Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Omni Pro, Inc. Meets Facebook

Omni Pro, Inc. has joined the social networking community over at Facebook.

We hope to list important or new information from time to time on our site. Come and 'like' us.

Angela Claeson
Omni Pro, Inc.

Monday, February 22, 2010

New Website Address and Email for OmniPro, Inc.

I'm proud to announce that OmniPro, Inc. has a new web address on the internet.

You can email OmniPro, Inc. regarding our services listed below at

  • commercial exhaust hood cleaning
  • air duct and ventilation system cleaning
  • laundry exhaust cleaning

OmniPro, Inc. continues to lead the commercial exhaust and air duct cleaning industry throughout the New England area.

Angela Claeson, General Manager
OmniPro, Inc.

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

City of Boston Certification Congratulatons

Omni Pro, Inc. would like to extend it's congratulations to Francis "Frank" Elliott on his recent certification.

Frank received his City of Boston Registered Cleaners Commercial Cooking Hood and Ventilation Systems Certification.

Job well done!

Angela Claeson, General Manager
Omni Pro, Inc.

Thursday, May 21, 2009

2009 NFPA Conference

Everything you need to know about the conference can be found here: The NFPA Conference is being held in Chicago, IL, from June 8-11, 2009. For even more great and up-to-date NFPA information, check out their blog.

Angela Claeson
Omni Pro, Inc.

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Extinguishers for Commercial Kitchens

Restaurant fire suppression systems will not suppress fryer fires properly if ABC-rated fire extinguishers are used before or during the activation of kitchen suppression systems.

ABC-rated extinguishers can have a detrimental effect on the suppression of oil and grease fires in commercial kitchens. Although this fact has been known for decades, ABC-rated fire extinguishers continue to be used in commercial kitchens.

These extinguishers should be replaced with Class K portable fire extinguishers.

Angela Claeson
Omni Pro, Inc.

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Dust and Your Ventilation System

What an excellent article, Dust – When a nuisance becomes deadly, that the NFPA Journal® published in its November/December 2008 Issue written by Amy Beasley Spencer!

In fact, it’s so great that Omni Pro, Inc., is sharing it with everyone here.

The article discusses how dust can be deadly as we all learned on February 7, 2008, from the Imperial Sugar plant explosion and the Malden Mills explosion and fire on December 11, 1995.
Dust is a serious hazard. Don’t let it build up in your ducts and ventilation system.

Contact Omni Pro, Inc., and we will clean your ducts/vents ensuring your safety in accordance with NFPA Standards.

Angela Claeson
General Manager, Omni Pro, Inc.

Thursday, January 29, 2009

Omni Pro Bolstered by Brown University Testimonial

Brown University
Dining Services
Box 1936
Providence, RI 02912
September 29, 2008

To whom it may concern:
This is a letter of recommendation for OmniServe Inc., a kitchen exhaust cleaning business. Omni has been working with us here at Brown University Dining Services for over two years and we could not be any happier with the results.
Brown University Dining Services operates multiple dining halls on campus. We were not happy with the previous exhaust cleaning company we were doing business with and decided to look for a new company to help us with the difficult task of keeping our facilities clean and safe.
We called Omni and Manager, Angela Claeson, met with us, toured our facilities and came back to us with a written proposal and cleaning schedule that was both comprehensive and professional. We were very impressed with her presentation and decided to give her company an opportunity to clean one unit and then we would make a decision based on this first encounter.
OmniServe’s staff demonstrated both knowledge and skill at their job. They not only did a superior job of the actual duct cleaning, but took great care in keeping the rest of our facility clean and protected while they worked. After they performed their tasks, the foreman made recommendations, wrote a report of the work his staff had done and sent a copy of his report to the Fire Marshall. The OmniServe staff went above and beyond our expectations and have been cleaning and servicing our exhaust systems ever since.
It goes without saying that in my opinion, OmniServe Inc., would be an asset to any commercial cooking operation and that they have my highest recommendation. If I can provide any further information or if I can answer any questions concerning OmniServe’s integrity or work ethic, please don’t hesitate to call me at (401) 863-1686 .