What Is Deep Cleaning?

If you’re preparing food to sell you’re legally required under The Food Hygiene Regulations and the Food Safety Act to have professional deep cleaning carried out on your premises.

This means periodic deep cleaning for equipment installations which may not be fully cleaned as part of their daily cleaning routines.

It also includes areas that cannot be reached effectively such as:

  • wall surfaces above six feet
  • ceilings
  • light fittings
  • vents
  • roof structures

And the removal of all potential fire hazard deposits from:

  • grease filters
  • internal surfaces of canopies
  • drip traps

With Indepth Hygiene you can stop worrying about “what is deep cleaning” and how to go about it. Working with you, we’ll help your facilities achieve a higher standard of hygiene and cleanliness. This will ensure approval by Environmental Health Officers’ inspections of your entire catering and food production facilities. Our service complements your own cleaning programmes and is based on Government Specifications 038 and M&E142.

We’ll also provide a replacement filter service for any filters which we find are worn or ineffective. Plus we’ll ensure your floor surfaces are thoroughly cleaned and free of all contaminants. And we’re promising not to raise our contractual prices for the next three years.

See how we can help your business, get in touch with our experienced and friendly team today.