ACSUK provides a specialist deep cleaning service for commercial kitchens.
Our compliance-led approach helps you satisfy UK hygiene laws and protect the health and safety of your customers and staff. So, its good to know we offer our Kitchen Cleaning services to many city locations; like Lancashire, Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds and London..
Kitchen Deep Cleaning UK
Keeping your commercial kitchen clean is important to ensuring your customers receive good food. If you are looking for kitchen deep cleaning services in the UK, contact ACSUK. We provide the best deep cleaning service for commercial kitchens. We have been working in the industry for many years and our expertise in industrial deep cleaning allow us to serve hotels, schools, restaurants and other private sectors across the UK.
Our kitchen deep cleaning service in the Lancashire, UK leaves your kitchen and food prep areas spotless, odorless and most importantly –bacteria-free. We use eco-friendly solutions to handle all types of fabrics, equipment and structures, while our team of experts are highly qualified to the highest standards in kitchen deep cleaning services. From floor to ceiling, food prep surfaces and equipment, extraction systems, canopies and fan units looking as-good-as-new.
- Kitchen surface degreasing
- Food prep equipment cleaning
- Site structural cleaning
- Kitchen extraction system cleaning
- Kitchen canopy cleaning
- Kitchen extraction filter cleaning
- Kitchen extraction duct cleaning
- General sanitisation of kitchen and equipment
Kitchen Cleaning Services Manchester
We also offer a cleaning and maintenance guidance contract under which we carry out testing, auditing and advice in compliance with TR/19 Internal Cleanliness of Ventilation Systems with special consideration for kitchen extract systems.
To know how our kitchen deep cleaning services in Manchester, UK can help your business, or to simply ask a question, please feel free to contact us at the earliest.
Regulations including the Workplace (Health & Welfare) Regulation 5 imposes a duty to clean mechanical ventilations systems (Duty of care). Regulation 3 of the Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations 1999 imposes a duty to conduct a risk assessment of the risks associated with ventilation systems. EC directives incorporated into the above legislation require that ventilation systems are properly cleaned and tested by a professional contractor.