Commercial Kitchen Ventilation NYC Restaurants Trust

Master Fire Prevention is your the one stop source for the commercial kitchen ventilation NYC restaurant owners trust.

We are a certified and UL compliant commercial kitchen hood dealer and sheet metal fabricator. We also have in stock, a variety of pre-fabricated stainless steel duct products.

After more than fifty years servicing New York City’s top restaurants, bars, hotels and venues, our kitchen hood installation team knows the ins and outs of assessing, designed, customizing, installing, testing, inspecting and servicing the commercial ventilation hoods and duct systems we install.

Our state certified contractors & licensed technicians get the job done swiftly & cost efficient. Our technicians also provide service on all hoods, fans, heated make-up air units and air cleaners. Plus HVAC testing and balancing.

We fabricate and install commercial kitchen ventilation systems and pollution control systems for restaurants, cafeterias, laundromats and any type of commercial kitchen. We offer quality services at competitive prices. We also build custom stainless steel tables, wall shelves, dishwasher tables, double shelves, steam tables, back splashes, equipment stands and much more.

Commercial Architectural & Engineer Designs
We also offer commercial architectural and engineer designs for restaurants. This includes mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and hoods. Call us for a free estimate.

Commercial Kitchen Ventilation NYC Restaurant
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This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. dave 'paco' abraham

    I’m in a small 8 unit building in Flatbush (337 Lincoln Road) and we just had an FDNY inspection for our boiler and building. The gentleman who came told us we needed an inspection tag on our fire extinguisher in the basement. I am curious how soon you might have someone available to check it for inspection and what that fee would run.

  2. admin

    Hi Dave,

    I’m sorry but it appears your comment on our blog fell through the cracks. It was been insanely busy over the holidays. We’re just catching now and if you would like to call me personally, please do at (718) 828-6424 and ask for Peter Martinez. Or email me directly at

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