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Warrenton VA Restaurant Grease Trap Cleaning

Are you in need of Warrenton VA restaurant grease trap cleaning services?  If you’ve been doing the hard, messy work of keeping the trap cleaned yourself, then you’re almost certainly looking for a way to outsource its care, cleaning and maintenance, because it really is an awful, messy job.

The problem is, your grease trap is really important, and if it’s not properly maintained, it could cause your business to shut down, so this isn’t something you want to leave to chance.  You need an expert you can trust on your side.  That’s us.

We’re Warrenton VA’s #1 restaurant grease trap cleaning service company, and we’ve got you covered.  We’ve been proudly serving the region since 1977, and we built our reputation by exceeding the expectations of each and every customer we serve.

So what can you expect when you call us to schedule your Warrenton VA restaurant grease trap cleaning service?  Our process works like this:

First, we’ll pump the trap and completely empty it of grease, sludge, and other materials that have found their way into it.  Once that’s done, we’ll give the trap and its baffles a thorough cleaning.  Then, we’ll turn the system back on and test it to be sure that all waste and water is flowing into the trap as it should be, and finally, we’ll properly dispose of the materials we pumped out.

That’s bullet-proof, end to end service that leaves you with one less thing to worry about.  No headaches, and no hassles.  What’s not to like about that?

Under ideal circumstances, you should have your grease trap pumped out every four to six weeks, but if your employees aren’t educated on the trap’s operation, do’s and don’ts, you may need our service more frequently.  Here are a few things to be sure your employees know, if you’re hoping to stick close to the every 4-6 week schedule:

  • Boiling water should never be introduced into the trap, either by pouring it in directly, or by connecting a dishwasher to the trap. The water will dissolve the grease allowing it to escape the system and defeating its purpose
  • Chemicals and additives (including bleach and chemical drain cleaners) should never be introduced into the trap
  • Sinks with garbage disposals attached to them should never be connected to the grease trap

If you and your staff avoid doing these things, then you should have no problems sticking to the 4-6 week schedule.

It’s a tough, messy job, but someone’s got to do it.  We’ve got decades of experience, and are more than happy to handle your periodic grease trap cleaning and maintenance for you.  Give us a call and schedule your appointment today.  You’ll be very glad you did.

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