Catering Design To Accommodate Take Out

With many kitchens struggling to cope after the stresses of the past year, many have turned to takeaway to keep business going. While many restaurant kitchens are planning on how they’re going to reopen their dining space when the time is right, some are also thinking of how best to implement a permanent takeaway space to bring in all kinds of diners in the future.

Making the necessary changes to your kitchen’s design to accommodate the demands of customers wanting a take away option can not only bring in new customers, but also make regular customers feel well looked after, no matter their views on returning to restaurant dining.

We’ve put together some of the things you may want to consider in the design of your kitchen to accommodate take out options, and just how Swift can help you get the kitchen you want with the space you have, whether you’re opening your doors for the first time, or have a restaurant people already know and love.

Speed of workflow

Creating a logical, great flowing space in your kitchen is essential for the fast-paced demand of takeaway. Think about the equipment you have and how easy it is to access. Are preparation areas close to cooking equipment? Are storage and preparation areas easily accessible? Organising this space so staff can work efficiently and work in a chronological ‘production line’ is essential to pick up the pace for diners requesting take out.

Choosing the right equipment

The food you plan to serve for takeaway needs the right catering equipment to ensure standards are maintained and the quality of your food is at the highest possible. Think about whether you’ll have a separate menu for take out items or whether you’ll only serve popular menu items for take away, as well as whether you have the equipment available to balance both sit-in diners and takeout orders.

Here at Swift, we can point you in the right direction when it comes to quality equipment. We take great pride in providing the finest standard of commercial catering equipment to businesses throughout the UK, including commercial ovens and refrigeration.

Storage

Having the right storage space and enough storage space is always going to be a big factor for incorporating take out facilities in your kitchen design. Making sure you have enough fridge/freezer space, general storage space for ingredients, as well as space to temporarily store take out deliveries that are ready to go or ready to be packaged will make that production line much more effective.

Packaging and pick up points

If you’re going to allow customers to come and pick up their takeout orders instead of relying on a delivery driver, then your front of house area will need a specific pick up point for customers. This will also have to lead on from the kitchen to make all processes as smooth as possible. You’ll also need adequate space where staff can work to pack orders, especially at peak times as the kitchen can be a highly fast paced environment.

With all these processes, social distancing measures will need to be adhered to as well as making it easier for staff to wash their hands at regular intervals. Swift can help you with all your kitchen design needs and together, we can create a kitchen space that works for you, something that you’re proud of.

Can Swift help with your kitchen design?

Let Swift assist you in the creation of your desired commercial kitchen. With more than four decades in the industry, Swift has helped thousands of clients with their commercial kitchen design, making kitchen processes effortless and efficient. Book an appointment with our team today by calling us on 0121 505 4001.

Diversify Your Menu To Suit Your Diners

The way we eat and the options we choose has changed dramatically over the years, and it’s up to restaurants, cafes and other foodservice establishments to keep up with these changes in order to deliver what customers want.

From vegetarian and vegan options to Gluten Free and Low Carb, diners now take a lot into account before they settle on a place to dine. It’s crucial that your restaurant or cafe is able to cater for the diverse needs of diners by creating a menu that keeps every customer in mind.

Menu changes can have such a positive impact on restaurants and cafes. Just why can wider choices on your menu help your restaurant become more successful?

Gain an advantage over other restaurants and cafes

The customer is the one who will be purchasing your meal options, eating your food and hopefully recommending it to friends and family. With a more diverse menu, you’re not only attracting more customers, but you also have a reason for them to return again and again.

With large groups of diners returning when the industry begins to get some more normality once again, you can expect at least one person in that group wanting a vegetarian or vegan meal option, a low calorie or low carb option, or even someone who has some sort of intolerance, such as lactose or gluten. If you don’t cater for that one person, that whole group of hungry diners will be lost.

Look after your diners and they’ll stick around!

Cater for different times of the day

Keeping in mind the range of options available to your diners, you’ll also want to include a whole range of food for breakfast, lunch and dinner, depending on your opening hours. Diners may be on the lookout for a quick grab and go meal option for weekday breakfast and lunch if they’re in a rush (cafes, take note!) or they may be planning an evening meal with others. Giving your customers a variety of menu options at all parts of the day will keep them satisfied and more likely to return.

