Restaurant Cleaning Services
Maintaining optimal cleanliness in a restaurant is a massive undertaking. There are numerous daily, weekly and monthly restaurant cleaning tasks that require equal attention. Among the most crucial of these are grease trap cleaning, canopy cleaning and ablution cleaning, which if neglected, can have serious repercussions for you, your staff, your patrons and your business. While in-house cleaning staff are a prerequisite, expert restaurant cleaning services are as well. Making use of a company that’s experienced in all areas of restaurant cleaning can be the difference between the success and failure of your eatery.
Why use Cleaning Specialists for your Restaurant Cleaning needs?
Our restaurant cleaning services have been trusted and recommended since 1991
Our customer care policy ensures that you’re delighted with our service
We’re members of the National Contract Cleaners Association (NCCA)
All our cleaners are rigorously trained internally to ensure high levels service delivery
Contact us today National Support Line: 0860 08 08 08
What we offer:
We know that when it comes to restaurant cleaning, there’s no such thing as one size fits all. We’ll provide you with services tailored to your specific needs, including washroom hygiene.
Peace of mind
Our restaurant cleaners are industry certified, expertly trained and equipped with PPE to ensure their safety, and yours, at all times.
We comply with the pre-requisite programmes that support Hazard Analysis at Critical Control Points (HACCP).
Restaurant Cleaning tips from the experts:
Compile a comprehensive cleaning schedule. Ensure that it’s displayed in a visible area, and that each task is checked off and signed by the staff member responsible
Have your fat trap cleaned regularly by a professional restaurant cleaning company, in order to avoid unpleasant odours, as well as to ensure that you don’t have any downtime due to a blocked fat trap
Train your staff on the correct usage of equipment – for example, solids should not be put into a fat trap, nor should they be disposed of down a drain