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Exhaust Fan Access Panel Installations

Fan Access Panel Installation Services

The Importance of Fan Maintenance

As one of the biggest commercial kitchen cleaning companies in the industry, we understand that maintaining a healthy and safe indoor environment would be impossible without an optimally functioning exhaust fan, and the best way to ensure that your fan is always functioning properly is to have a panel that allows for easy access to your fan.

Without access to the other side of your fan blades, grease can build up and throw the fan off balance, which can cause your system to vibrate or rattle. This can lead to premature wear on the belt and bearings over time and significantly reduce the effectiveness and efficiency of the exhaust fan.

These reasons and many others are why it’s required by law to have a panel that allows for easy access to your commercial exhaust fan.

Customers turn to HOODZ for fan access panel installation services for many reasons including:

  • We work with your schedule
  • We arrive prepared to handle any job
  • We arrive on time and finish the job promptly
  • We strictly adhere to all local and national standards

NFPA Standard #96 requires that a 3" x 5" opening or 4" circular opening must be installed on the curvature of the exhaust fan bowl to ensure that your commercial ventilation system can be thoroughly inspected and cleaned. These panels allow us to clean the back side of the fan blades that would otherwise be completely inaccessible.

Kitchen Grease Process

Our exclusive relationships with many of the best product manufacturers enable us to offer exhaust fan access panel installations for a great price!

  • I was extremely impressed that, in over 100 degree heat, someone arrived and was even 5 minutes early with a friendly approach.

    Tina's Ethiopian Cafe
  • What HOODZ did do was a professional job, from start to finish. They inspected the systems thoroughly, and then gave us an accurate bid with specifics as to what services were to be performed.

    Rob A.