Upgrade your kitchen to widen your offering

If you have the space available, new additional catering equipment could help you to really spruce up your menu to cater for a whole new set of diners. However, sometimes there’s just no wiggle room in the kitchen! That’s where our team of designers come in.

We can work with you to make the most out of your space. Whether you’re in need of a complete refit or looking for some additional pieces of quality equipment, we can help with everything. Our designers can bring your kitchen visions to life through 2D and 3D design mockups, and we can recommend the best equipment in the industry to help you satisfy the needs of your hungry diners.

Could Swift help you to diversify your menu?

Swift Maintenance offers commercial kitchen design, installation and maintenance throughout the UK. To request a quote or book an appointment, get in touch with us today on 0121 505 4001 or fill out our contact form and we’ll get back to you!

Organising Your Commercial Kitchen For Peak Times

When kitchens are back up and running and we all get to dine and enjoy food like we used to, there’s one thing that all kitchens can benefit from, regardless of sector. Whether you have a restaurant kitchen, run a care home or even run a school or hospital kitchen, organising your space for peak times can bring a much better workflow for kitchen staff.

All kitchens will know their busiest times of the day, week, month and year, and preparing in advance for these times can make them much easier to handle. How can you organise your kitchen for those busy times to make them a success?

Your kitchen layout

Larger kitchens usually won’t have a problem with their kitchen layout as they’ll have a great space to work with, but with smaller kitchens or those of an awkward size and shape, you need to make the most of what you have to make it work at all times, not just your busiest days.

Our design team is knowledgeable and experienced when it comes to getting the most out of a kitchen space. We can take your requirements into account, designing and planning exactly what you need in the space you have.

Choose the best equipment

Kitchen equipment can be a big factor in how quickly and efficiently your meals are prepared and sent out, and in peak times, it’s essential to keep the momentum going to maintain those happy diners. Refrigeration, commercial ovens and dishwashing equipment should be up to date, and if you’re not quite ready for an upgrade, you need to ensure all equipment is properly serviced and maintained. The last thing you need is your equipment failing on you at your busiest times! If we can help keep your equipment in check, get in touch with us.

Speak to employees

Sometimes, simply conversing with your staff and collectively coming up with a plan of action is enough to help with issues in organisation. Discuss what your kitchen staff would like to see in the kitchen, or what new procedures and equipment would make life easier. Find out exactly what makes things difficult for them at peak times and encourage ideas about possible solutions.

Observing what a usual peak time service looks like from the perspective of someone outside of the kitchen can make things much clearer. Getting feedback from employees is crucial to make service efficient and ensure it flows nicely without any obstacles in the way.

Use preparation time wisely

Equipment used for preparing food ahead of time needs to be up to standard to enable this part of the kitchen service to run smoothly. Saving time is important, and if there are obvious changes you can be making in the preparation, cooking and serving stage, it’s crucial that your staff work out a plan that works for them in the long term.

Could Swift help to transform your kitchen processes?

Making improvements and organising your commercial kitchen for peak times will create a much more pleasant and efficient working environment. Here at Swift, we understand how important it is to get the flow of a kitchen just right, which is why we have a strong team available to help make it a reality.

Join the hundreds of other customers who have been overwhelmed by the support from Swift in their projects – get in touch with us today by calling 0121 505 4001.

Preventative Maintenance To Beat The Breakdown

Recent research conducted by BRITA showed that kitchen staff are becoming more cautious with catering equipment in order to prevent a potentially expensive breakdown. Unreliable equipment coupled with the stresses COVID-19 brings to the catering industry is not only affecting kitchens and how well they function, but also the individuals in this industry and how they carry out their jobs. 

Here are some of the key statistics we took away from BRITA’s research:

  • Almost 30% of professional kitchen staff believe their stress comes from the financial implication of the pandemic. 
  • 50% of professional kitchen staff say replacing equipment would be a significant cost to the business.
  • ¼ of kitchen workers admit that their equipment needs replacing right now.
  • 30% of kitchen workers are more cautious of costs and are looking to mend and maintain their equipment where possible rather than replace it.
  • Almost ⅕ of kitchen workers admitted to not being able to spot a problem with equipment they are using in the kitchen.

As shocking as some of these statistics are, the good news is that most of them could alter dramatically with the right preventive measures, which could help to lower costs and other associated issues arising with equipment replacements.

