspectors. Premier Grease can do a deep cleaning of your kitchen on an as-needed basis and we will clean exactly what you want us to clean.
The accumulation of lint (a highly combustible material) in your dryer vent causes reduced airflow and makes conditions ripe for a fire. More than 17,000 dryer fires occur each year resulting in more than $100 million in property damages and thousands of injuries. NFPA 90 recommends your dryer vents be cleaned annually but few operators adhere to this recommendation.