WITH OVER 40 YEARS EXPERIENCE, TAYLOR BROTHERS FIRE AND SAFETY EXCELS IN COMMERCIAL KITCHEN SUPPRESSION AND EXHAUST CLEANING TO THE…

Kitchen Exhaust Service of Idaho 

Kitchen Exhaust Service (KES) is the removal of any and all grease contaminants that are within the kitchen exhaust system. This is done so to prevent any potential grease fire from spreading past the cook-line, where they would originate, into the hood and ductwork.

Kitchen Exhaust Services (KES) is a major fire and safety component that may be overlooked in consideration of a facilities overall health. It tends to be a service that is out of sight and therefore out of mind. This type of attitude combined with poor industry standards has led many customers to search for only low price. This type of attitude allowed Taylor Brothers to forge ahead for over forty years by promoting not just better but the BEST industry standards that could ever be achieved, our BARE METAL STANDARD®. Taylor Brothers is capable of cleaning any KES no matter its complexity. That means ALL grease deposits are removed from the KES during the service and ALL risk of a potential KES fire are avoided. Taylor Brothers is able to deliver this BareMetal Standard due to its over 40 years of time tested processes that greatly surpass the industry standards that are practiced
today.

Taylor Brothers service cleaning of the KES covers all of the internal components of the KES, which consist of: All hoods, all connecting grease ductwork, including all horizontal and vertical ductwork, and exhaust fans. Each component listed will be cleaned to our BARE METAL STANDARD®, meaning 95% bare metal clean. This far exceeds the NFPA 96 Standard, 2008 edition, 11.4 for fire code compliance. All Kitchen Exhaust Systems are guaranteed to be in a fire safe state after cleaning. There are NO inaccessible areas in any system we clean. Each system cleaned will pass any meticulous inspection by any Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ).

Every kitchen exhaust system (KES) is different, so for pricing please contact James Taylor. He will provide you with a free analysis of your KES and how to best mitigate the risk that is present in every commercial kitchen exhaust.