Grease Trap Cleaning
A-Absolute Plumbing and Drain has helped commercial customers maintain and repair their grease traps for over 20 years. Using our simple but effective service approach, we help companies comply with municipal codes while disposing of excess grease and fat. Our frequent visits ensure that your grease, fats, and oils don’t get into your sewer drain-preventing disastrous clogs, sewage backups, and serious health code violations. We will check all of this during our grease trap cleaning service.
Grease Trap Cleaning Company
- Remove all grease in compliance with local codes
- Thoroughly clean your grease trap to ensure efficiency
- Inspect your inlet and outlet pipes, cleaning as necessary
- Make any necessary repairs at a low, flat-rate price
A-Absolute has been the #1 commercial plumbing service in New Jersey for over 20 years because we understand what it takes to make customers happy. We respond quickly to calls, we always have a live plumbing contractor standing by 24/7, and we provide high-quality, durable solutions that save you money. Contact us for a free estimate on grease trap installation or grease trap cleaning!
What is the purpose of grease trap cleaning?
Grease trap cleaning is an important part of keeping your kitchen safe and effective. Grease trap cleaning gets rid of all the old grease, oil, food, and any other waste that accumulates in the trap. Your grease trap helps prevents clogs in your kitchen’s plumbing system by catching all the solid grease waste that gets discarded after cooking. It also helps prevent mold, mildew, and bacteria from building up.
How often should you clean your grease traps?
The frequency of cleaning a grease trap depends on the usage. As a rule of thumb, it should be cleaned out when it reaches 1/4 of its capacity. This will be around every 1-3 months, depending on its usage.
What happens if you don’t clean a grease trap?
If you don’t keep your grease trap clean, the overflow grease will back up to the sewer. This can clog up your pipes, eventually leading to a larger mess and more of a headache to get it fixed in the end.