Preventative maintenance couldn’t be more important right now

Replacing equipment can potentially be the reason a kitchen may have to pause service, simply due to the financial implications. More and more kitchens are looking into servicing and repairing their equipment to not only save money on new equipment, but to also ensure they can get more use out of their equipment throughout this uncertain period. 

Service and maintenance is a crucial component in a smooth running kitchen, and the decrease in budget in this area means there is a real threat when it comes to the efficiency of a kitchen. Kitchens need equipment to be performing at its best to get through each service, but they can’t do that if they’re not properly serviced and maintained. Repairs can be essential in keeping a business on its feet. 

How can you benefit from preventative maintenance?

Waiting until a piece of equipment breaks before taking action to replace it could potentially be the worst thing you could do if you’re in the catering industry. Here are just a few reasons why maintenance at the right time can save your equipment and even your business in such an uncertain time for us all.

Keeps equipment and staff safe – by carrying out preventative maintenance, your equipment will remain safe to operate for staff and you can reduce any risk of potential issues or breakdowns before they arise.

Improve equipment efficiency – usual wear and tear can naturally decrease the efficiency of your equipment. By carrying out preventative maintenance, you can improve efficiency and prolong the life of your equipment.

Quicker than equipment repair or replacement – Of course, preventative maintenance may cause a slight disruption to normal service if your kitchen is in use, but if your kitchen is currently closed with hopes to reopen soon, now is the time to consider it. Even though preventative maintenance will take a little time, it’s much quicker than repairing equipment after a breakdown or replacing it completely.

How can Swift help you prevent equipment breakdown?

You don’t have to wait until your equipment fails before you take action. Here at Swift, we can professionally service your equipment frequently to ensure your operations remain at peak performance. Not only will this keep your business running smoothly, it will also minimise the risk of disruption and potential loss of income.


With accredited technicians situated throughout the UK, we aim to be by your side within four hours of your call. To book an appointment or find out more information about our service and repair, give us a call today: 0121 505 4001.

Health and Safety Factors For Kitchen Design and Installation

Meeting health and safety requirements is an essential consideration when designing and installing a new kitchen and equipment. Making sure all bases are covered will take a lot of planning beforehand, and with new COVID-19 restrictions, there’s even more to think about – ensuring you’re social distancing and providing the right hygiene measures is crucially important.

We’ve put together some health and safety factors to consider for kitchen design and installation to make staff and customers feel safe at all times.

Ventilation

It’s common sense that a safe kitchen needs the correct ventilation to maintain the right temperature, but with a refurbishment, it’s crucial that it remains a highly important factor of your kitchen. The right ventilation will not only make food preparation areas safe for kitchen staff, but will also make the temperate more bearable too. 

There is an increasing need to maintain and improve hygiene standards and reduce fire hazards within kitchens, and ventilation is the key to getting it right.  We have over 4 decades experience in the design, manufacture and installation of all types of commercial kitchen and industrial ventilation systems, so we’re the best people to speak to!

Space and flow of a kitchen

Every stage of the cooking process should be considered when designing and installing a commercial kitchen and equipment. If space is an issue in your kitchen, then the risks will certainly be increased if you don’t make the most of it. Space and flow issues, especially with fresh food and waste, can be a breeding ground for bacteria.

However, a smaller space doesn’t mean the end of the world – you just need clever design. It can be hard to organise and transform a space when you don’t have much to work with, but that’s why our design team is here! We’ve designed countless kitchens, big and small, to ensure the flow of your kitchen works for your staff with protective measures in place to protect against COVID-19.

Up to date equipment

Is it about time you started looking into new pieces of equipment or upgrades on older equipment? If you’re in need of a new commercial kitchen, it makes sense to consider what you need and how you can make your food preparation space more efficient. Not only will equipment in tip-top condition make food taste better and keep your kitchen staff more organised, but newer equipment or serviced equipment can save your kitchen money and energy in the long run.

When your ventilation or catering equipment malfunctions, you can always rely on Swift Maintenance to get your operations back up and running again as smoothly as possible. With accredited technicians situated throughout the UK, we aim to be by your side within four hours of your call.

General safety and cleanliness

Of course, when you have new equipment installed, you need to ensure you take care of it properly. Daily cleaning of equipment is mandatory to keep a kitchen safe and removing any hazards in the environment will also assist in doing so. Make sure you can keep up with the demands of everything a new kitchen install brings before you commit to ensure you get the most of it.

