Grease Trap Role & Replacement
Without a properly functioning grease trap, your business or home will end up experiencing a buildup of grease and other oily, solid materials that slowly erode the integrity of your plumbing systems. Grease traps come in many different forms, requiring varying solutions to fix any sort of issue; though, sometimes all that is required is grease trap cleaning. Considering how quickly grease and solids can accumulate within systems, it’s best to correct any problem as soon as possible.
One of the most common problems that arise through grease trap malfunctions is the blockage of drains and pipes that are meant to separate heavier grease and solid materials from the regular flow. If the system can’t handle large amounts of thick, greasy materials, the overflow can result in untreated waste materials spilling out of plumbing systems, including nasty organic waste filled with bacteria. Preventing this plumbing catastrophe is an easy task for our grease trap repair experts.