Welcome to KCFM
The home of commercial kitchen cleaning
Based in the North West of England, KCFM is a facilities management company specialising in a range of services including commercial kitchen deep cleaning, extraction cleaning, and duct cleaning.
We operate across Merseyside, Lancashire, Cheshire and Greater Manchester. KCFM has the expertise to efficiently manage large scale projects and contracts across multiple sites.
With over 15 years of experience, we’ve got the skills and knowledge to ensure that all jobs are carried out to the highest possible standard, and completed on time. We believe in getting it right first time.
What our customers are saying
We are proud to work with a diverse range of clients across the North West.
With specialist knowledge in a number of industries, we are best placed to deliver the right services in the most cost effective manner.
Trusted by schools and universities alike, KCFM works with a large number of educational establishments. We offer a range of services, from kitchen cleaning, to window cleaning, and equipment maintenance.
We work with a range of leisure facilities, including golf clubs and sports centres. Services are delivered with minimal disruption, and to the highest standard so that you can meet the expectations of your guests.
Our exceptional customer service makes us a firm favourite with care homes and assisted living establishments. For commercial kitchen cleaning in care homes, KCFM is the perfect choice.
Business and Industry
We are specialists in extraction cleaning in manufacturing, and high level factory and warehouse cleaning. We also have a record of delivering outstanding results after fire damage.
Commercial Kitchen Cleaning Compliance
We provide TR19 standard cleaning levels guided by COSHH regulations 2002 to all our clients and certificates are supplied upon completion of work.
Working with KCFM gives you the peace of mind that you stay compliant with your insurance company and meet all fire risk assessment requirements. We also help you to meet the required standards in relevant health and safety legislation, as well as local authority standards (Environmental Health Office Program ‘scores on the doors’).