Need help with your next design/install project?

Choose Swift for your kitchen design and installation project and receive the most professional and cost-effective approach. We have been in the industry for more than 40 years and have built up a strong reputation for quality and design. For more details on how we can help you, contact us today and book an appointment.

New Year, New Kitchen: 2021 Trends and Beyond

A brand new year seems like the perfect time to spruce up your commercial kitchen and make sure it is fit for purpose, especially in the new normal. Whether you’re in desperate need of some new kitchen equipment to keep staff safe and working efficiently, or you’re looking into a full kitchen refurbishment, we can help you get there.

Even though we can’t all enjoy restaurants to the fullest at the moment, some are still opening for takeaway, and are still functioning in order to not only serve customers, but to keep their business afloat in these troubling times. Here are some kitchen trends for 2021 and beyond, and exactly how Swift can help make your kitchen design dreams a reality.

Express/Ghost kitchens

As more and more kitchens are forced into take away only service, it’s inevitable that we’ll see a rise in the amount of express or ghost kitchens. These kitchens are specifically designed for takeaway only service, but, depending on the establishment, may allow diners to collect orders. With social distancing and lockdown measures in place for the UK, the rise of these kitchens is inevitable for the future, but for just how much longer remains unknown.

Customer pick up areas

With predictions of collection maintaining its popularity into 2021 after the current lockdown, it’s inevitable that restaurant kitchens will need to incorporate pick up areas for their customers. These areas will need to keep social distancing measures in mind and also make it easy for customers to swiftly collect their orders and be on their way. We predict this will be the norm for the foreseeable future!

Drive thru ordering

Drive thru order and pick up has been the norm for a handful of fast food restaurants for a while, particularly McDonald’s who opened their first in the UK in the mid 80’s. Even though many current restaurants don’t have the capacity to incorporate a drive thru service, that doesn’t mean to say new-build restaurants and kitchens won’t. We can probably predict that a variety of new restaurant builds may opt for additional drive thru capacity just to ensure they keep on retaining custom whatever the future holds for the current pandemic. 

Dining pods

Moving away from kitchens slightly and more into dining, we can probably expect to see a lot of change with how diners enjoy their meals while eating in a restaurant. For customers to feel safer eating out, restaurants will have to plan ahead if they want to retain custom and entice customers back when lockdown has eased. Dining pods are looking to become the norm, shielding diners from one another whilst making them feel comfortable and safe at all times.

Other things to think about

When reopening your kitchen in 2021, attention to detail in this new normal is what will ensure you succeed. Here are some of the things you’ll want to consider to make things run as smoothly as possible.

Make the most of your space

Gone are the days when small kitchens meant limitations in service. These days, with advanced technology and design software, we can measure up the space you have and help you make the most of it. Clever, compact design and equipment can transform smaller kitchen spaces and give you abilities you never thought you needed. Speak to us if you’d like to see what’s possible!

Care for the environment

New catering equipment is much more environmentally friendly than old equipment you may have had for some time. Out with the old and in with the new will most definitely get you on the way to saving money and energy. Here at Swift, we can not only help you create an efficient kitchen space to work in, but also help you choose the right equipment to fill it with. 

How can Swift help you?

Swift Maintenance offers commercial kitchen design, installation and maintenance throughout the UK. For the past 40 years, we’ve been helping businesses in commercial kitchen installations, catering and refrigeration equipment, air conditioning and kitchen ventilation systems
We’ve helped our clients build, expand and maintain their operation by advising, designing and delivering future proof solutions that meet and exceed their needs. If we can help you meet your kitchen goals for 2021 and beyond, give Swift a call today: 0121 505 4001.

Which Combi Oven Is Best For Your Kitchen?

It goes without saying that the commercial oven is an essential element of professional kitchen equipment. An appliance that meets your demands as well as providing the type of cooking you need proves invaluable in a commercial kitchen, but getting it right requires a bit of thought. How can you ensure you’re choosing the right combi oven for your commercial kitchen?

Even though the main job of combination ovens are the same, there are different features and specifications available to ensure you get the most out of yours. We’ve put together a few things to consider before you settle on a specific oven – as always, if you need any further assistance, speak to the Swift experts by calling us on 0121 505 4001.

