Grease Trap Cleaning
Running a busy kitchen in any restaurant or food service requires a lot of maintenance in addition to the all-important food preparation. The grease trap is one of the most important cleaning jobs. All commercial kitchens require clean, working grease traps to keep grease from dishwashers and sinks out of the drain lines. If you are worried about clogged grease traps, contact The Drain Doctor. Whether you are a hotel, chain restaurant, or small business, we can help with efficient grease trap cleaning services in Calgary.
Before you lose money to unnecessary penalties, call The Drain Doctor for commercial grease trap cleaning services. A sure sign of grease pit trouble is when your drains back up frequently. You can also look-out for some of these telling signs:
To properly diagnose the problem, we recommend a visual inspection of the pit. We can also help determine how frequently the pit needs cleaning based on your plant’s production. For information and to schedule service, call our 24/7 answering service and speak to one of our professionals.
Most grease traps should be cleaned every 1 to 2 months, depending on your grease trap size and how busy your kitchen is. Avoid disaster with The Drain Doctor’s FREE preventative grease trap cleaning services in Calgary tailored to your needs.
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Is a sink draining slowly? Call The Drain Doctor to perform the essential grease trap cleaning regularly and properly. To ensure the grease trap is draining properly, our technicians follow each important step with every cleaning:
The Drain Doctor technicians know from experience that an improperly maintained grease trap will fail quickly, causing backups that can cost your business time and money.
Our grease trap cleaning procedures and waste disposal are all environmentally friendly. No harsh chemicals are used in the cleaning process. All grease waste is properly disposed of in an eco-friendly manner.
Local authorities require a grease trap to prevent oil and fat from getting into the sewer system.
A grease trap holds on to hot greasy water until it cools down. The grease then separates and floats on top of the trap.