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Woodbridge VA Grease Pit Cleaning

Woodbridge VA grease pit cleaning is a lot like grease pit cleaning everywhere else.  It’s messy.  It’s hard.  It smells bad, and it’s absolutely essential to your restaurant’s survival.  Ideally, you’ll want to have your grease trap cleaned out about every 4-6 weeks.  Any less than that and you run the risk of having the system back up on you, which will shut your business down for several days, angering your customers and costing you money.  Not a happy situation.

Given the importance of the lowly grease trap, maintaining it isn’t something you want to entrust to just anyone.  You need a trusted expert on your side with years of experience.  When it comes to Woodbridge VA grease pit cleaning, we are the expert you need.

We’re a locally owned and operated business, and we’ve been proudly serving the region since 1977.  In that time, there’s not much we haven’t seen, so however big the job is, our talented team can handle it!

When you call us to schedule your Woodbridge VA grease pit cleaning, here’s what you can expect:

The first thing we’ll do is pump the grease and sludge out of your trap.  Once it’s empty, we’ll thoroughly inspect both it, and the baffles to make sure there are no structural issues you need to be concerned about, and give it a top-to-bottom cleaning.  That done, we’ll test the system to be sure that all waste water and grease is flowing properly back into the system, then properly dispose of the trap contents that we pumped out.

As you can see then, we offer a comprehensive service designed to eliminate headaches and hassles for you!

As important as regular cleaning and maintenance is, that’s only part of the equation.  The other part is education.  If your employees don’t understand the do’s and don’ts of the grease trap’s operation, you’re going to wind up having to have your trap cleaned more frequently than you should, which is going to cost you money and lead to unnecessary headaches.

Here are a few things to make sure your employees know:

  • Don’t pour hot water into the trap. If you do, it’s going to dissolve the grease, which will allow it to escape into the septic tank or the municipal sewage system.
  • For the same reason, don’t connect a dishwasher to the trap
  • Don’t connect a sink to your trap, if that sink has a garbage disposal unit attached to it
  • Don’t pour chemicals or additives into the trap, including bleach or chemical drain cleaners. These will not only kill beneficial bacteria, but could pose an environmental hazard

If you handle the education of your employees, we’ll do the dirty job, and your business will be all systems go!

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