Freestanding/Countertop

This is a consideration when looking at the size of your kitchen. If you have limited free space or a smaller kitchen, a countertop model may be your best bet. Bigger kitchens with a high demand for service will most definitely need a bigger, freestanding option. No matter which option you choose, there are many ovens to choose from to suit your needs.

Holding capacity and controls

Knowing how often your combi oven will be used and the volume of meals being prepared will help when identifying the ideal holding capacity for your new oven. Observe the number of orders and how many meals are being distributed, so you know how much needs to be prepared simultaneously.

The controls for your combi oven will also depend on the complexity of your menu. Automated controls that are programmed into the oven will come at a greater expense, but are often needed for more precise cooking. Manual controls from a chef will provide a more personalised touch, but of course, there is still room for human error.

Ease of cleanliness

Kitchens can be hectic environments and when cleaning time comes around, you need to be able to do your duties quickly and effectively. With many modern combi ovens for commercial kitchens boasting advanced technology, self cleaning features are becoming more common, saving time and resources. However, most ovens have an easy clean guide to help reduce the time it takes to get an oven ready for its next service.

Budgets

The price you pay for your commercial combi oven will vary depending on the needs of your kitchen. However, if you can afford the investment, your new oven will prove to be very worthwhile, as it will save time, money and resources in the long run by performing cooking tasks with ease, and being something you use with each and every kitchen service.

If you have any questions about costing or all the options that are available to you when purchasing your oven, get in touch with the team.

Rely on Swift for the best combi ovens for your kitchen

The right oven will depend on your business and needs. We select commercial kitchen equipment that is high-quality and able to withstand the demands of busy food service. If you’re in need of a new combi oven upgrade or even additional ovens for a thriving kitchen, get in touch with the team at Swift today on 0121 505 4001 or use our contact form here.

Commercial Design For Care Home Kitchens

It’s crucially important for care home kitchens to be well designed to ensure that they work for a specific home. Here at Swift, we understand that each care home is different, each with different sized and shaped spaces to work with. Not only that, but the regular need to serve hot meals to residents must be considered too. It can be a tricky job, but that’s exactly why we’re here – and we’ve got the best team to help make care home kitchen visions a reality!

There are a number of steps we take to ensure that our commercial design for care home kitchens meets the needs of the care home staff, making their jobs safer and more effective.

Meeting hygiene criteria

Now more than ever, care homes need to be thoroughly protected from the spread of germs as many residents will be in a vulnerable category. Our commercial design for your care home kitchen will take this into account and ensure that surfaces and equipment are easy to clean and suitable for frequent cleaning and disinfecting. It’s also important to remember handwashing facilities and sanitising stations too, for both staff and residents.

If you need any help or advice for what your care home kitchen should include, speak to Team Swift.

Maximising space

In the past, we’ve managed to help many establishments make the most of their available space and to create a kitchen environment that works for them. See our refurb of the Duke of York, Litchfield here,where we came up with a cost-effective way of giving their kitchen a much needed makeover. Our design team are experts when it comes to maximising space to ensure you get the most out of it. Give us a call if we can help your visions come to life.

Storage and equipment

Depending on the size of your care home, you may need more storage space for equipment and food, and thankfully, we’re experts in space saving design. Our team will closely liaise with you in order to establish your goals and specifications, and we’ll then guide you throughout the whole process, selecting the finest kitchen equipment and installing them to ensure your kitchen never lets you down.

For more information about exactly what we can bring to your new design, see our catering equipment supply.

Comfortable environments

A lot of the time, care home staff who look after residents day in, day out are also the kitchen staff, so a kitchen environment needs to be as comfortable and as bearable as possible. We offer commercial kitchen ventilation to ensure your staff members remain cool while preparing hot dishes for residents.

Looking for help with your care home kitchen design project?

We are a kitchen design team that offers a complete service, from the initial concept through to the finished project. With more than four decades’ experience in the industry, we can turn your care home kitchen visions into a reality. Whether you are looking for a small upgrade or to completely redesign your kitchen, our talented team will give you the best service and products available.

Call the Swift team today on 0121 505 4001 for more information.

Common Maintenance Issues In The Commercial Kitchen

Even though it can be a tough job, it’s one of those jobs that needs to be done; maintenance. A commercial kitchen can be a busy place, and maintenance can sometimes take a back seat when there’s food preparation to be done and customers to serve. It can also be difficult to know how to do it the right way to ensure equipment works as it should and your kitchen flows well.

