Grease traps are an essential part of a highly-productive commercial kitchen. If your grease traps are not well maintained, the unpleasant odors of rotten food particles may take over your cooking area, and possibly the eating area of your consumers. This could eventually lead to costly backups that shut down the kitchen. At Commercial Grease Trap Cleaning Corp., we can help ensure your kitchen stays clean, odor-free, and full functioning. Today, we are sharing three tips for preventative grease trap maintenance to help you make the most of your time and money.
1. Train Staff
Our first tip is to ensure staff members are trained to remove food waste before washing dishes. Disposing of food and oils properly in the kitchen will help prevent unnecessary and costly emergency calls. A well-trained staff can help ensure you are not faced with a surprise visit outside your routine maintenance.
2. Schedule Ahead of Time
Another tip is to schedule routine visits in advance. At Commercial Trap Cleaning Corp. we recommend service every three months at a minimum. When you schedule recurring appointments ahead of time, you won’t forget to have your drains cleaned. We know our customers have busy schedules and many other priorities. By scheduling your drain cleaning ahead of time, you will have one fewer item to complete on your to-do list.
3. Use Reputable Experts
Finally, we suggest choosing a company with industry expertise. With over 50 of experience in the industry, we pride ourselves on our knowledgeable staff. We stay current on laws and regulations because we want to help ensure your organization maintains compliance. We also ensure that all materials are handled in the most environmentally-friendly way possible.
Grease trap preventive maintenance can help keep your commercial kitchen running efficiently, saving you from costly emergency calls. Our experts at Commercial Grease Trap Corp. are ready to help with your grease trap and drain cleaning needs. We provide services to any location in Indiana, and we’re ready to get your preventative maintenance on our calendar today. Schedule an appointment or call us today at (317) 269-0000.