Do the steaks you cook taste like last week's chicken?
Then you need The Grill Man stainless steel grill degreasing*.
The Grill Man offers the best grill service, repair and degreasing in the Coachella Valley.
I am the only factory trained and certified grill service tech in the Coachella Valley. When we degrease your grill, I take all of the grill components out, warming rack, cooking grates, flame tamers and rock grates, and burners. I remove all the brackets and the hood so that the grill can be completely degreased, I make any necessary repairs that are needed and you can be confident that I can put the grill back together properly when we are finished.
*degreasing is the process of removing the grease build-up from inside and outside the grill, heavy carbon deposits are no longer grease and may not completely be removed.
Grill degreasing starts at $350.00* and goes up depending on the size of the grill and how badly the grease and carbon build-up is in the grill.
We accept cash or check for our grill degreasing services.
*Does not include cost of parts if repairs are needed.
What you get for your money.
Free inspection and diagnosis, prior to degreasing.
If your grill is not working properly, I will inspect it and order any parts needed to repair it. I will have the parts when we degrease the grill and will repair your grill when it is degreased, there will be no additional labor charge for making the repairs.
A minimum of 2 people working on your grill.
Complete removal of all internal components and the grill hood to degrease everything.
Everything the Grill Man uses to degrease the inside of your grill is completely biodegradable and 100% non-toxic. We have the MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheets) on our products. We also have specialized products that will remove the black soot deposits and other stains from the outside of your grill. Most other companies will spray on some polish and wipe it off, leaving the stains and soot behind.
Our process uses just enough water to rinse away the products we use inside and outside your grill. Steam cleaners can use as much as 5 gallons of water per minute. Where does this mixture of grease and water end up? Inside your island? On your patio deck? It is difficult, if not impossible, to control and catch that amount of water.
Don't settle for companies that will clean "as far as they can reach" or only clean the "top of the cooking grates", this is just being lazy, or worse, not knowing how to take things apart and put them back together properly.