The right maintenance in your kitchen can help save money and energy in the long run, so to make sure you don’t neglect your kitchen, we’ve put together some common maintenance issues in the commercial kitchen, some of which may seem very familiar!

Lack of cleaning

Grease build-up is inevitable if you don’t regularly clean your equipment, and this build-up can pose so many problems later down the line, such as component breakdown or the slowing of equipment when in use. For the best possible results, you should get a professional clean at least once every six months, and ensure you also clean equipment yourself regularly. For more information about Service and Repair from Swift, get in touch with our friendly team.

Your ventilation system

Not only can your kitchen equipment and appliances gather a build-up of leftover food and grease, but your ventilation system can suffer too. You may notice a change in the airflow in your kitchen, which is a sign your ventilation may be struggling to work at its best. Again, a professional clean is best to not only ensure your ventilation is running smoothly, but it also eliminates the need for extensive manual cleaning yourself. Get in touch if we can help!

Not replacing parts

Equipment doesn’t last forever and prolonged use can really take its toll on certain components. If your equipment is starting to slow down, or you notice that some of your components are deteriorating, it’s always best to organise replacements before a breakdown is imminent. This will ensure equipment can always be running, instead of forcing your kitchen to close because you have equipment that has broken down. Not the best thing to happen at the lunchtime rush!

Failing to implement a maintenance plan

It’s all well and good ensuring your equipment is clean for a day or two, but are you keeping up with your maintenance efforts through a schedule? Having a maintenance plan encourages whoever is responsible for this area of your business to ensure regular maintenance checks are carried out and can prevent a breakdown of your equipment. A schedule can help keep your entire kitchen running efficiently and most importantly, make sure your customers are given the service they deserve!

Need a little maintenance help?

When your ventilation or catering equipment malfunctions, you can always rely on Swift Maintenance to get your operations back up and running again as smoothly as possible. With accredited technicians situated throughout the UK, we aim to be by your side within four hours of your call if required.

Get in touch with us by calling 0121 505 4001 or by using the contact form on our website.

Ventilation For Kitchens Reopening After The Pandemic

It’s not the first time that kitchens across the country have had to close their doors due to the ongoing global pandemic, and here we are again wondering when things will be back to normal. With tougher restrictions meaning many foodservice establishments are closed once again, we should be making the most of this time, and putting plans into place for when it is safe to reopen.

Kitchen ventilation is something that may often be overlooked, but without regular usage, it could cause a whole lot of problems when your kitchen is fired up again. What are some of the points you should keep in mind when reopening a kitchen and how can you ensure your ventilation system is working as it should be?

Using ventilation after being idle

If a commercial kitchen has been closed for a while, appliances and ventilation may not have been touched since the last time you were serving food. Not only is the lack of use a problem, but over time, it will have gathered dust, meaning that if you want a perfectly working system, you’ll need to invest time, and potentially money, into giving your ventilation system a good clean before it’s used again.

Filters may also need to be changed and to make sure the job is done properly and safely, we’d always recommend getting a professional out to do the job for you. Our services include planned preventative maintenance for ventilation systems, so if you have any questions or have a job for us, get in touch.

Improving ventilation during the pandemic

With coronavirus spreading so easily, transmission through ventilation may have crossed your mind. With news of an outbreak through air conditioning in China, it’s become a worry for some that ventilation systems may not be the best idea. However, without ventilation, restaurants and kitchens pose an ever bigger risk of transmission, preventing fresh air from entering, and confining any trace of the virus in one space.

The right ventilation is so important to maintain a comfortable working environment, even in current times. Talk to the Swift team for help and advice about the best options for you, and just how we can help with all your ventilation needs.

What steps should kitchens working through takeaway and delivery services take?

Of course, if you’ve regularly been using your ventilation system through takeaway and delivery preparation, you won’t need to take immediate action. It’s still important to ensure your system is clean regularly to ensure the whole system is working as it should. If we can help shed a little light on the situation and give you some advice, we’re always available for a chat.

Can we help with your ventilation needs?

We have over four decades experience in the design, manufacture and installation of all types of commercial kitchen and industrial ventilation systems, as well as planned preventative maintenance. We offer nationwide coverage and our aim is to provide a complete service. For more information about what we do or if you need any ventilation advice, get in touch with us by calling 0121 505 4001 or by using the contact form on our website.