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Three Tips On Getting The Most Of Your Grease Trap Maintenance

If you own a restaurant or other place where food is frequently served, you owe it to yourself to get the help of a grease trap cleaning professional, while also handling some grease trap maintenance steps on your own. Doing this will give you the opportunity to keep your restaurant safe and sound so that you do not have to deal with fire hazards and backups in your system which can be problematic. To learn more about how to care for your grease trap, read on to consider the benefits of getting your grease trap cleaned, some doable grease trap maintenance tips, and the cost of getting a professional cleaning.

The Advantages Of Getting Your Grease Trap Cleaned Professionally

 Getting your grease trap serviced will provide you a number of wonderful benefits. First and foremost, your kitchen and eating areas will be far more hygienic, meaning that your food will be of higher quality and less likely to create health violations. You will also be able to protect your plumbing infrastructure, since much of the matter in a kitchen consists of high-fat, grease and oil. When these materials are allowed to run amuck inside of your plumbing system, it can create serious backups which can be damaging to both your sewer and your drainpipes. Further, this is an eco-friendly practice which keeps the environment clean and allows you to remain a good steward of your surroundings.

Tips For Caring For Your Grease Trap

If you need some do-it-yourself tips for caring for your grease trap, start with keeping your employees informed of some practical tips. Keep food preparation areas as clean as possible and always wash your sinks. Make sure that they always do their due diligence in removing solid waste from pots, pans and plates prior to washing them out. As the owner, you should be sure that any grease trap that you have is the right size and that you are always keeping a thorough cleaning log so that you have accurate data to use.

The Cost Of Professional Grease Trap Cleaning 

To make sure that your grease trap is always at its best, you will need to involve the help of a professional grease trap cleaner. In most situations, these professionals will charge you by the gallon. This will cost you anywhere between $50 and $100 per gallon.

Follow these tips to the best of your abilities so that you are able to make the most out of your grease trap maintenance.

For grease trap cleaning, click on this link http://www.forrestsewerpump.com or do an online search. 

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Don't Let Your Basement Become Wasted Space

My wife and I recently had a new home built, and while we had few stressful decisions to make, we greatly enjoyed the process and love our new home. Due to budget concerns, we decided to leave our basement unfinished at first. We figured that since we have so much "stuff" that we need to store, like off-season clothing and seasonal decorations, we would just use it for storage. However, we soon regretted not having it finished and felt like we had "wasted space" in our new house that wasn't being put to good use. We turned it into a "mini apartment" with its own entrance that we now rent out to a friend for a little extra income. I love sharing what we learned during the home building process, so I am excited to share our experiences and tips on our new blog! Come back for more construction tips!

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