We can help you maintain your grease trap with consistent pumping.
Grease traps are essential for any commercial kitchen, working quietly behind the scenes to keep grease and oil from wreaking havoc on plumbing systems and local wastewater treatment plants. But, like many things, they need to be serviced regularly to work well. At A&B Septic Services, Inc., we offer grease trap pumping as part of our grease trap services.
The primary function of a grease trap is to catch and collect food, oil, and grease from wastewater before it goes into the sewer system. Over time, these build up and cause blockages, leading to backed-up sinks and sewers. This can lead to expensive plumbing fixes when the system isn’t properly maintained. Our team can provide consistent grease trap pumping so that these items build up less, helping you reduce the chance of plumbing problems and keep your kitchen running smoothly.
Additionally, keeping things clean and following health regulations is a must in the food service business. Without grease trap pumping services, there may be bad smells, dirty conditions, and health code violations. This can lead to significant fines, temporary closures, and damage to the image of your business.
Grease trap pumping is also good for the environment. When food, oil, and grease enter the sewer system, they can solidify and block pipes, which causes sewage to spill out or back up. Spills like these can dirty rivers, hurt aquatic life, and upset ecosystems in the area.
While you may be hesitant about regular grease trap pumping, this essential maintenance service saves you money as it reduces the cost of plumbing repairs and other expenses that might arise without it. Contact our team today if you’re curious to learn more about this service and others we provide here in Greensboro, North Carolina.
At A&B Septic Services, Inc., we offer grease trap pumping services for customers in Greensboro, Mebane, Graham, Burlington, Winston-Salem, Jamestown, Kernersville, Oak Ridge, Summerfield, and High Point, North Carolina.