Some of the commercial kitchen ventilation clients we serve include airports, restaurants, schools, retail, shopping centers, mixed-use facilities, grocery stores, and senior living communities.

The kitchen is the heart and soul of a commercial cooking operation.

The right kitchen ventilation system should capture harmful contaminants, improve air quality, and do so without wasting energy. It should balance the air in the kitchen and support the building’s overall heating, ventilating, and air conditioning system (HVAC).

Commercial kitchens provide a means of preparing food in large quantities for the public. Because of this high volume, large-scale cooking establishments require proper design, construction, operation and maintenance of ventilation systems. When all of a ventilation system’s various components work together harmoniously in such establishments, the system helps control temperature, humidity, and airflow while protecting patrons and employees by improving indoor air quality and minimizing potential hazards.

Commercial exhaust hoods are essential to the safe operation of any commercial kitchen. Some kitchen hood systems are designed to remove hot air, steam, and smoke, while other exhaust hoods use filters to remove grease and food particles. Restaurant ventilation regulations require that commercial kitchens use proper venting systems that are in line with local codes.

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Our completed kitchen ventilation projects include:



located in Terminal E at George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH), Houston, TX — Gate E2

With its meat cooked on-site and an eye-catching exhaust system, Houston’s Q is a first-class joint. Developed by Chef Greg Gatlin, Q’s menu includes Texas barbeque staples such as brisket, ribs, and Texas sausage. A glass-enclosed smoke room and on-site pitmaster carving the Q serve as unique elements highlighting the culture of classic Texas BBQ.


located in Terminal E at George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH), Houston, TX — Gate E23

Showcasing local ingredients and the carving excellence of its chefs, Tanglewood Grille draws inspiration from the city of Houston itself. Diners can enjoy awe-inspiring dishes, including hand cut steaks, build-your-own burgers, fresh seafood and farm-to-table greens. Tanglewood Grille also offers classic cocktails and a variety of craft beers.