Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Wednesday, January 8, 2014
Tuesday, January 7, 2014
This customer was always told that the previous company had pressure washers that could "power flush" the horizontals in his systems that we had told him needed access. We did add access and the pictures below show what we found. I think their"power flush" was actually the sound of his money he paid for the cleanings being flushed into their pockets and not of any grease being actually removed form these areas. What do you think?
Our Ocala shop in Florida is moving this week to a new area office with a larger shop in the Orlando area to accommodate the extra staff and equipment added this year. We are on Platinum Road in Apopka as of Jan 1st. The new office is also closer to many of our Orlando and South Florida area customers and still convenient to our Tampa area customers.
Enviromatic's Denver office in Aurora Colorado has moved to larger quarters to accommodate the new staff and equipment added this winter to accommodate our rapid growth in the Colorado area. We are now on Airport Blvd, just around the corner from our old shop.
Monday, April 15, 2013
Duct replacement as other said to do or clean the impossible. Viro succeeds where all others had failed.
Several companies attempted to clean this Colorado system and gave up. Others simply said it was impossible to clean and that the ductwork had to be replaced. The customer tried everyone until he found out Viro was doing work in his city. To his amazements, he was able to save tens of thousands of dollars in replacement costs and simply had his "impossible to clean" system cleaned by the Denver based Viro crew. Parts of the risers above the hoods were almost completely blocked. Here are the pics to enjoy.
Sunday, February 3, 2013
With Tim Smith recently passing his IKECA's Inspectors test and becoming our newest CESI( and with Tim having over 25 years experience), that brings the total IKECA CESI staff for Enviromatic to 7 nationwide. The Enviromatic Corp CESI staff are Don Pfleiderer, Mike Gronlund, Tim Smith, Steve Garkinos, Andrew Watson, Joe Houston, and Brien Picha. That is in addition to the 12 CECS staff members.We believe that is one of the most if not the most number of certified inspectors for one company in the country. Proper certifications and training for our staff is critical to Enviromatic continuing being the leader in the kitchen exhaust cleaning industry. No one does it better, period! We are currently undergoing testing all Crew chiefs and Senior Crew members for a minimum of CEST certifications to assure there is a certified staff member on each and every job by this summer. The new IKECA C-10 standards calls for this. NFPA96 also required certified companies performing exhaust system cleanings. We hope all other companies soon follow our lead on the proper certifications.
We believe that the IKECA certification with the annual CEU requirements, periodic renewals, and using a non-profit group for the independent testing is the only true certification. Some certifications can be had by simply take a test and paying for a lifetime certification. The CEU requirements allows members to keep up with industry standards and changes. They put this plainly on the IKECA web site "IKECA certifications provide objective and measurable ways to determine general competency in the standardized practices and standards within the kitchen exhaust cleaning industry."