Thermal Hood Cleaning Procedure For Restaurants Raises Average Ticket Sizes By Erasing The Stench Of Grease

CE Kitchen Hood Cleaning Uses State-Of-The-Art Pressurized Wet Steam to Purify Greasy Residue Left Behind by Hood Cleaning Detergents

Washington DC, United States - September 16, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Calamus Enterprises are pleased to introduce their highly sought-after hood cleaning services to the general public of restaurant owners. Having first been designed to meet the needs of today’s top public facilities including embassies, airports, the Supreme Court, and the White House Complex, the firm now initiates their Thermal Technology and its pressurized wet steam in private restaurants in the Maryland, DC, Virginia, North Carolina, California, Chicagoland, and Florida areas.

Expounding on the announcement, CEO Mike Calamus comments, “Our state of the art thermal sanitation systems pressurizes wet steam at extremely high temperatures, soaring all the way up to 350F. Just by using simple water, we are able to melt away 100% of your grease without using any harsh chemicals or detergents that can damage your equipment. It preserves the life-span of your equipment and it also guarantees there won’t be any greasy odor in your place of business.”

A restaurant’s aroma is one of the most overlooked causes of dipping profits because restaurant owners who are used to coming home with clothes covered by the smell of their restaurant become immune to it. Over time, the excess build-up of grease in the hood system is not only a fire hazard but becomes a deterrent even to once-loyal customers who get something small and leave quickly. The only way to completely eliminate the pungent scent is to melt it off of your equipment with extremely hot temperatures and blast it away.

It’s no easy task. CE Hood Cleaning’s team of experienced technicians employ pressurization and thermal technology to heat wet steam to extraordinarily high temperatures, instantly melting anything that comes into contact with it. No matter how many different detergents and chemicals you have tried over the years, no matter how much grease is caked on, pressurized wet steam at these temperatures will restore your hood back to the cleanliness it had when you first got it.

“Having our hood cleaning services chosen by some of the largest corporations in the world, we saw the value in bringing CE Hood Cleaning to ‘every-day’ restaurant owners. The thermal technology in our highly pressurized sanitation units goes beyond today’s alternatives. We stand 100% behind all of our work by guaranteeing our quality,” reports Calamus.

CE Hood Cleaning offers expert teams to cover all of your equipment, thoroughly cleaning your hood, checking and deep cleaning your exhaust fans, vent, and even filters.

For more information or to reach your area representative directly, visit https://www.calamus-enterprises.com/kitchen-hood-cleaning/

Contact Info:
Name: Sam Ipina
Email: Send Email
Organization: CE Kitchen Hood Cleaning
Phone: 301-215-0825
Website: https://www.steamcleaning.us/hood-deep-cleaning/

Source URL: https://marketersmedia.com/thermal-hood-cleaning-procedure-for-restaurants-raises-average-ticket-sizes-by-erasing-the-stench-of-grease/88919229

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