You Shouldn’t Have to Plug Your Nose in Your Own Kitchen Get Your Grease Trap Cleaned!

Written by Dionne. Posted in Clearing clogged drains, Commercial grease trap, When to hire a plumber

Commercial plumber

It is common to hear about grease traps at commercial establishments, such as restaurants, pubs, and cafeterias. Heavy duty grease traps are essential in these places because fats, oils, and grease (FOG) build up in large quantities. These eateries also require routine grease trap maintenance to ensure that waste water does not back up and cause a sewage over flow.

But in a residential home, grease trap maintenance is just as important. In a house, grease traps are often located under the kitchen sink, and are typically smaller units that only process about 50 gallons of water per minute, or less. This plumbing device is usually located near the water flow valve. The w