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Grease Trap Maintenance Cleaning Service London
Drain 365 offers a deep clean service for all grease traps. Our professional grease removal services will include the removal of all contents in the grease trap using a vacuum tanker. The grease trap would be deep cleaned and waste lines checked for blockages. All waste removed from grease traps would be disposed of at an environmental waste site, and a waste transfer note issued from site upon completion of works.
Grease traps are normally installed in restaurant kitchens between the waste pipes and sewer lines. This allows the grease trap to collect the (FOG) preventing waste materials entering the public sewer. Incorrect cleaning will allow fog and bacteria including other organic waste to accumulate and get too high for the trap to cope with; these materials will then be pushed through the grease traps. Once these materials have been pushed through the grease trap they will then quickly start to clog both the waste pipes and underground drainage systems.
Rates start from as little as:
£188.00 plus vat to deep clean grease trap up to 100 litres capacity, or 22 gallons.
£228.00 plus vat to deep clean grease trap up to 100-200 litres capacity, 44 gallons.
£288.00 plus vat deep clean grease trap up to 400 litres capacity, or 88 gallons.
Large grease traps would need to be quoted on request.
So don’t delay get those grease traps cleaned today!
Grease traps are an essential component for any business’ drainage, especially in any culinary space. It is important that you take advantage of the best grease trap cleaning services if you want to continue to enjoy the benefits of your grease trap. In many businesses, a working grease trap is now a legal requirement. Even if you aren’t convinced by the real benefits that a grease trap can deliver to your business, it is important that you make sure they are maintained and cleaned on a regular basis.
Here at Drain 365, our professional team can ensure that your grease traps are all cleaned to the highest standard. If they are left dirty, these traps can cause a range of health hazards and potential issues relating to your drainage system’s health. Although they are a legal requirement in many businesses, they are also a discretionary choice for homes in the UK. The Drain 365 team can conduct grease trap cleaning for both businesses and homes.
Why are Grease Traps So Important?
Here in the UK, we have major problems when it comes to the disposal of fats, oils and greases. These forms of waste, known as FOGs, can easily cause or contribute to major blockages in main sewer lines and on-site pipes and drains. This is particularly difficult to deal with in restaurants, hotels and cafes. These businesses generate much more waste than other properties. As such, they are likely to cause blockages and damage to existing pipes and drains.
Grease traps are designed to stop fats, oils and greases from entering the sewer lines and on-site drainage pipes. FOGs can stick to the interiors of drains and easily trap food waste and other debris. Over time, either weeks or months depending on the flow of waste, these blockages will grow to prevent water from flowing in the pipes. This can result in a total blockage and can even cause waste to back up and cause damage to the property itself.
The only effective way to prevent these issues from developing is to prevent FOG from entering the sewage system itself. That’s where grease traps, and essential cleaning comes in.
How Do Grease Traps Work?
Grease traps are, essentially, interceptors for the waste water. These plumbing fixtures capture waste water, including FOGs, as it passes through them. These interceptors are filled with water, which causes the FOGs to rise to the surface of the grease trap. Fats, oils and greases are lighter than water, so this always works. The water is then allowed to flow out of the interceptor into the drains, without carrying the FOGs with it.
In this case, FOGs remain in the grease trap. After a few weeks or months, grease trap cleaning services will be essential to prevent FOGs from entering the drains. Disposing of fats, oils and greases can prevent all kinds of potential issues from developing within the drainage system.
In most cases, grease traps will be located above ground. However, there are some industrial designs which are located underground. Here at Drain 365, we can deliver comprehensive cleaning services to help you deal with FOGs in your restaurant, hotel or café.
If your trap isn’t cleaned on a regular basis, the fats, oils and greases will start to pile up. This can allow them to escape into your drains, making the grease trap useless. In some cases, if left for months on end, FOGs can cause grease traps to become clogged, creating a blockage in your system which can be difficult to shift.
By getting a professional team to clear out your trap on a regular basis, you’ll be able to prevent dangerous waste from escaping into the drains. Here at Drain 365, our experienced team of grease trap cleaners and drain engineers can help to eliminate the risk of FOGs clogging up your drains.
Anyone who has had to deal with a FOGs blockage in the past knows just how difficult they can be to move. If you want to eliminate health hazards in your restaurant, hotel or café, or prevent drain blockages from causing damage to your property, then grease trap installation and regular cleaning is essential for you.
For Professional Grease Trap Cleaning, Get in Touch with Drain 365 Today
Here at Drain 365, our experienced team can deliver regular cleaning services for grease traps across London and Hertfordshire. Keeping these traps clean is essential to the health and success of your business. Whether you’re looking for commercial or domestic grease trap cleaning, get in touch with the team at Drain 365 today.
To prevent blockages, or for more information on grease traps, get in touch with our team today. You can reach us directly by calling us on 0800 699 0922. If you have any questions or concerns, send them to our team via our simple online contact form, and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.
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