Kitchen Exhaust Fan Service

AE Exhaust & Duct Services our primary focus is Commercial Ventilation Systems. We are committed to certifying that your  Ventilation Exhaust System is operating according to regulation efficiently.

Providing full installation, Inspections, maintenance on commercial/Industrial exhaust fans.

We offer one-time service calls and/or regularly scheduled maintenance service contracts.

Exhaust Fan Installation/Repair Services®

  • Repair/Install exhaust fan motor
  • Roof Mounting  
  • Wall Mounting Curb and Ductwork 
  • Upblast Roof Mount Installation
  • Up-Blast Wall Mount Installation
  • Down-Blast Installation
  • Typical Hinge Kit – Centrifugal Up-blast
  • Heavy Duty (HD) Hinge Kit Installation
  • Heavy Duty (HD) Locking Hinge Kit Installation
  • Square Inline Mounting
  • Square Inline Fan Drain
  • Square Inline Mounting Bracket
  • Up-Blast Curb Mounted Utility Set
  • Up-Blast Curb Mounted Utility Set Hinging
  • Up-Blast Utility Set Indoor
  • Motorized Damper
  • PSC (Permanent Split Capacitor) Motor Speed Control
  • ECM (Electronically Commutated Motor) Speed Control
  • Unit Mounted Controller
  • Fan Belt Installation/Adjustments
  • Shaft Replacement
  • Bearings should be lubricated every 2
    months

Inspection/Maintenance Services;

Regularly scheduled inspections, tests, servicing, replacements, repairs and other tasks intended to help reduce the impact and frequency of equipment failures.

To ensure trouble-free operation of an exhaust fan, manufacturers suggest certain maintenance guidelines.

Most problems associated with fan failures can
be directly related to poor service and maintenance.

Regularly scheduled inspections, tests, servicing, replacements, repairs and other tasks intended to help reduce the impact and frequency of equipment failures.

 

AE Exhaust – Kitchen exhaust cleaning (often referred to as hood cleaning) is the process of removing grease that has accumulated inside the ducts, hoods, vents of Kitchen exhaust systems of commercial kitchens. Left uncleaned, kitchen exhaust systems eventually accumulate enough grease to become extreme fire hazards. Kitchen exhaust systems must be inspected regularly, at intervals consistent with usage, to determine whether cleaning is needed before a dangerous amount of grease has accumulated.