PROUDLY FOUNDED IN SASKATCHEWAN! SERVING REGINA AND SURROUNDING AREAS!
Full Steam Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning is a division of Full Throttle Furnace & Duct Cleaning Inc.
We are proudly founded and owned by a husband and wife team, Clint and Tania Orr, who truly take pride in building a business built on good old-fashioned customer service (shhh! please don’t give away our trade secret!) We not only value our customers, their time and their money but we also value our employees and that is reflected in the quality of work they do! With all the cleaning scams out there, our goal is simple: to provide Regina and surrounding areas with a kitchen exhaust cleaning company they can trust! We are doing just that and will continue to work hard to earn the trust of Regina one kitchen at a time!
HOW IT ALL STARTED
Full Steam Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning was founded as we saw the need for more qualified commercial kitchen hood and exhaust system cleaning companies in the industry – a company that would take the extra time to do it right. A company people could simply trust. After all, these restaurants do an amazing job at feeding this city!
That is how it all started! We set out on a mission to train our staff to highest standard of commercial kitchen hood and exhaust system cleaning. Our Crew Leaders have attended the Phil Ackland Kitchen Hood cleaning School in Dallas, Texas, and have become Phil Ackland Certified. Only a “certified” company can perform kitchen hood and exhaust system cleaning in Regina in accordance with the Regina Fire & Protective Services mandate.
We are proud of our team! We strive to be the best at what we do. Our mission is to provide restaurant owners with peace of mind that we will show up on time and perform the cleaning in accordance with the requirements of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA 96). We will provide the necessary documentation to ensure that the requirements of Regina Fire & Protective Services are met. We continue to work closely with Regina Fire & Protective Services with the goal of reducing the potential fire and life safety hazards associated with commercial cooking operations.