We can help you avoid and resolve a variety of grease trap problems.
There are four common grease trap problems that you could experience at your Brandon, Florida business: crossover clog, incoming line clog, outgoing line clog, and a full grease trap. At Brandon Septic, we have more than 30 years of experience in the waste disposal industry, so we can quickly and accurately diagnose grease trap problems and recommend the appropriate resolution.
One of the recommendations we offer to avoid grease trap problems is to get on a regular schedule of grease trap pumping so that FOG (fats, oils, and grease) doesn’t have the opportunity to spill into the secondary compartment and lead to clogs in the crossover, incoming, or outgoing lines. It is an easy matter to check how full your grease trap is, and we’ll be happy to show you and your staff if you aren’t sure how to do so.
Every business is different in terms of how often grease trap problems can occur, as there are many factors involved, so it is challenging to quote you a timetable for pumping that will be perfect. That’s why it is important to have a schedule for checking the grease traps. Even with a set schedule for cleaning, you may need an interim visit if something out of the ordinary has occurred.
If you have any questions about grease traps or you are having grease trap problems, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. If you aren’t sure whether you should be using grease traps, let us know and we’ll go over the benefits and other information that will prove helpful in your decision.