To keep a well-maintained appearance and high hygiene standards, deep cleaning services for the kitchen, restroom and dining area are mandatory on a regular basis. This will help keeping the restaurant sanitized as well as fresh looking and better smelling. Paying particular attention to areas that are usually ignored such as hard to reach areas and areas where you will usually find an accumulation of dirt, oil and grease.
Consider it an investment in the efficiency, safety and reputation for your overall business. Providing your restaurant with regular, professional cleaning and maintenance is one of the best ways to keep the customers coming back time and time again. And most importantly, it will keep the staff happy knowing they are working in a safe and clean environment.
GES is offering professional kitchen cleaning and delivers high quality, on-time and safe services:
• Prevent cross-contamination and spreading of bacteria and germs
• Increased level of hygiene throughout the establishment
• Minimize foodborne illnesses through sanitized kitchen appliances and equipment
• Minimize fire hazard potential through a clean extraction and ventilation system
• Wiping and steaming and removal of deep-seated dirt of kitchen shelving and countertops
The following checklist below may vary depending on the office, space and building requirements. Listed below are the general requirements:
1. Overhead Dusting
Dust the tops of entertainment cabinets, standing wardrobes and door jams. Most areas can be accessed with long-handled dusters, but a ladder is the safest way to reach ceiling fans, fire sprinklers and smoke detectors. Dust light diffusers, light fixtures and bulbs, air vent grates, and the tops of entertainment hutches, armoires, and door jams.
2. Exhaust System - Ducts, Hoods, Fans and Vents
Removing excess oil and steam cleaning of kitchen exhaust hood and vents. The process of removing grease that has accumulated inside the ducts, hoods, fans and vents of exhaust systems of commercial kitchens. Left uncleaned, kitchen exhaust systems eventually accumulate enough grease to become extreme fire hazards.
3. Kitchen Equipment
Heavy cleaning and scraping to ensure all surfaces are free of oil and burnt food residue. As well as removal of excess oil and degreasing on major kitchen equipment (e.g. grill, stove, oven, fryer, broiler, skillet, griddle, slicers, steam table, shelving, and flattops).
4. Walk-in Refrigerator, Freezer and Food Storage
Walk-in refrigerator, freezer and food storage holds the most vulnerable portion of the restaurant's inventory, so it's crucial to keep the contents fresh, organize and clean to prevent the spread of foodborne illness.
5. Floor Drain
Floor drains are also essential in cleaning the kitchen restaurant. Cleaning and removal of food residue and sticky oil and grease from the floor drain as well as unclogging of pipes to avoid flooding during the operation.
Steaming all surfaces, kitchen equipment and appliances to prevent cross-contamination and foodborne illnesses. This process ensures that food that being serve remains safe as well as hygienic and health solutions of the staff.
Thorough cleaning of the bathroom and common toilet. Helping maintain as healthy an environment as possible, a clean and sanitized restroom serves as a reminder to guests that your business values their patronage. This is why in particular hard to reach areas and deep-seated dirt need professional treatment regularly.
8. Windows, Sills and Frames
Vacuum window tracks to remove dust and debris. Polish interior glass, clean sills, and wipe down frames and hardware. Removes any stickers or residue of acrylic/silicone that is left during the construction.
9. Carpets, Rugs and Upholstery
Everyday use may result to not only looking filthy, but also cause itchy, irritating reactions for employees, client or guests. Stain removal, vacuuming, shampooing and extracting dust, dirt and grime from the upholstery and carpet. Highly effective impregnation which protects all textile surfaces and delays subsequent soiling.
Deep cleaning, stripping, waxing, polishing and crystallization of natural stone floorings, ceramic tiles, concrete, wooden and elastic floorings (e.g. PVC, Linoleum, and Rubber) as well as carpeted area.
Cleaning the exterior is also important to overcome the power of nature to destroy. Once nature takes over, the structure will start to deteriorate. Mildew and mold, once it gets hold, can damage your paint, materials, and surfaces. Proper cleaning of entrance area, walkway, parking, and terrace can prolong and preserve the property structure. Likewise, reducing the weathering process and eliminate insects, debris and undesirable natural stain. Improved overall curb appeal further increases customers’ enjoyment and satisfaction of the premises.