Los Angeles Grease Trap Plumbing and Replacement
Commercial Grease Trap Plumbing and Replacement
If you run a business with a commercial kitchen, a grease trap is a necessary part of the plumbing system. Without regular maintenance and cleaning, however, your kitchen’s grease trap can stop working properly or become damaged. When this happens, you may need professional help to correct the issue.
Without a Functioning Grease Trap, Your Pipes Are at Risk
Even if your kitchen deals primarily with low-fat ingredients, your sinks will undoubtedly be exposed to cooking oils, animal fats, and other greasy substances on a regular basis. The purpose of your grease trap, as you might imagine, is to capture these fats and keep them from building up inside your pipes. When the grease trap is in disrepair and unable to do its job, your pipes are at risk of developing fatty clogs that can only be removed with professional cleaning.
Rooter Solutions Provides Expert Grease Trap Plumbing in Los Angeles
If you have a business in the Los Angeles area that needs commercial grease trap replacement, repairs, or installation, we can help! At Rooter Solutions, we offer a wide range of plumbing services for both residential and commercial properties. From basic drain cleaning and leak repairs to grease trap maintenance and new fixture installations, our highly qualified and trained technicians can give you the results you want with no surprise costs.
If your commercial kitchen’s grease trap has become clogged or you suspect that grease buildup has begun to narrow your pipes, we can diagnose the issue and determine whether it can be fixed with cleaning or if parts need to be replaced.
To learn more about our general plumbing services or request a free estimate for grease trap replacement in Los Angeles, call us today at (310) 620-1730.
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