Motor Fan Repair and Replacement

When a motor stops, let Elite Hood Cleaning determine if a replacement is needed or if it can be repaired.

What’s that noise?

Are you hearing strange noises from your vent hood? Whirring, clattering, grinding, or banging? Is your vent not sucking up the smoke and exhaust the way it should be? That sounds like a problem with your motor fan. 

It’s important to take care of the problem before “a little noise” becomes “no noise at all” - i.e., a broken fan or motor. Having a broken fan means your vent is not working, and if your vent is not working, your entire operation can come to a screeching halt. In addition to unpleasant smells, smoke, and grease building up in the kitchen and drifting into the front of house, it is a safety violation and you can be fined or even shut down entirely. 

Scheduling maintenance visits with Elite Hood Cleaning can prevent such a disaster. Regular preventive maintenance can take care of your kitchen and your business, saving you time, money, and headaches. It takes more than meets the eye to maintain the motor fan in your system. For example, recommendation for exhaust fans with bearings is to grease them every three months for optimal performance.

Why choose Elite Hood Cleaning?

Our trained, qualified, and experienced repair techs are able to do all your motor fan repairs and even replacements, if necessary. 

During regular maintenance visits, we will listen for noises and vibrations, test the belts for proper tension, make sure the fan and belts are in proper alignment, lubricate the necessary parts, check wiring and fan blades for wear, and clean the entire fan assembly and motor.  

Unfortunately, seemingly random breakdowns can occur without warning. Luckily, Elite Hood Cleaning offers emergency services, as well. We stock a wide variety of parts and brands, so in most cases, we can fix your problem immediately. 

Contact us today for a free quote! (414) 939-4393

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