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A BBQ is a large investment, and you have every right to expect it to last many years. Just like servicing your car or your furnace, you get what you pay for. Here are a few things to consider when choosing your BBQ Cleaning Company:-
Will their cleaning process actually damage the metal components of your grill? Acids dips, sand blasting, grinding and similar processes are all extremely harmful to metal components.
Are they eco-friendly? Two points to consider here - do they use genuinely eco-friendly products; and be aware that some eco-friendly products are still corrosive to metal. Check the back of the source container for the 'Corrosive' symbol.
Are they tax-registered, licensed and insured? If any of your property is accidentally damaged you need to know the company can afford to pay for all damages.
How thoroughly do they really clean your grills? Examine their photographs carefully - while the grills might look clean, check for black bits of food and dirt on the sides and edges of the grill bars
How much experience do they have? Cleaning a BBQ sounds easy, but there are many different types of grills, burners, igniters, ceramic coatings and stainless steel finishes. Each can require different tools and techniques to get thoroughly clean without damaging them.
How much training do the cleaning technicians have? Ask regarding their training program; there is a huge difference between hiring professional, trained techs and hiring two guys with a bucket.