Grease Trap Best Practices
If you’ve worked in the food service or restaurant industry, you probably already know how important it is to maintain your grease trap regularly. Keeping your grease trap clean from buildup is part of municipal compliance and can directly affect your kitchen if things go wrong. Here’s what to do if you’re having trouble with your grease trap.
Get Your Grease Trap Inspected
If you’re starting to see grease trap issues, you want to get it checked sooner rather than later. Maybe it doesn’t need to be repaired, but it just needs to be cleaned. It’s better to know than let to problem continue. If your grease trap is broken, every day you can’t be open because of your grease trap is another day you’re losing money.
Schedule Regular Inspections
When a grease trap is working, it’s an out of sight out of mind experience. However, left unattended for long periods of time is when grease trap issues can arise. That’s why we recommend having regularly scheduled inspections that will ensure the proper maintenance of your grease trap.
Be Ready for Repair
Grease traps eventually fail and need to be repaired. It’s part of the process eventually, and something will need to be done. The common grease trap has a life expectancy of five to 10 years depending on usage. If that time is coming, you’ll start to notice it. The good news is you don’t have to let this reality stop your business.
Get your Grease Trap Repaired
If you need grease trap repair in Beavercreek, give us a call today. If you own your restaurant or are in the food service industry, let us help. We will make sure you get the right price and are well taken care of every step of the way. We’ve been in business since 1948 and cared about each customer individually. Let us take care of you!