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SOURCE: Bare Metal Standard Midwest
Bare Metal Standard® enables companies requiring kitchen exhaust cleaning to ensure all systems are returned to bare metal and are truly fire safe. Its proprietary process guarantees no flammable grease residue exists inside an exhaust system.
Kansas CIty, Missouri (PRWEB) February 09, 2013
Superior quality and service in the Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning industry is about to hit Kansas City. Bare Metal Standard® is launching its first fractional franchise in the Midwest after a recent purchase by Kansas City entrepreneur, Mike Simmons. Simmons is a 10 year veteran of the fire suppression industry and founder of the largest fire and safety business in the Midwest, The RED Force Fire and Security. Bare Metal Standard, originating in Boise, ID, offers 49 years of experience in cleaning kitchen grease exhaust systems.
The expansion of the franchise into the Midwest enables companies requiring the vital service of kitchen exhaust cleaning to choose a business that prides itself in its innovative “Bare Metal Standard.” This standard of a “clean” system ensures that all systems are returned to bare metal using a proprietary process so that no flammable grease residue exists inside an exhaust system – keeping every facility fire safe, guaranteed.
Simmons learned of the Bare Metal Standard franchise at the 2012 National Association of Fire Equipment Distributors conference. After years of working in the fire and safety industry in the Midwest, Simmons identified kitchen exhaust cleaning as a top need of many of his customers. Now with his recent purchase of a Bare Metal Standard franchise, Simmons will be able to easily expand his business and offer a highly in-demand service to customers. The kitchen exhaust cleaning industry is estimated to generate over one billion dollars annually in the United States.
Gregg Sippel, manager of Bare Metal Standard Midwest, stated, “In the Kansas City area there are several businesses that provide fire safety and suppression services, however, we’ve come to understand that the essential service of hood and duct cleaning is vastly under-served in our market. Those conducting fire safety and fire suppression inspections are finding excessive buildup of grime and grease in hood and duct systems left by previous providers who were unable to access parts of the system. The proprietary process that Bare Metal Standard utilizes is superior to current methods; there is no part of the hood and duct system we can’t clean back to bare metal,” Sippel said.
Sippel owned a construction company and also worked as a general contractor before deciding to take leadership of Bare Metal Standard Midwest. He said that it was Bare Metal Standards’ proprietary process, and commitment to providing a level of service that others could not, that drew him to the company. “Quality assurance and exceptional customer support has always been our top priority. When I started doing research on Bare Metal Standard, I recognized that the company is absolutely passionate about raising the standard in our industry to make sure hoods and ducts are safe and clean,” Sippel said. “I saw that and immediately knew that this is a company that I want to be a part of.”
For more information about Bare Metal Standard Midwest, go to http://www.baremetalstandard.com or contact Greg Sippel.
About Bare Metal Standard:
Originating in Boise, ID, Bare Metal Standard franchise offers 49 years of experience in cleaning kitchen grease exhaust systems. The Bare Metal Standard's innovative proprietary process ensures no flammable grease residue exists inside a kitchen exhaust system - keeping every facility fire safe, guaranteed. For more information about the Bare Metal Standard and franchise opportunities, please contact James Bedal or visit http://www.buybaremetal.com
For more information, contact:
Bare Metal Standard CEO James Bedal
Bare Metal Standard Midwest Manager Greg Sippel
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