After Fire Cleaning

Fires are serious threats to life and property due to the smoke, extreme heat and the chemicals they produce. Additional issues can be caused by the smoke or chemicals from the fire extinguishing process.

Fires in commercial kitchens are a relatively common occurrence. In 2012-13 there were over 2300 fires recorded in restaurants, cafes, pubs/wine bars and other food preparation and hospitality businesses in London alone.

A high fire risk is associated with professional cooking environments, as the potential for accidents is great in a fast paced, highly pressured environment. Combine this with large volumes of flammable cooking oil, naked flames and heat sources – and you have a recipe for disaster!

Whether a fire has been caused by a faulty appliance, electrical lead, misuse of equipment or appliance, by the build-up of grease in the duct work or vents or whether it has simply been caused by accident, a fire in a restaurant or hospitality business can be devastating, even if no one is injured or no lives are lost.

RETURNED TO ITS FORMER GLORY

Even though a surface may look clean, chemicals from extinguishers or fine particles of dust may be on surfaces. In most cases (depending on level of damage to equipment and premises), businesses can be returned to its pre-incident state. Cleaning and sanitizing is an important step prior to re-opening. We perform cleaning, deodorization and careful handling to restore your premises to its pre-incident condition.

In the case of contained fires, an overnight clean up, by dedicated staff, can ensure your premises can be ready for customers with a minimum of business interruption.

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WE TRIED OTHER CLEANING COMPANIES BUT NONE OF THEM COULD MATCH THE SERVICE AND QUALITY PROVIDED BY FLUID. THEY ARE LEADERS IN CLEANING FOR THE HOSPITALITY SECTOR