Commercial Grease Trap Maintenance Tips
As a commercial property owner, it is vital to make sure your grease trap is properly maintained. In fact, when grease traps are not properly maintained, they can become a serious threat to your business. Commercial grease traps should be cleaned like any other standard appliance and need to be properly pumped to make sure it is functioning at its best potential. With constant use, grease traps constantly fill up with grease, oils, and other harmful solids that need to be removed from the trap so they do not enter your wastewater disposal system. Maintenance tips for your Phoenix grease trap include not pouring harmful chemicals down your drain, getting your grease trap regularly pumped, and having a member of our team come out to your property to inspect your grease trap to make sure that it does not have any additional problems.
How to Avoid Grease Trap Failure
Straining devices need to be installed in concurrence with your grease trap to prevent solids from entering the tank. Drains, dishwashers, garbage disposals, and sinks are all connected. It’s hard to remember, but it’s simple: a busy workflow paired with poor prevention habits will result in eventual commercial kitchen failure. If you haven’t already, advise employees and all users of the commercial kitchen area to mind basic maintenance of the kitchen drains and grease traps. If you are interested in having a grease trap installed separately from other kitchen devices, talk to Mr. Rooter Plumbing about reinstallation services today.
Additionally, schedule a professional grease trap pump and drain cleaning when your grease trap tank is ¼ of the way full. Fats, oils, grease, and solids are difficult to get rid of in large amounts. Calling a technician will not only get rid of the grease in the tank. Talk with a Mr. Rooter Plumbing agent about professional grease trap repair and cleaning service today. Grease trap maintenance helps ensure that your tank will not become clogged, overflow, or disturb the flow of your workday. Ask a technician about installing grease trap strainers in sinks, floor drains, or dishwashers. The fewer solids that enter the grease trap tank, the better.
Mr. Rooter Plumbing serves several locations across the country, including:
- Arrowhead, AZ
- Chandler, AZ
- Gilbert, AZ
- Glendale, AZ
- Paradise Valley, AZ
- Peoria, AZ
- Sun City, AZ
- Tempe, AZ
Call Mr. Rooter for Grease Trap Repair in Phoenix Today
At Mr. Rooter Plumbing, our team suggests seasonal service for grease trap maintenance and provides emergency service for grease trap repair. Don’t try to fix a broken grease trap on your own. Clogged grease traps are gunky and can become rancid. Let one of our technicians help get your commercial grease trap running again today. Call an agent to request seasonal services, and keep your kitchen running strong all year. Our technicians in Phoenix look forward to working with you.