Blast Off Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning

Reasonable rates, no hidden fees, no overtime fees

"Exclusively for restaurants and commercial kitchens here at Blast Off we specialize in restaurant kitchen exhaust & hood cleaning, maintenance and repair, as well as, Hinge kit and grease containment installation on upblast fans. Our team is highly trained, fully insured and certified through Phil Ackland's Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning program. We, also, provide the most up-to-date service available for fire and safety applications such as fire suppression systems; installation, inspection and maintenance, portable fire extinguisher sales and service and kitchen exhaust systems. All our standards are held to the most recent edition of the NFPA96, NFPA10, NFPA17A issued guidelines as well as the Alberta Fire Code. "


Timezone: (GMT-07:00) America/Creston


1:00 am - 12:00 am


1:00 am - 12:00 am


1:00 am - 12:00 am


1:00 am - 12:00 am


1:00 am - 12:00 am


1:00 am - 12:00 am


1:00 am - 12:00 am

Business Name:
Blast Off Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning

6150 46a Ave #9 Red Deer
Red Deer T4E 0J4

(780) 918-2076


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About Red Deer

Red Deer is a city in Alberta, Canada, located midway on the Calgary–Edmonton Corridor. Red Deer serves central Alberta, and key industries include health care, retail trade, construction, oil and gas, hospitality, manufacturing and education. It is surrounded by Red Deer County and borders on Lacombe County. The city is located in aspen parkland, a region of rolling hills, alongside the Red Deer River. == History == The area was inhabited by First Nations including the Blackfoot, Plains Cree and Stoney before the arrival of European fur traders in the late eighteenth century. A First Nations trail ran from the Montana Territory across the Bow River near present-day Calgary and on to Fort Edmonton, later known as the Calgary and Edmonton Trail. The trail crossed the Red Deer River at a wide, stony shallows. The "Old Red Deer Crossing" is 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) upstream from the present-day city. Cree people called the river Waskasoo Seepee, which means "Elk River." European arrivals sometimes called North American elk "red deer," after the related Eurasian species, and later named the community after the river. The name for the modern city in Plains Cree is a calque of the English name (mihkwâpisimosos, literally "red type of deer"), while the name of the river itself is still wâwâskêsiw-sîpiy or "elk river." First Nations on the north side of the river entered into Treaty 6 in 1876 and on the south side Treaty 7 in 1877 Farmers and ranchers began to settle on the fertile lands A trading post and stopping house were built at the Crossing in 1882 This became Fort Normandeau during the 1885 North-West Rebellion Leonard GaetzOne early settler Leonard Gaetz gave a half-share of 1,240 acres (5.0 km2) he had acquired to the Calgary and Edmonton Railway to develop a bridge over the river and a townsite As a result the Crossing was gradually abandoned The first trains arrived in 1891 Gaetz founded the Westerner showgrounds and annual "Westerner Days," akin to the Calgary Stampede.